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Artist Jim Dingilian has an unconventional way of creating art. Instead of crafting images with paint or graphite, he uses smoke as his medium. His drawings are created with candle smoke inside empty glass bottles and are reminiscent of some forgotten 19th-century imaging technique. The artist begins by coating the bottles’ inner surfaces with smoke, and then uses brushes and small implements mounted on the ends of dowels to reach inside and slowly, selectively erase certain areas. The smoke, which remains on the glass, forms the images.

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Charles Beaman is the neuroscience researcher (at UT Health in Houston, TX) behind the video: “A Journey Through The Visual System.”

The animation consists of a collection of water-colour paintings and was created to promote brain awareness for the general public. Charles has always believed it’s important to help people understand the complexities of the human nervous system.

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