This cake of Jupiter is not only beautiful, but also a scientifically accurate in it’s representation of the planet’s ice and rock core.
Richard Feynman on good, evil, and the Zen of science.
That is certainly true, but it never hurts to try and catch up.
"The whole universe is in a glass of wine…" and now that universe is in a book!
Richard Feynman’s love letter to wine, a microcosm of life and the universe in bottled fermentation, has long been one of my favorite things ever written about anything, ever. If you’re new to Feynman’s ode to oenology, see it in comic form over at Zen Pencils.
Now this work of fine art physics has been transformed into a stunning book of typography and illustration by artist/designer Maggie Chok. She was kind enough to send me a copy of her creative remix, and I couldn’t resist sharing it with you guys.
I love the combination of minimalist text, geometric illustration and whimsical freehand. I think Feynman himself would approve.
This book is available to buy in an extremely limited print run (it really is a beauty to hold in your hands), but it can also be viewed online, in full, here. I captured a few excerpts above to whet your whistle.