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June 06 2018

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April 25 2018

Dust, stars, and cosmic rays swirling around Comet 67P, captured by the Rosetta probe.
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Ben Aronson (American, b. 1958), Manhattan, 2am, 2014. Pastel on board, 30 x 30 in.

June 23 2017

Mysterious Wooden Characters Adorned with Leaves and Nails by Jaime Molina

Heads facing downward, eyes closed, the figures inhabiting the world of painter and sculptor Jaime Molina (previously) seem to be in a state of deep contemplation or sorrow. Or maybe they’re just hungover and taking a nap. The mystery is part of Molina’s intention as he assembles these strange characters from found wood to inhabit his fictional world called “Cutty Town” — he refers to the objects themselves as “Cuttys”. At once strangely familiar and approachable, the pieces sprout hairdos of bent nails, cacti, and leaves that add more questions left only to the viewer to answer.

The Colorado-based based artist most recently exhibited several works with Stefanie Chefas Projects in Portland and Galería UNION in Buenos Aires, and he has a few works available through Thinkspace Gallery. (via Juxtapoz, Creators Project)

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An Idea To Prevent A Nuclear War

“My suggestion was quite simple: Put that needed code number in a little capsule, and then implant that capsule right next to the heart of a volunteer. The volunteer would carry with him a big, heavy butcher knife as he accompanied the President. If ever the President wanted to fire nuclear weapons, the only way he could do so would be for him first, with his own hands, to kill one human being. The President says, “George, I’m sorry but tens of millions must die.” He has to look at someone and realize what death is—what an innocent death is. Blood on the White House carpet. It’s reality brought home.”
- Richard Fisher, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists (1981)

Never forget that part of the reason this system was never implemented was that when he presented it to his colleagues, their response was IIRC “George, that’s terrible! If he has to take an innocent life, he may never press the button.”

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May 17 2017


17 DIY Ramen Recipes


1. Winter Chicken Ramen

Winter chicken ramenPhoto: Blue Apron  PIN IT

This seasonal recipe is broken down into 6 simple steps, with everything cooking in the broth for maximum flavor. Add in a healthy dose of cabbage, spring onions, and hard-boiled egg, and you've got yourself a protein-packed, feel-good weeknight meal. 

2. Mason Jar “Instant” Ramen Zoodles

Mason jar "instant" ramen zoodlesPhoto: Strictly Delicious  PIN IT

Taking a cue from the OG Cup Noodles, these elevate the form to whole new heights. And with fan favorites zoodles, coconut oil, and all of the vegetables, these guys are a make-ahead meal you'll feel better after. 

3. A Farmer's Ramen

Farmer's ramenPhoto: Farmette  PIN IT

We're definitely not farmers, yet our love for this farmer's ramen is no less. Loaded up with bitter greens (hello bok choy, hello kale), carrots, ginger, and leeks, this is the perfect dinner to balance out those office days when we're lucky to see a nutrient. There's a recipe for noodles from scratch, and if you're feeling ambitious, obviously go for it—but no pressure, store-bought is also acceptable. 

4. Chicken Yakisoba

Chicken yakisobaPhoto: Condos Palillos  PIN IT

Ketchup isn't just for fries. Here the condiment plays surprisingly well with Worcestershire, soy sauce, and sriracha for a sweet, spicy, umami sauce. No shortage of flavor here. 

5. Thai Peanut Chicken and Ramen Noodle Soup

Thai chicken ramenPhoto: The Disaster Chef  PIN IT

You no longer have to make the difficult choice between ordering Japanese or Thai food, thanks to this amazing Asian fusion dish. Made with plenty of veggies (like sweet potato, cremini mushrooms, and red peppers) and doused with just the right amount of peanut butter, your taste buds won’t know what hit 'em—but they will know that they like it, a lot.

6. Smoky Grilled Chicken With Zucchini Ramen Noodles

Smoky chicken ramenPhoto: Three Beans on a String  PIN IT

We’re in love, we’re in love, and we don’t care who knows it! (With zoodles, that is.) A delicious gluten-free and low-carb alternative to regular ramen noodles, zucchini helps totally load this recipe with veggies. This one’s super easy to make vegetarian too: Simply sub tofu for chicken and use veggie stock in place of the chicken. 

7. Miso Ramen With Shiitake and Chicken

Miso chicken ramenPhoto: Fork Knife Swoon  PIN IT

The optional jalapeño slices give this one an unexpected twist, but don’t worry, it also has key staples like bok choy, scallions, shiitake mushrooms, and plenty of miso paste. Tip: Experiment with meats like pork and beef or vegetarian proteins like tofu to keep things interesting.


8. Vegetarian Miso Ramen With Roasted Sweet Potatoes 

Veggie ramen with ramen sweet potatosPhoto: Chow Hound  PIN IT

Another dish that brings out the best of both (noodle) worlds, this recipe is gluten-free and chock-full of healthy ingredients like shiitake mushrooms, and sweet potato. Bonus: Miso makes an awesome hangover cure, so drink away on those painful days.

9. Healthy Homemade Kimchi Ramen

Healthy homemade kimichi ramenPhoto: Divine Healthy Food  PIN IT

Kimchi tastes great on its own, but tastes even better mixed in a bowl of piping hot noodles. Made with DIY kimchi (we love this recipe) or a store-bought variety, this meal is as easy to pull together as blending a smoothie. The toughest part is finding the ingredients, but most Asian speciality stores should have them—and we promise you’ll find plenty of reasons to use them again.

10. 20-Minute Spicy Sriracha Ramen Noodle Soup

20 min. spicy ramenPhoto: Baker by Nature  PIN IT

This recipe can be ready in half the time it takes to decide on dinner, order delivery, and wait for its arrival—ideal for those hangry nights when spending your life savings on delivery feels worthwhile. To bulk up the veggies contents, add ingredients like mushrooms, broccoli, and kale.

11. Easy Vegan Ramen

Simple vegan ramenPhoto: Minimalist Baker  PIN IT

Basic isn't always bad, and this ramen is proof positive. Spinach, carrots, and mushrooms play nice (how could they ever not) in this quickie recipe, while freshly grated ginger and garlic get your sinuses flowing. Just what we look for in a soup, really. 

12. Gluten-Free Instant Noodle Cups

Gluten free ramen cupPhoto: Gluten Free on a Shoe String  PIN IT

Even though instant noodles are often overloaded with sodium and lacking in nutrients, there’s something comforting about having a hot meal ready in less than five minutes. This recipe solves the insta-cup woes with DIY seasoning and plenty of healthy additions (baby spinach, carrots, and chicken or tofu). And best of all: You can pre-make these bad boys and store them in heat-safe jars. Is it just us, or did lunch just get way better?

13. Mexican Chickpea Noodle Soup

Mexican chickpea noodle soupPhoto: Feasting at Home  PIN IT

How's this for a twist on chicken noodle soup? Sub chickpeas for the chicken, and ramen for the linguini, and you have a perfect vegetarian-ramen for cold winter nights. We love how the Mexican flavors (Mexican oregano, cilantro, green chilies, lime, and avocado) give this recipe a fun kick. 

14. Beef and Pork 

14. Homemade Ramen With Bacon and Soft-Boiled Eggs

Homemade ramen with bacon and soft-boiled eggsPhoto: Yes to Yolks  PIN IT

Bacon and eggs shouldn’t be limited to breakfast—though you can definitely replace your go-to morning meal with this recipe! Here, the crispy breakfast favorite tops a hot bowl of miso broth and ramen noodles, which is accompanied by a soft-boiled egg to create the ultimate combo of carbs, protein, and warmth. Tip: For the perfect soft-boiled egg, check out our handy egg hacks.

15. Slow Cooker Pork Ramen

Slow cooker pork ramenPhoto: Chow Hound  PIN IT

If your mouth wasn't watering by this far down on the list: Ready, set, go. This recipe includes easy-to-follow directions (only 30 minutes in the cooker) and it's packed with succulent braised pork, so it's both simple and delicious. 

16. Crock-Pot Beef Curry With Ramen Noodles

Crockpot beef curry with ramen noodlesPhoto: The Wanderlust Kitchen  PIN IT

With a prep time of 10 minutes and a pretty short ingredient list, this dish looks way more complicated than it is. Just throw this one the Crock-Pot in the morning, Instagram like you slaved over it, and watch the likes come in.

17. Beef Ramen Noodle Soup

Beef ramen noodle soupPhoto: Ali a la mode  PIN IT

This one is packed with veggies (carrots, celery, green onions) and sliced steak. But if you think of it like turning on the stove and waiting, things get less intimidating. Hidden bonus: There's also some Sriracha tucked inside this brothy goodness.

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March 17 2017

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There’s three main groups: the flexors and extensors each take one half of the forearm, and the ridge muscles sit on top like a little tiara. Each group has it’s own unique form. Learning their anatomy will help you design awesomely dynamic arms.

Let’s try to make forearms manageable to draw. This is a body part most artists don’t quite understand. It can be real intimidating if you don’t know the muscles.


The arm has a simple chain design and the forms interlock down the arm.


To avoid the snowman effect, use straight, angular lines and look for asymmetries. Compare the apex of both sides of the forearm to understand the curvature better. Notice that the flexors reach lower on the wrist than the extensors and ridge muscles.


Look for this kind of thing when you’re drawing the gesture of the muscle groups. A wave rhythm where the curve on one side leads into the next curve on the other side.


I’ll explain more in-depth in the video - www.proko.com/179

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