Quarks to Quasars

Is this a New Planet?

The answer to the title is NO. These images are from a project entitled “Devour” by Christopher Jonassen, which displays pictures of the bottom of worn-out frying pans. 

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Posted on Thursday, 17 May
Tagged as: Christopher Jonassen   art   lol   photography   science   1k  
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