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The Art of the Elements

This is something that we have not seen before though once you see it you wonder why not! Specialist and designer Randi Boice (under her flickr name tankgirlrs) has given a new creative take on lifestyle to the Regular Desk of Components by visualizing the first ten with regards to art and digital cameras.  So, take a look and see what you create of them. Simply select each image if you would like to study more about the artist’s idea. Plus, there are plenty more illustrations of her very exciting and different perform on her flickr Photostream.










So there you have them - the first ten elements on the periodic table in all their glory. Hydrogen, helium, lithium, beryllium, boron, carbon, nitrogen, oxygen, florine and neon have never looked better.

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