The Best of Discovery-it #593
Hi there, welcome back to The Best of Discovery-it! All the best posts voted by the Discovery-it curator team will have their own dedicated space within the Hive blockchain. This digest intends to bring to light all those authors who often remain unnoticed and therefore reward all those who create quality posts, leading them to establish themselves on the platform. But that's not all!
After a careful selection, our curators will also choose the most deserving articles among all those voted to create a ranking of the Top posts of the day.
So who are today's winners?
In this post you can find an amazing digital artwork by hiddenblade. “I love this personally as it's quite different from my usual works. I mean, most of my subjects are always "indoors" and this gives me a creepy kinda surreal vibes. I also love the obvious connection that is seen between the two figures. Like, literally how their hands meet. I'm proud of this work and I personally think it's one of my best works!” the artist told us. In the post you can also see the steps of the process with a small video in timelapse. Simply beautiful!
This beautiful Italian post by piumadoro is about a very interesting story. The contest theme was "Body of Evidence" and the setting was "Courtroom". The writer is always able to amaze us with a fantasy and an extraordinary writing ability, don’t miss this beautiful story!
Today creativemary shares with us some artwork made thanks to the pyrography technique. The goal was making her own handmade earrings and bracelets. “I love doing handmade stuff and combining my artistic skills of painting was a perfect fit. I plan to sell most of them but I must tell you that the process is super fun, I love the smell of burned wood” the artist told us. We can say that the final results are just amazing.
“Inuit Knowledge and Climate Change” is a film by Nunavut director Zacharias Kunuk and scientist and environmentalist Ian Mauro and it was screened at the 2015 Copenhagen Climate Change Conference. In this film, the Inuit leaders, inhabitants of the Arctic, in constant contact and contemplation of nature for their own sustenance and survival, recount the changes they have observed in recent decades in climatic conditions and in habits of animals. They also say that the sun never sets in the same place again, and this latter claim, which implies that the Earth’s axis has moved, has caused complaints from many scientists. This interesting aspect was the starting point for today’s post by maruskina, don’t miss it!
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