Argentinian graphic designer Eduardo A. Cánovas, Estudio Cánovas for prescription drug Tonibral, late 1970s, via Dispokino.
Kiyoshi Awazu, 6th Contemporary Japanese Sculpture Exhibition, 1975. >Bibliodyssey
William Henry Smyth, Milky Way, A Cycle of Celestial Objects, 1844.
Gotthard Graubner, Farbraum, Watercolor on crepe paper, 1970. Germany
Isaac Newton, Opticks, or, A Treatise of the Reflections, Refractions, Inflections and Colours of Light. 1718. London.
Joseph Mallord William Turner, Lecture Diagram 63: Various Forms with Shadows, 1810. Prepared by Turner for his lectures as Professor of Perspective at the Royal Academy. Via Tate
Bakterien, Meyers Konversationslexikon, 1905.
Gall Snuffbox, 1800. French. German physician Franz Joseph Gall (1758-1828) was the founder of phrenology (or organology) which aimed to reveal the character of a person from the form of the skull. Museum of the History of Science, Oxford. Exhibit Revealing the brain.
Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz, Mathematik und Kombinatorik. Via wiki
Important Mindmap: Charles Darwin’s 1837 sketch, his first diagram of an evolutionary tree from his First Notebook on Transmutation of Species (1837) on view at the Museum of Natural History in Manhattan. More to read here
Unter der Notiz „I think“ skizzierte Darwin 1837 in seinem Notizbuch erstmals seine Idee vom Stammbaum des Lebens. wiki
Paul Klee, Bildnerische Form- und Gestaltungslehre, II. 19 Progressions, BGII 19/55. Zentrum Paul Klee. The whole study work of Klee online here. Paul Klee, Heroic Roses, 1938. Source
Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz, Autograph of his binary numeral system, 1697. Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Library, Via Wikipedia