Image of the Day
The images that appear in the "Image of the Day" are selected for the freshness of their views on Brain Mapping, their esthetic appeal, their quirkiness, or someimes just to prod you into thinking about the field and its context. Their appearance here is not an endorsement of their subject matter.
And this is your brain on drugs
The fractals here were created by Sven Geier, who is currently employed by the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL); a division of the California Institute of Technology and a center of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).
He lives in Pasadena, CA, with his wife, his little son and two cats.
In his copious spare time he produces amongst other things web-pages like this one and artwork like what you see here.
"I created these because it pleases me to create them. Go ahead and download them, save them, give them to your friends, print them and hang them on a wall, whatever you want. "Property" is simply not a productive paradigm for art."
If you like these images and you do something special with them, I'd be glad if you could drop me an e-mail, though, as I like getting feedback. And of course you're allowed to donate, if you'd like.
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