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San Francisco Earthquake by WEARBEARD.

April 18th, 2013 · No Comments · #Scienceillustrated, Editorial Illustration, Fecyt, Ilustración Editorial, Sinc

On a day like today, 107 years ago. Un día como hoy, hace 107 años.

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#Scienceillustrated by WEARBEARD.

April 12th, 2013 · 1 Comment · #Scienceillustrated, Editorial Illustration, Fecyt, Ilustración Editorial, Sinc

Fecyt / Sinc Series – Season Two starts today! The project has just been prolongued for the rest of 2013, and I’ve redesigned the whole aesthetic to celebrate that. Also, what used to be known as Sciencecanbefun has now become #Scienceillustrated. Hoy empieza la segunda temporada de las Fecyt / Sinc Series! El proyecto acaba [...]

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Some more science: Gustave Eiffel and friends.

January 8th, 2013 · No Comments · Editorial Illustration, Fecyt, Ilustración Editorial, Sinc

Another update to my Fecyt / Sinc scientific illustration project, that keeps growing and growing. Otra actualización de mi proyecto de ilustración científica para Fecyt / Sinc, que no para de crecer. December 16, 1832. Gustave Eiffel is born in Dijon, France. 16 de diciembre de 1832. Nace Gustave Eiffel en Dijon, Francia. October 19, [...]

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Sputnik 1 by WEARBEARD.

October 29th, 2012 · 1 Comment · Editorial Illustration, Fecyt, Ilustración Editorial, Sinc

October 4, 1957. The USSR puts in orbit Sputnik 1, the first man-made satellite. 4 de octubre de 1957. La URSS pone en órbita el Sputnik 1, el primer satélite artificial de la historia.

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The emoticon by WEARBEARD.

October 24th, 2012 · No Comments · Editorial Illustration, Fecyt, Ilustración Editorial, Sinc

September 19, 1982. Scott Fahlman, a Carnegie Mellon University professor, types the first internet emoticon in a department bulletin board suggesting its use “for joke makers”. Offline emoticons date as back as to 1881, dang! 19 de septiembre de 1982. Scott Fahlman, un profesor de la Carnegie Mellon University de Pittsburgh, escribe el primer emoticono [...]

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Space is the place.

September 6th, 2012 · 2 Comments · Editorial Illustration, Fecyt, Ilustración Editorial, Sinc

September 5, 1977. Space probe Voyager 1 is launched to space. 35 years later, it has become the farthest manmade object from Earth. Actually, it’s believed that it will soon leave our Solar System to become the first manmade object to enter insterstellar space. Holy crap. 5 de septiembre de 1977. La sonda espacial Voyager [...]

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Bell by WEARBEARD.

August 14th, 2012 · No Comments · Editorial Illustration, Fecyt, Ilustración Editorial, Sinc

August 4 1922, 6:30 pm. That was the moment when Alexander Graham Bell‘s funeral started, a couple days after his death. As a tribute, for the following minute all telephone service in both United States and Canada was suspended. The curly wire was cut off; temporarily for the phone, for good for his legally recognized [...]

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The electric guitar by WEARBEARD.

July 16th, 2012 · No Comments · Editorial Illustration, Fecyt, Ilustración Editorial, Music, Sinc

July 13 1937. Gibson is awarded the first patent for an electric guitar, the Gibson E-150. Five years and four and a half months later, Jimi Hendrix decided it was time to be born. 13 de julio de 1937. Gibson patenta la primera guitarra eléctrica, la Gibson E-150. Cinco años y cuatro meses y medio [...]

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Science can be fun, part four.

July 2nd, 2012 · 1 Comment · Editorial Illustration, Fecyt, Ilustración Editorial, Sinc

July 1 1932. British scientist James Chadwick physically proves the existence of the neutron, which was theorized twelve years before by New Zealand’s Ernest Rutherford. 1 de julio de 1932. El científico británico James Chadwick demuestra físicamente la existencia del neutrón, que había sido teorizado doce años antes por el neozelandés Ernest Rutherford. June 5 [...]

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Science can be fun, part three.

June 29th, 2012 · 1 Comment · Editorial Illustration, Fecyt, Ilustración Editorial, Sinc

May 15 1953. 23 year old Stanley Miller cooks what would be called the primordial soup, basically a lab experiment that proves that life can come out of a compound made with inorganic elements and the intervention of the key factor, heat. 15 de mayo de 1953. Con sólo 23 años, Stanley Miller cocina lo [...]

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