#2 “حيث لابد من وجود المحرم في حياتنا من الألف إلى الياء”
As part of Reveil I started accumulating letters and doodles of personal experiences, hopes and concerns from Arab women in my circle and then turning them into posters. To broaden the spectrum I’m opening this to any Saudi + Arab woman who has gone through an experience that she’d like to share.
It’s completely anonymous, if you feel comfortable send to firstname.lastname@example.org, or submit @ re-veil.tumblr.com/submit
New World Transparent Specimens by Lori Tomita. To produce the specimens… Tomita first removes the scales and skin of fish that have been preserved in formaldehyde. Next he soaks the creatures in a stain that dyes the cartilage blue. Tomita uses a digestive enzyme called trypsin, along with a host of other chemicals, to break down the proteins and muscles, halting the process just at the moment they become transparent but before they lose their form. The bones are then stained with red dye, and the brilliant beast is preserved in a jar of glycerin.