Flowers Made From Code And Other Amazing Images From This Week

Pretty Stars

Researchers from the European Southern Observatory caught this photo of NGC 3572 and, my god, it's full of stars.ESO

Dinosaur Invasion

Refe Tuma and his wife have been running an "imagination invasion," moving toy dinosaurs around at night and putting them in hilarious situations. The best way to get your kids excited, and also to scare the crap out of an unwitting roommate.Refe Tuma

Code Flowers

Artist Daniel Brown uses algorithms to create randomly generated--but still very nice-looking--flowers like these.Daniel Brown via Gizmodo

DIY Wright Brothers

Smithsonian has 3-D scanned some of its most famous stuff--including the Wright brothers' plane--and is opening it all up for anyone to 3-D print. Or, if you want, you can just go play with the computer models.Smithsonian

Hoodie Chair

Is your chair trying to smother you? Look at the back of your chair. Is there a hoodie there? If no, then good, relax. If yes, it may already be too late.Bernotat & Co via Co.Design

Retro Flying Cars

Feels like we've been dreaming of flying cars only a little longer than we've actually had cars. Artist Renaud Marion makes retro-futuristic takes on the concept.Renaud Marion designboom

Google Image Collages

Image Quilts is a free Chrome extension that lets you turn your Google Image results into collages. Here is "the future."Image Quilts via The Verge

A Giant Horse Sculpture

Artist Andy Scott made two giant steel horse heads because he really likes The Godfather, probably art.Trixta Photography via The Awesomer

The Best Saturn Photo

NASA's Cassini spacecraft is quickly becoming the most amazing astro-photographer around, just for pictures of Saturn like this.NASA

Gun Guts

Photographer Nagao McCarthy dissects and photographs World War II guns. Here's a British Webley revolver. Check out more here.Nagao McCarthy via vocativ