All imagery © Skyler Curden. Click images for a closer view.
I went through one of my shut the door and move around in complete silence (with the exception of the objects I was touching) art binge one morning over the weekend:
Which was perfect considering definition #2. So I wanted to somehow connect it with definition #1. First thing I did was google the different atmospheres in our solar system. And from there this is what I came up with. (I will say that this may be the first time Skyler and I were in the same headspace, at least art-wise, because I saw her post a pic of her black paint and white canvases, and I sent her a pic on me doing the same thing, just across the river.)
Mercury has a very tenuous and highly variable atmosphere. Solar light pushes the atmospheric gases away from the Sun, creating a comet-like tail behind the planet.
The atmosphere of Neptune is similar to all the large planets in the Solar System; it mostly consists of hydrogen and helium, with trace amounts of methane, water, ammonia and other ices. But unlike the other gas planets in the Solar System, Neptune’s atmosphere has a larger proportion of the ices.
All imagery © Kristin Aytona. Copy courtesy our BFF Wiki.
Next up: #MakeItGraphic | Series 7 – [[[trapped]]] Again, picked by Skyler.