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This Stunning Geometric TetraBox Lamp Was Made Out of Juice Boxes

Friday 12.26.2014 , Posted by
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Remember what an awesome day it was when you had a Hi-C juice box in your lunch box? Now think how many of these little boxes have ended up in land fills. In Malaysia, juice boxes are known as packet drinks and they are quite popular. Architect Ed Chew has found an awesome way to repurpose these little boxes, turning them into unique, geometric light fixtures. With just a pair of scissors and a lot of patience, he created this amazing TetraBox Lamp. [Read more…]

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Mosaic Faces Accompany A Spread For Psychology Today

Wednesday 12.24.2014 , Posted by
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For a magazine spread about love, fear, and change, Antonio Rodrigues Jr. re-edited some of his early illustration work. The unique portraits have mosaic features in swirls of nature. Birds, butterflies, and flowers swarm the portraits and text in a special style. The article asks three questions. Who do we love? Why do we change? What do we fear? [Read more…]

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Delicate, Lace-Like Table Cloth Made With Thousands of Seeds

Monday 12.22.2014 , Posted by
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When looking at this intricate piece by Kansas-based artist Rena Detrixhe from afar you would think it’s a lovely example of vintage embroidery. But upon taking a closer look, you can see that the lacy design is not made from thread, but rather thousands of seeds. For this piece, which she calls Heirloom, Detrixhe gathered the seeds in Lawrence, Kansas, then spent countless hours meticulously stitching them into stunning patterns. [Read more…]

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A Ghost Ship Spotted Along A Canal in Amsterdam

Sunday 12.21.2014 , Posted by
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We’ve seen plenty of ghost ships in movies, but this one doesn’t require animation. This vessel appears at night along a canal in Amsterdam and you won’t believe your eyes. Using stage lights and water curtains, the ship appears in the water and the wind only adds to its eerie qualities. Created by visualSKIN for the Amsterdam Light Festival, the apparition shows up in front of Amsterdam Center for Architecture and The National Maritime Museum. [Read more…]

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Shadow of Knives: Awesome Silhouette Art Cut Out of Butcher Knives

Saturday 12.20.2014 , Posted by
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In this sharp series by Chinese artist Li Hongbo, butcher knives are transformed into works of art. Created with an intention of spreading the message that “human beings will eventually destroy themselves because of their gluttony and their abuse of animals”, Hongbo created silhouette shapes as metal sculptures in the blades. The butcher knives were on display in his solo exhibition. [Read more…]

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Using Stuff From Around The Office, These Hilarious Colleagues Replicated Famous Art Works

Thursday 12.18.2014 , Posted by
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While most of us just use gchat or scroll our social feeds while we’re bored at work, these employees had a much more creative idea. At their Squarespace office in NYC, they decided to use objects around the workplace, their imaginations, and themselves to remake famous art pieces. Started by co-workers Francesco Fragomini and Chris Limbrick, they called the project Fools Do Art and have been continually adding to it on their breaks. Now their colleagues have joined in on the fun as they re-enact their own favorite art pieces as well as suggested submissions from all over the Earth. [Read more…]

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Every World Traveler Needs This Amazing Device

Wednesday 12.17.2014 , Posted by
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If you love to travel to foreign countries and charge your devices while you’re there, then you’ve probably accumulated quite a collection of international outlet adapters. Well with this amazing invention by Skross you can give those all away. This little Pro Plus USB World Adapter can transform to fit the outlets in over 150 countries on all of the continents. With a slider system that includes 6 different country plugs, you can bring this device anywhere you travel. [Read more…]

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Genius Guy Wears A Mistletoe Contraption at A Christmas Market in Chicago

Sunday 12.14.2014 , Posted by
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Everyone feels more giving at Christmas time and YouTuber Blake Grigsby took this well known fact to his advantage. He created a mistletoe dangling contraption and wore it around the Christkindlmarket in Chicago to collect kisses from strangers. This free outdoor market is a Chicago Christmas staple and attracts many locals and tourists every year. It was the perfect setting for this playful experiment and Grigsby’s video is sure to make you smile. [Read more…]

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Don’t Trim Your Beard With Scissors. Trim It With Holiday Cheer!

Sunday 12.14.2014 , Posted by
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Winter is here and that means it’s beard season! While you decorate your home for the holidays, why not decorate your beard too? Beard Baubles are tiny beard ornaments that make your face festive. All of the proceeds will be donated to Beard Season, an organization that promotes growing beards to spread the word about melanoma. [Read more…]

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WikiGalaxy Allows You to Explore Wikipedia Like An Astronaut Navigating Space

Friday 12.12.2014 , Posted by
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Studying computer science in Paris, engineer Owen Cornec is not waiting for the completion of his master’s degree to begin creating the projects he dreams about. In his free time, outside of his curriculum, he has produced several unique interactive data visualizations. In WikiGalaxy, he invites you to explore Wikipedia as a “galaxy of articles and links”, where you can fly through the uncharted territory and land on Wikipedia searches you might have never thought of. It turns research and learning into a game and a data visualization. It’s easy and fun to get lost in the endless possibilities of WikiGalaxy. [Read more…]

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