This Miniature Food Will Make Your Mouth Water, Even Though It Could Never Satisfy Your Appetite

Cooking channels are a dime a dozen, but not many people could reproduce the magnificent feat of cooking real food, small enough for a Barbie doll to eat. Though it’s doubtful Barbie would even eat if she could, Miniature Space will have your mouth watering while your jaw is dropped, so you might want to have a napkin ready to catch the puddle of drool. With miniature kitchen appliances, pots, knives, utensils, and food, Miniature Space uses tea lights in their iron stove to heat up tiny cast iron pans or kettles.

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Fancy Pancake Printer Makes The Future Look Tasty

I’ve never met a pancake I didn’t like. Ever since Mickey Mouse ear pancakes at Disney Land, pancake shapes have thoroughly impressed me. But I’ve never been able to pull off the pancake designs that Pancake artists like Nathan Shields can. In fact I’m lucky when my pancakes are even perfectly round. That’s why this new invention by Norway-based food enthusiast Miguel Valenzuela gets my heart pumping. This man created a pancake printer for his daughters and although it’s not for sale yet, the future is looking tastier already.

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The Atlas of Beauty: Photographer Seeks Out Gorgeous Girls All Over the World

Could you be the most beautiful girl in the world? Prince wondered it and many of us joined him in his pondering, but Romanian photographer Mihaela Noroc is proving that holding the title “most beautiful girl in the world” is an impossible feat. There is so much beauty everywhere- in every country across the globe and trying to compare would be a shame. Noroc has been focused on finding this beauty and has backpacked the globe with her camera to document her findings in The Atlas of Beauty.

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Vanity Fair Instagrams Their Sexy, Sophisticated A-Lister Academy Awards Photo Shoot

The red carpet isn’t the only place A-List celebrities posed for photographs yesterday at the 87th Academy Awards. World-class photographer Mark Seliger invited them to commemorate the night in Vanity Fair’s classy portrait studio. With vintage furniture, checkered floors, and dim lighting, the famous faces in their designer duds bring light to the images, for a star-studded sophisticated series.

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The Majestic Beauty of Tent Camping Around Europe

Polish mountain photographer Karol Nienartowicz has spent the last 6 years traveling throughout Europe. Rather than just capture the beautiful scenery of the majestic, remote mountains she gave us a peek into what it was like camping there. Every picture is like a Where’s Waldo hunt to discover her tent. Braving the snow and the cold, the views up there show why it’s worth every minute.

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Man Hits The Thrift Store Jackpot When He Purchased A Rare Watch For $5.99

Macklemore isn’t the only one who enjoys poppin’ tags at the thrift shop. It was a lucky day when vintage watch fan Zach Norris walked into a Phoenix Goodwill store. He dug through the basket of dead battery Fossil watches and saw a label on a dial watch that caught his eye. It was a Jaeger LeCoultre watch marked at just $5.99. He knew it would be worth a lot more than that but how much more came as a surprise. The watch was a rare diving watch from 1959 of which less than 1,000 were made. Norris sold it on Hodinkee.com to a San Francisco watch collector for $35,000 plus an Omega Speedmaster (valued at $4,000).

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Buddha Statue Discovered To Contain The Mummified Remains of A Monk From 1100AD

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You can’t judge a book by it’s cover and apparently the saying goes for statues too. For centuries it was thought that this Buddha statue is just that, but a recent CT scan reveals that it is actually the vessel for the mummified remains of Chinese Buddhist master Liuquan. He lived over 900 years ago, around the year 1100 AD and his body has been preserved in this statue.

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Laser Cut Sculptures In Motion Show The Endless Fun That Playing With Them Brings

Stanford professor John Edmark has turned his brilliant mathematical sculptures into stop motion films to show their playful movements. A lecturer in the design program of the Department of Art & Art History, Edmark’s laser-cut sculptures are as fascinating to play with as they are to look at. Intricate details bring these thoughtful illusions to life and the videos below will make you wish you had one of your own to tinker with.

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Unseen Opposition: With The Help Of His Community, An Artist Turns His “Impossible” Idea Into a Reality

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Five years ago, artist Guy Bell was sitting on his back porch and he had an image of creating a spinning, levitating version of the “Eye of Providence” that sits center stage on the back of a dollar bill. His friend told him his idea was crazy and there was no way to make something float like that, so Bell put the idea on the back burner, but never forgot about it. A few years later he saw a levitating entity on YouTube and knew it was time to bring his vision to life. With no knowledge of wood working, soldering, making a circuit board, or building a prosthetic eye, he called on the community to share their talents, and the piece began to take on a theme of “people working together to build something great.”

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Shanghai From A Crane Operator’s Perspective

It takes a fearless person to spend their working hours high in the sky, and to build skyscrapers we need these courageous ones. Wei Gensheng works as a crane operator and he has decided to share what Shanghai looks like from his perspective, nearly 2000 feet in the air! From high up in the crane cab, Gensheng shows that his eye for good photographs is just as good as his crane operating skills. This photograph series was taken while Gensheng was working on the construction of the Shanghai Tower.

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