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Rémi Noël Takes Batman to Texas, Creates “The Least Precise Map” of the Lone Star State

Friday 01.24.2014 , Posted by
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Quick! Who would you most like to go on a road trip with? Batman? Okay.

Small French publishing house Poetry Wanted has created “the least precise map of Texas in the history of Texas” as the beginning of their collection “This Is Not A Map“. [Read more...]

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World’s Largest Bible Weighs Over One Half Ton

Wednesday 01.15.2014 , Posted by
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Here’s a bible that won’t do much thumping. Weighing 1,094 pounds, with 8,048 pages that measure 43.5 inches tall, and a laid open width of 98 inches, this bible was the Abilene Christian University library’s “largest” donation ever in 1956. The bible was built in Los Angeles by Louis Waynai in 1930 who gave it to a church in Fort Worth which later passed it on to ACU. Louis spent 2 years and over 8,700 hours creating this massive version of the complete King James Bible. Using a huge rubber stamp press that he made himself, Waynai was able to print the text on each page. [Read more...]

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One Opulent Road Trip: $3 Million Will Get You One Massive RV

Wednesday 01.15.2014 , Posted by
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Do you find yourself constantly on the road with a cool $3 million to spare? Well, Anderson Mobile Estates might have the solution for you. Welcome to Lifestyles of the Rich, Mobile and Famous. Using expanding walls and a retractable second floor, this design called The Heat transforms from a conventionally sized 53’ semi trailer into an expansive, two-story living space of 1,100 square feet. [Read more...]

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This Small Cabin Looks Like a Stack of Wood

Tuesday 01.14.2014 , Posted by
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From across a snowy field it just looks like a perfect stack of firewood, but don’t light those logs on fire. It’s actually a small cabin designed by Piet Hein Eek for Dutch pianist and comedian Hans Liberg (the fellow in the pictures). With an exterior made of round wood ends and an interior of wood and plastic on a steel frame, its a uniquely camouflaged building that could easily be overlooked – that is, until its sweeping panoramic windows are opened. [Read more...]

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The World’s First 3D Food Printers Make Edible, Geometric Treats

Monday 01.13.2014 , Posted by
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If you’ve ever stepped foot in a candy store, then you are well aware that sugar can take on all kinds of shapes and colors. This is what makes it the perfect medium for the world’s first 3D food printers. 3D Systems unveiled the edible 3D printers called Chefjet and Chefjet Pro at CES (Consumer Electronics Show) in Las Vegas last weekend. The printers create unique geometric shapes that look too good to eat and can print in milk chocolate or sugar in the flavors of mint, cherry, or sour apple. [Read more...]

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Federico Babina Creates an Alphabet Inspired by the World’s Most Famous Architects

Monday 01.13.2014 , Posted by
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Federico Babina has re-imagined a playful alphabet of architecture inspired by 26 world-famous architects. Each of his illustrations features a building with the first letter of the architect’s name transformed into a structure resembling their design style. The series is called Archibet. [Read more...]

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The Writing Is On The Wall In Louisville, KY

Monday 01.13.2014 , Posted by
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Type and setting come together in a big way thanks to artists Bryan Patrick Todd and Kirby Stafford. Todd, a graphic designer, and Stafford, a sign painter, transform empty urban walls into giant typographic artworks that change the face of the Louisville neighborhoods they call home. [Read more...]

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How Sugar Affects the Brain: A TED-Ed Motion Graphic

Wednesday 01.08.2014 , Posted by
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This will come as no surprise to your average chocoholic, but eating sugar is just about a full body experience. It affects your tongue, your gut and your brain in powerful ways. In this new addition to the TED-Ed series, Dr. Nicole Avena explores the many ways sugar acts on the body and why sugar in moderation isn’t bad, but a lot is a very slippery, if not addictive, slope. [Read more...]

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Guerrilla Designers Create Elaborate Quote Art on Chalkboards

Wednesday 01.08.2014 , Posted by
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The Columbus College of Art and Design has a vandal on the loose. The guerrilla chalk art duo called #DangerDust has been commandeering classroom chalkboards in secret and creating detailed artworks of typography and design. Their creations feature inspirational quotes by famous figures. The two anonymous students plan, sketch, and execute their chalk art and, in true guerrilla style, leave the board balancing on chairs in the classroom for a Monday morning surprise. [Read more...]

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UFOgel: A Cool Minimalist Home in the Austrian Alps

Monday 01.06.2014 , Posted by
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These days people are catching onto the idea of tiny minimalist homes. In the country of Austria where amazing alps abound, a family commissioned designer Peter Jungmann to create a house that provided ample views of the spectacular mountains yet gave minimal impact to the existing environment. The result was the “UFOgel”, a fusion of UFO and Vogel, which means bird in German. [Read more...]

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