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Nothing Makes a Morning Like Exceptionally Great Espresso (and This Fine Print Tells You How to Make It Right)

Friday 07.11.2014 , Posted by
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There’s nothing quite like starting your day with a great espresso. Just the aroma alone is enough brush away the memory of sleep and excite us about the day ahead. Printmakers Steffen Heidemann and Viktoria Klein of Stellavie Design Manufaktur know that making a truly great espresso is both an art, and a science. They’ve embedded their rich knowledge on the subject into this exquisite silkscreen print featuring the ins and outs of preparing the perfect espresso, and a number of delicious espresso based beverages. [Read more...]

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These People Are Laying in 7 Days of Their Own Garbage

Thursday 07.10.2014 , Posted by
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It’s difficult to imagine how much trash we create each week, but photographer Gregg Segal is making it visual. The bulk of packaging wrapped around an item we’re buying is often the last thing on our mind when at the store, but Segal is putting that issue – and the growing trash problem in the modern world – front and center… and on top of his subjects. [Read more...]

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Mirror Selfies You Will Actually Enjoy Looking At

Thursday 07.10.2014 , Posted by
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There are times when procrastination can be a good thing. To avoid writing her bachelor’s thesis, Norwegian born, Washington D.C.-based Helene Meldahl began doodling, but not on paper like most people. She put her doodles on mirrors and inserted herself into them via selfies to make her world more fun. Meldahl used chalk, posca, and acrylic and began doing a selfie artwork every day. The 26 year old goes by the name @mirrorsme on Instagram and has garnered quite a following this week after self-posting her work to BoredPanda. [Read more...]

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How About Cutting a Face Into Your Hair? This Barber is Creating Detailed Portraits

Wednesday 07.09.2014 , Posted by
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Looking for a bold new style? How about carving Edward Scissorhands or Steve Jobs into your noggin? “Rob the Original” is doing that for his daring clients, creating a series of hair portraits that are just as bizarre as they are incredibly detailed. [Read more...]

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A Mesmerizing Stop-Motion Video Made by Sanding Through Objects a Half Millimeter at a Time

Wednesday 07.09.2014 , Posted by
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There are hidden spaces inside the objects that surround us, and it only takes a industrial sanding machine to reveal them. That’s the work that artist Laurin Döpfner has done with the video Verschleif, removing just a half millimeter of each object with a pass from the sander, and photographing each layer to create a seriously mesmerizing stop-motion video. [Read more...]

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This Isn’t Trash. It’s a Painting on Carved Wood.

Wednesday 07.09.2014 , Posted by
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These paintings are pure trash… but only on the surface. Beneath their rough exterior is a precisely carved basswood sculpture, and only the paint on the surface provides the exacting trompe l’oeil vision of reality. Artist Tom Pfannerstill creates his unusual sculpture/paintings based on discarded objects he finds on his daily travels. Calling his finds a ‘gift from the street’, they act as a record of his movements and a commentary on our commercial/consumer driven society. [Read more...]

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Artist Transforms Foraged Materials From Nature Hikes Into 3D Mosaic Mandalas

Tuesday 07.08.2014 , Posted by
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In June of this year, Matt W. Moore participated in an artist residency with SUMMIT in Eden, Utah. He was inspired to take “full advantage of the sunshine and wilderness and develop a series that would allow [him] to explore the beauty of Utah, create work with [his] hands, and celebrate the native color palette of the landscape.” On his daily hikes through the mountains and valley, Moore foraged for native elements and allowed his findings to inspire his project. From shale, river pebbles and stones, to dead branches, bark, and dried grasses among other elements of nature, he created geometric mandala grids. Carefully aligning the materials, he described the process as “kinda like painting with mother nature’s paintbrush.” [Read more...]

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Do Cats Look Like Their Owners? Cats Faces Merged Onto Their Human Friends

Tuesday 07.08.2014 , Posted by
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Every time we see a wrinkly dog walk down the street next to it’s wrinkly owner, we’re reminded that dogs can look a lot like their human friends. But what about the cats? Sebastian Magnani is following up his series Underdogs with a feline themed face merging called Undercats. It’s fascinating, freaky and pretty hilarious. [Read more...]

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This Interactive Visualizes Every Important Supreme Court Ruling Since 1946

Tuesday 07.08.2014 , Posted by
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Last week’s controversial Hobby Lobby ruling sparking heated debate across the web. The furor over the decision inspired visual agency Column Five to visualize The Supreme Court Database in one easy to navigate interactive that tracks Supreme Court rulings from 1946 to present times.

Everything from segregation to life insurance benefits for adoptive siblings, it’s all there at the hover of your mouse. The interactive timeline feature allows you to quickly flip through rulings that have long been forgotten or taken for granted. Accompanying the timeline is a rich amount of information on each case just a click away, including whether the Court leaned more conservative or liberal during its particular time of operation:

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A Secret Sculpture Garden on Isreal’s Sea of Galilee

Tuesday 07.08.2014 , Posted by
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The Sea of Galilee in Israel is world famous for stories about Jesus and his disciples from 2000 years ago. Also known as Lake Kineret, it is a beautiful part of Isreal and provides 35% of the countries potable water. On the Eastern shore of the lake, there is a large Kibbutz community that was established in 1937. It is called Ein Gev and out of the 273 existing Kibbutz communities in Israel, it is one of the most famous. [Read more...]

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