A Creative Collaboration Between an Artist and Honeybees

Canadian artist Aganetha Dyck is fascinated by the delicate relationship between nature and humans. In a series titled Honeybee Alterations, Dyck took porcelain figurines and with the use of apiary feeder boards and hive blankets, collaborated with the local bee population in creating art.

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A Bizarre Communal Bike Ride For a Good Cause

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If you’re into biking but feel like you need something new, you may want to try this alternative ride that is making its way around the world. It’s called the Aeolian Ride, and it takes biking in a whole new and wacky direction. It consists of wearing a nylon suit that inflates as the rider gains speed on their bike, creating shapes as it puffs up into three types of figures: a bunny, a bubble or a drop. Yeah, that should break your biking boredom.

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Street Artist Spotlight: Mobstr

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Innovative, brash, satirical and often bold, these are the words to describe the work of world renowned street artist Mobstr. From Newcastle, Mobstr sometimes tells stories through his work while at other times they are merely entertaining. Mobstr is passionate about his work which ranges from the very simple to deeper meanings. His work can be said to be a critique of consumerism, advertising and society as a whole.

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Visual Bits #293 > Build It And They Will…Jump!

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Welcome to Blueseed, No Visa Required

Have you wanted to share your ideas and grow them in an environment not hindered by difficult visa procedures and US immigration? Welcome to Blueseed, Silicon Valleys visa-free offshore startup community. A place for entrepreneurs of any nationality, Blueseed offers an environment where visionaries can collaborate and grow their startup until it receives funding and can proceed to settle in the San Francisco Bay Area.

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Introducing Touchy, A Human Camera from Japan

Touchy is a camera that is placed on one’s head and only takes photos when the person wearing the camera is physically touched. Every time a person makes contact with the person wearing the camera head, it will open its shutter like eye-holes and take photos. If the person keeps holding on to the touch of that person, then the camera will take a shot every ten seconds.

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