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Radu Zaciu illuminates the beauty of fruits and veggies

Radu Zaciu illuminates the beauty of fruits and veggies

Fruits and veggies are a beacon of light in photographer Radu Zaciu’s new series. Appropriately titled “The Light Inside,” the beautifully rendered series shows everyday foods with a vibrant new

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Artist Nikki Ella Whitlock recycles wine bottle fragments into ethereal mosaics

Artist Nikki Ella Whitlock recycles wine bottle fragments into ethereal mosaics

British artist Nikki Ella Whitlock takes recycling to ethereal levels, by transforming old glass into stunning mosaics. With a mix of tiles and glass mostly from used wine bottles, the Derbyshire-based

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Ice architecture: 6 incredible buildings made from ice and snow

Ice architecture: 6 incredible buildings made from ice and snow

Tron Ice Hotel Suits In anticipation of the release of 3D TRON: Legacy, Ben Rousseau and Ian Douglas–Jones created a suite at the famous IceHotel above the Arctic Circle in Sweden. The electric blue

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‘Skitchen’ photo series shows fruits and veggies shreddin’ the gnar

‘Skitchen’ photo series shows fruits and veggies shreddin’ the gnar

“Skitchen” is the follow-up to his kitschy retro series using cassette tapes reimagined as new objects, including a hamburger and a Christmas tree. Just as imaginative and arguably more comical, the

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Capsized iceberg resembles a sapphire in the Southern Ocean

Capsized iceberg resembles a sapphire in the Southern Ocean

As Filmmaker Alex Cornell, explored a glacial cove in Antarctica recently, a flipped iceberg made an appearance, rising nearly 30 feet out of the water and exposing a shimmering surface, free of snow and

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Climb into the treetops with this French ladder tree art installation

Climb into the treetops with this French ladder tree art installation

The lofty installation was on display in the Parc du Château at the Château de Chaumont-sur-Loire in Nice, France, from 2009-2011. There, several trees were adorned with impossibly tall, skinny ladders.

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This stunning mirrored sphere lets you experience the cosmos without leaving the ground

This stunning mirrored sphere lets you experience the cosmos without leaving the ground

OSMO was designed for the latest edition of Light Night Canning Town, a free festival of light, community and energy held in the streets of London. The site-specific space was raised right underneath the

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Boom Boom art installation transforms a forest into an interactive soundscape in the Netherlands

Boom Boom art installation transforms a forest into an interactive soundscape in the Netherlands

Studio Toer transformed visitors to the Into The Great Wide Open music festival into literal treehuggers with their Boom Boom soundscape installation last year. Located in a wooded landscape on the Dutch

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Nendo’s new Chocolatexture lets you taste the meaning of Japanese words

Nendo’s new Chocolatexture lets you taste the meaning of Japanese words

Throughout the years, we showed you how the Tokyo-based studio playfully redesigned a variety of objects -- from lamps to seats and even birdhouses --. They also had a go at playing out with chocolate,

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Wellness clocks remind us to play, breathe, and enjoy life

Wellness clocks remind us to play, breathe, and enjoy life

Remember your wellness tasks every day and feel the happiness of life! Not for stress addicts. Customize the 12 habits that make you feel good. 17 wellness tasks included: -water plants -call

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Hungarian pianist gives the grand piano a sleek, modern makeover

Hungarian pianist gives the grand piano a sleek, modern makeover

pic Hungarian pianist and inventor Gergely Bogányi unveiled his new grand piano that looks more like a sports car than a musical instrument. The transformed piano takes one of the most iconic shapes

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Artist Simon Beck creates gigantic winter crop circles by walking in the snow!

Artist Simon Beck creates gigantic winter crop circles by walking in the snow!

Located in the beautiful valley of Savoie, France, Beck’s patterned snow circles decorate the expanses of the frozen lakes outside of the ski runs at Les Arcs ski resort.  Overlooking Mont Blanc, the

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Man rebuilds the ancient city of Pompeii with 190,000 LEGO bricks!

Man rebuilds the ancient city of Pompeii with 190,000 LEGO bricks!

There are not many nicknames cooler than "The Brickman," especially if you're getting paid to play with Legos. Ryan McNaught, aka, the Brickman, was commissioned by the Nicholson Museum in Sydney,

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World’s largest candy carpet made from 13 tonnes of sweets pops up in Chengdu, China

World’s largest candy carpet made from 13 tonnes of sweets pops up in Chengdu, China

What's sweet, colorful, and covered with adorable panda patterns? Why, it's the world's largest—and sweetest—candy carpet! Made from a staggering 13 tonnes of colorful candy pieces, the nearly

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Lana Crooks’ creepy textile sculptures look like something out of a Tim Burton movie

Lana Crooks’ creepy textile sculptures look like something out of a Tim Burton movie

Chicago-based textile sculptor and artist Lana Crooks makes tiny soft sculptures from hand-dyed wool and silk that look both beautiful and creepy at the same time. These antique-like pieces combine fabric

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Spine-tingling photos of highliners camped out hundreds of feet up in the Italian Alps

Spine-tingling photos of highliners camped out hundreds of feet up in the Italian Alps

The highline meeting on Monte Piana is the biggest slackline festival in Italy. It attracts hundreds of brave people from all over the world who share the love for mountains and the adrenaline of being

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Celebrate National Handwriting Day today with a handwritten tweet

Celebrate National Handwriting Day today with a handwritten tweet

  Did you know that writing things out by hand keeps your brain cells active, and even helps you retain information? It also improves hand-eye coordination, and has a soothing, meditative effect

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Nothing says “I love you” quite like a 3D-printed steampunk gear heart

Nothing says “I love you” quite like a 3D-printed steampunk gear heart

If you're looking for a unique Valentine's gift for someone special, check this out: you can download plans on Thingiverse for a 3D-printed steampunk-style gear heart to give as a fun, weird little

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Despite financial collapse, Architecture for Humanity volunteer chapters wish to continue

Despite financial collapse, Architecture for Humanity volunteer chapters wish to continue

At the beginning of January, Architecture for Humanity closed its doors, surprising the design world and an army of volunteers around the world. Tension had, apparently, been brewing for months and many

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Think Forward’s SALGHT is a lamp made from salt and resin

Think Forward’s SALGHT is a lamp made from salt and resin

Project: SALGHT. Location: Burgas, Bulgaria.Client: Bulgarian Biodiversity Foundation. Concept&Design: Think Forward (Galina Milkova+Nedko Nikolov). SALGHT is an art installation that explores

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Taylor Mazer’s tiny architectural drawings are smaller than a pencil

Taylor Mazer’s tiny architectural drawings are smaller than a pencil

Artist Taylor Mazer’s drawings are as impeccably detailed as they are teeny tiny. Using a super-slender Micron pen, the artist has created a beautiful body of work of industrial and architectural

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Dream-like Kaleidoscope is a mirrored, multi-sensory children’s playhouse in Spain

Dream-like Kaleidoscope is a mirrored, multi-sensory children’s playhouse in Spain

Although A2arquitectos kept the squash court building’s short and boxy structure, the space was majorly altered by the insertion of a 29.5-foot-long hexagonal tunnel. Measuring 6.5-feet-tall, the

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Joel Rea’s captivating surrealist paintings will make you feel tiny

Joel Rea’s captivating surrealist paintings will make you feel tiny

Rea captures the dynamic motion of natural elements inspiring a deep feeling of humility. He represents how small we are within nature, leaving us wondering who has ultimate control in this world. Using

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Amazing 5-foot-long Boeing 777 replica is made from over 2,000 hand-made pieces of manila folders

Amazing 5-foot-long Boeing 777 replica is made from over 2,000 hand-made pieces of manila folders

Luka found the inspiration for the project during a high school art architecture class in 2008. He acquired the schematic designs of an Air India 777-3000ER and began building the 5-foot-long 1:60 scale

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Amazing Replica of Harry Potter’s Hogwarts School of Wizardry Made from 400,000 LEGO Bricks

Amazing Replica of Harry Potter’s Hogwarts School of Wizardry Made from 400,000 LEGO Bricks

The project features architecturally accurate recreations of the Harry Potter sets such as the Great Hall, the Quidditch Courtyard, the Defense Against the Dark Arts classroom and the bridge over the

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Tim Van Cromvoirt’s trippy thermophores change color with heat

Tim Van Cromvoirt’s trippy thermophores change color with heat

Dutch designer Tim Van Cromvoirt wanted to create a wall application that would look organic and act like living organism. So he used his final year at the ST. Joost Academy, in Breda to experiment

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Italian graphic designer helps to beautify “ugly” organic produce

Italian graphic designer helps to beautify “ugly” organic produce

Have you ever noticed that organic produce isn't always as "pretty" as its conventionally grown kin? Most people avoid produce that's misshapen because they assume there's something wrong with it, even

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Naturally striped Antarctic icebergs are almost too beautiful to be real

Naturally striped Antarctic icebergs are almost too beautiful to be real

Stunning, no? Apparently some icebergs have stripes, and it's not the result of Photoshop or internet pranks or penguin sledding or any outside manipulation. You might have seen these shots in an email

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Shocking maps show how much pavement covers the United States

Shocking maps show how much pavement covers the United States

What if you stripped away all of the rivers, streams, mountains and other topographical elements of a map and just left the roads? What would you see? Boston-based design firm Fathom found the answer when

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Traditional cotton textile production is helping rural Indian artisans thrive

Traditional cotton textile production is helping rural Indian artisans thrive

Kala cotton is indigenous to the Kutch region of northwest India, and hand-weavers there have been working with that cotton for centuries to create all manner of textiles. Stitch by Stitch,

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