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The Bike Deconstructed

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A metal frame, two wheels, pedals, a seat, and handlebars—on first glance, bicycles look pretty straightforward. And yet, even today’s most stripped-down bicycles can feature as many as two hundred parts, each with a critical role to play. The unbelievably efficient way they work together is what makes modern bicycles such marvels of compact engineering, and sometimes frustrating to diagnose and repair. In The Bike Deconstructed, bicycle guru Richard Hallett dismantles the modern bicycle to uncover the origin, design, and evolution of every integral part. Through stunning photography, accessible writing, and clear diagrams, Hallett examines every aspect of the bike in detail…

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Embroidered 3D Insects and Snails by Claire Moynihan

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British needlewoman Claire Moynihan lives in countryside, in the village of Hertfordshire. She creates original and pretty unusual 3D figures of insects and snails from felt.

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Clever Illusion Creates Mind-blowing Inception-like Effect

The world is turning upside down as people fall from windows and children walk up building walls. Argentine artist, Leandro Erlich, creates a mind-blowing illusion called the ‘Dalson House’ for the Barbican.

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Urban Art by Fra Biancoshock

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Fra Biancoshock lives and works in Milan, Italy. For a very long time he didn’t even consider himself as an artist, until, one day he looked at himself in the mirror to unveil his real nature and to understand the purpose of his work.

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Hacking Biometrics

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Hacking Biometrics is Moszkowicz’s preliminary research on what he calls “Rotations” that started two years ago. With the premise of considering the works of art along human history as images gifted still of a lively code, as a hacker that demonstrates the possibility to access into a site because of the challenge itself, he prepares some studies on pre existing images trying to  demonstrate the actuality of what could be called their source code by executing a final rotation of the artwork.

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Moon Tattoos

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The Moon has been the subject of visual arts, literature, poetry and countless others in the course of human history. Like many of counterparts in the nature – day and night, men and women, male and female, the moon is the natural counterpart to the sun, which is associated with female. Moon tattoos are one of prevailing tattoo ideas for women and we have seen many of amazing designs as feminine tattoos.

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Incredible Staple Art by Baptiste Debombourg

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French painter and sculptor Bapticte Debonmourg creates his masterpieces on white canvases. Only, instead of paints he uses staples, and instead of a brush he uses a stapler. One of his works can contain more than 30,000 staples.

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Erika Craig Paintings


Art by Clem Chen

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Clem Chen is a practitioner of printmaking, painting and assemblage, drawing inspiration from media and pop culture. Living in Vancouver, he spends his time making art at Acme Studios and painting in the local film industry.

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Retro iMac Project

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This 98′ iMac took inspiration from Apple’s retro six color logo. This iMac will also be on display at Sprout Social’s downtown office.

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Amazing Faberge Fractals by Tom Beddard

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The Scotland-based Artist Tom Beddard for a long time was a physicist and studied lasers. Now he is known on the Internet as an artist and web developer under the nickname subBlue. The author creates extraordinary fractal images.

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Landed – Suburban House Installation drops from the Sky in Adelaide, South Australia

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Australian artist Ian Strange has revealed his latest sculptural-cum-architectural work for the 2014 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art at the Art Gallery of South Australia.

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White Ink Tattoos

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Although it was not a common practice in the past, you may find more and more people are getting white ink tattoos. It looks weird and not noticeable if , the white ink tattoo is loved by people who love subtle details and don’t like their tattoos remarkable to others.

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A journey through dreams

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The painters of surrealism, in their eternal journey between dream and reality not only paint, but tell of new and unknown universes where the observer plays the role of an explorer. By Luigi Martinengo Cesaresco.

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New Insect Species by Mark Oliver

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At a first glance, you may imagine that you’re looking at real insects that you’ve just never seen before. But look closely. Legs are made from watch movement parts and the body is made from book covers. Mark Oliver is the author of this series of pretty unusual insects.

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