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Design You Trust Deal: Name Your Own Price “Learn to Design 2.0″ Bundle!

1150 Design You Trust Deal: Name Your Own Price Learn to Design 2.0 Bundle!
Great design is what we live for at Design You Trust, and we love any and all opportunities for people to learn design and unleash their creativity. That’s why we have worked with our friends at StackSocial to create a bundle of 8 high quality design courses, and we are letting you name the price!

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Historical Figures’ Letterheads

1148 Historical Figures Letterheads
“Letters have changed the world, from Churchill’s letters to Roosevelt during World War II to Martin Luther King’s letter from Birmingham jail. Here at MOO, we wondered how those letters would have looked today.

To reimagine how iconic figures could have branded themselves in the modern world, our creative team have designed unique Letterheads and Business Cards for some of the most famous letter writers in history, capturing each identity in a set of stationery.”

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Celebrating 420

1146 Celebrating 420
Vancouver B.C. April 20, 2014 Big Day to celebrate as thousand gathered in front of Vancouver Art Gallery to take part in the 420 Marijuana smoke in here in Vancouver on April 20, 2014. (Photo by Mark van Manen/PNG Staff Photographer/Ian Austin Province News/Vancouver Sun News & Web stories)

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Octopus By Marialuisa Tadei

1145 Octopus By Marialuisa Tadei
Marialuisa Tadei‘s sculpture is very large compared to a life size octopus. The sculptures are made of steel and concrete. They are then turned into a mosaic using hand cut glass. The texture is bumpy because of the mosaic but is smooth on the glass. The main idea behind the sculpture is to explore spiritual and symbolic representation.

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Photo of the Day

Photo of the Day: Big Brother is Watching You

1144 Photo of the Day: Big Brother is Watching You
A boy walks past a piece of new graffiti street art, claimed to be by the secretive underground guerilla artist Banksy, which appeared on the side of a house in Cheltenham this weekend, on April 14, 2014 in Gloucestershire, England. The artwork, which shows three stencil figures listening into a conversation in an existing telephone box, is just a few miles away from Government Communications Headquaters (GCHQ), which is responsible for providing intelligence and information assurance to the British Government and Armed Forces. (Photo by Matt Cardy/Getty Images)


Artists in Pakistan Target Drones with Giant Posters of Child Victims

1142 Artists in Pakistan Target Drones with Giant Posters of Child Victims
In this undated handout photograph from the “Inside Out Project”, a poster bearing the image of a Pakistani girl whose parents, lawyers say, were killed in a drone strike, lies in a field at an undisclosed location in the northwestern Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province. A group of artists in Pakistan are hoping to generate “empathy” among US drone operators by placing giant posters of children in the country’s troubled tribal regions. The work, which is titled #NotABugSplat, was made with the help of French street artist JR who plans to unveil portraits from around the world at the Pantheon in Paris as part of a project called “Inside Out”. “Bug splat” is said to be a term used by drone pilots based in the US to refer to how victims look when seen through video cameras. Since 2004, no region of the world has been targeted by US drones more than Pakistan’s tribal districts which border Afghanistan, and are home to Taliban and Al-Qaeda militants. According to the Bureau of Investigative Journalism, these strikes have killed at least 2,296 people and 416 civilians. (Photo by AFP Photo)

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DeLorean NYC Taxi

1141 DeLorean NYC Taxi
A clever PR stunt envisioned by art director Mike Lubrano who got the idea to convert the famous DeLorean DMC-12 from “Back to the Future” into a classic New York yellow cab. The goal would be to communicate the futuristic philosophy of fashion brand Nooka and to carry the message “Experience the Future”.

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Ford Mustang Ascends Empire State Building

1140 Ford Mustang Ascends Empire State Building
Body and interior parts of a disassembled 2015 Ford Mustang ride multiple elevators en route to the observation deck of the Empire State Building. The Mustang was reassembled on the building’s observation deck as part of a publicity stunt commemorating the muscle car’s original release at the 1964 World’s Fair in New York. (Photo by Hiroko Masuike/The New York Times)

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Argentina Tiger Triplets

1139 Argentina Tiger Triplets
Three month old white Bengal tigers cubs play inside their enclosure at the Buenos Aires Zoo, Argentina, Wednesday, April 16, 2014. Cleo, a captive Bengal white tiger at the zoo, gave birth to two females and one male, white tiger cubs on January 16, 2014. (Photo by Natacha Pisarenko/AP Photo)

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Weston-Super-Mare Sand Sculpture Festival in England

1137 Weston Super Mare Sand Sculpture Festival in England
Detail of a sand sculpture is seen as pieces are prepared as part of this year’s “Once Upon a Time” themed annual Weston-super-Mare Sand Sculpture festival on April 16, 2014 in Weston-Super-Mare, England. Due to open on Good Friday, a team of award winning sand sculptors from across the globe have been working to create sand sculptures influenced by fairy tales and fables but that also include some current television and cinema blockbuster hits such as The Hunger Games, Game of Thrones and The Hobbit. (Photo by Matt Cardy/Getty Images)

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“After the Apocalypse” by Photographer Lori Nix

Photographer Lori Nix hand-crafted dioramas are fictional scenes of a post-apocalyptic world in which plants and decay reclaim both grand and mundane structures. Each structure is built in Nix’s living room and can take over half a year to build.

1135 “After the Apocalypse” by Photographer Lori Nix
Library, 2007. Photographer Lori Nix says this is the most popular image she has made for this project that she calls “The City”. (Photo by Lori Nix)

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Associated Press Revisits Boston Bombing Sites

1133 Associated Press Revisits Boston Bombing Sites
This combination of April 15, 2013 and April 10, 2014 photos show a view of Boylston Street in front of the Marathon Sports store, left, the site where the first of two bombs exploded near the finish line of the 2013 Boston Marathon, and pedestrians walking along the same sidewalk almost a year later in Boston. (Photo by Elise Amendola/AP Photo)

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Photo of the Day

Photo of the Day: Beware Of Amateur Driver

1132 Photo of the Day: Beware Of Amateur Driver
An alpaca looks out from a car on a busy street in Changchun, Jilin province April 16, 2014. According to local media, a newly-opened bar in Changchun rented the 5-year-old male alpaca from Australia hoping to attract more customers. (Photo by Reuters/China Daily)


Ancient Traditional Honey Hunters Of Nepal

1109 Ancient Traditional Honey Hunters Of Nepal
Andrew Newey, an award-winning UK-based travel photographer, has captured gripping photographs of central Nepalese Gurung tribe members engaged in a dangerous and ancient tradition – honey hunting.

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Smithsonian Magazine’s 2013 Photo Contest

1108 Smithsonian Magazines 2013 Photo Contest
Finalist, Americana category. Dust swirls around citizens of Black Rock City as they peek into the “Black Rock Bijou Theatre”, an art installation at the 2013 Burning Man festival. (Photo by Mark Kaplan/

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