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All Little Things – Happy Moments Every Couple Should Share

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All Little Things has been working on the series of illustration to share the little moments of love, which are the binding agents in a long-lasting relationship. The true love is simple yet intimate that you would give a smile for it. The illustrations remind couples that love is filled up every time, everywhere around them. Continue »

Meet Escape Traveler – A Tiny Cabin On Wheels That Can Be Moved Anywhere

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Wish you could set off on your epic trip across America without giving up on the daily comforts? You’ll love the Escape Traveler, a fully outfitted home-on-the-go that can be moved just about anywhere like an RV. Despite its compact and portable size, the energy-efficient tiny home feels spacious, comes with a whole range of full-sized appliances, and can even sleep up to six. Continue »

“Ballads Of Shanghai”: Changing Face Of Urban China

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“Big Dreams”. (Photo by Graham Fink/Riflemaker)

The rapidly changing landscape of urban China is the subject of artist Graham Fink’s solo photographic exhibition, opening at Riflemaker gallery in London on 1 February. Over the course of five years, the artist has documented various demolition sites in and around Shanghai – the largest city by population in the world. The photographic series communicates the enormity of the transition that is taking place there as the country moves increasingly towards a large-scale urbanization and more workers relocate for employment in the manufacturing industries. Not only are new cities emerging but immense urban renewal efforts are underway. Continue »

Artists Recreate Van Gogh’s Iconic Bedroom And Put It For Rent On Airbnb

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For the first time in North America, all three versions of Van Gogh’s famous painting of his bedroom in Arles, France, will be displayed in Chicago along with some of his other work. To celebrate the occasion, the Art Institute of Chicago has recreated the room and put it up for rent on Airbnb for just 10USD. Continue »

Ethereal Floral Tattoos Mimic Delicate Watercolor Paintings On Skin

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Aro Tattoo, aka @tattooist_silo, creates exquisite works of art onto the skin of her clients. Focusing on floral arrangements, the Korean tattooist uses soft pink, red, and blue ink to mimic the colors you’d find in a beautiful sunset. They offer an alternative stylistic approach to tattooing—rather than outlining subjects in a solid dark outline, Aro Tattoo completely skips the black ink and defines form with color. Continue »

Look, These Landscapes Are Out Of This World!

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They may look like scenes from a science fiction film, but these panoramas are in fact from our present-day planet. Thanks to plenty of salt minerals and heavy elements in the soil, the Dallol volcano in Ethiopia produces brilliantly colored pools of water at the top of its caldera. And, as if to add greater effect to the already stunning sights, the volcano stands apart from the salt plains around it like an island. This hot spot was created through phreatomagmatic eruptions caused by magma interacting with water, and was further altered due to the presence of salt water. Photos by Francisco Pandolfo / Caters News. Continue »

The Russians Make The Best Truck In The Universe For $50K

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The SHERP is Alexei Garagashyan’s brilliant invention. It weighs just 2,866 pounds dry, so while it might only have a 44.3 horsepower 1.5 liter Kubota V1505 four-cylinder diesel linked to a five-speed manual, it will still do 28 mph on land, or 3.7 mph in water, depending on the wind. It will also crawl at up to 9.3 mph in first gear. Continue »

Mini Glacier Candles Remind You Of Global Warming As They Melt

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Designed by Brynjar Sigurðarson for PCM Design, these glacier-shaped candles will not take a long time to melt upon contact with heat. They have been developed in order to remind people that global warming is our problem and it’s still time to act. Continue »

Fashion Photographer Imagines Cars As Supermodels

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What if a spell turned some of the world’s most famous car models into real women? What would they look like? That’s what photographer Viktorija Pashuta decided to explore with her latest portrait project, titled “What if Cars Were Supermodels?” Gathered under one roof top 12 renowned super models, Viktorija envisioned what would of happened if cars as if under the enchanted spell would turn into real women. Continue »

Illustrator Perfectly Captures The Beauty Of Single Life

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Mexico-based artist Idalia Candelas draws women who are content to be alone. Using pencil, ink, and watercolor, “Postmodern Loneliness” is a series that celebrates being single. Candelas says she was inspired by her time living alone in Mexico City. Continue »

This Old Man Spent 13 Years Growing A Giant Dragon In His Yard

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For some, gardening and lawn care can be a therapeutic endeavor. For other, like Norfolk, England resident John Booker, lawn upkeep can be a way of life. It all started with a vision. The English man had a dream to grow a massive dragon on his lawn, so he began trimming his hedges. Continue »

This Artist Channels His Love Of Comics Into The Most Beautiful Illustrations For Dark

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Hector Trunnec has been able to turn his love of drawing into his career, but he hasn’t let that stop him from creating beautiful fan art for his own pleasure and displaying it online. Trunnec hails from Valencia, Spain and does draw comic books professionally, but posts these fan art illustrations of his favorite comic, film, cartoons and celebrity portraits online. Continue »

This Collection Of Web Comics Really Explains What Its Like To Be A Gamer

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Illustration by Jamal Khurshid

Being a gamer is like being any other subset of human being, like a gardener, or snake wrestler, it involves dealing with a number of stereotypes. Namely Sony, and Aiwa, but some prefer others. Continue »

26 Proofs That Love Is In The Little Things

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LoveByte has been helping couples stay together even when they’re apart since 2014, but they aren’t just an app designer: their Love Is… webcomic has become a favorite for those struck by Cupid’s arrow. Continue »

100-Year-Old Hand-Colored Postcards Offer A Fascinating Glimpse Of Pre-War Japan

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Cherry blossom at Mukojima, Tokyo

Postcards can offer a fascinating glimpse into eras that have long since passed. The Digital Collections of the New York Public Library (NYPL) has released a selection of postcards from Japan in the early 20th century. Comprising hand-colored photographs, these landscape snapshots represent the country—specifically the Tokyo and Yokohama regions—and the culture at a time when it was on the cusp of modernity. Many of the photographs are dated from the years 1907 through 1922. Continue »