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Illustrative Observations Of The Imagination With Just A Ballpoint Pen

“My name’s Marco. I’m originally from a small country town in regional Victoria, Australia. Drawing with a ballpoint has always been my favourite medium and long since I can remember that’s all I’ve really used. All these drawing have been illustrated freehand, without drafting in pencil. The idea of drawing without guides is liberating, allowing me transform any part of the drawing into anything I want. I’ve always had a love of drawing, particularly of things that swirl around my imagination. I find fun and engaging exercise to challenge your creativity. In this series of works I’ve been experimenting with machining the forms of organic figures by stripping them down of their natural figure and redesigning them through the combination of smaller mechanical parts. Thank you for looking.”

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Artist Turns A Ford Falcon Into A Tank-Shaped Traveling Library


In celebration of world book day on 5th march, 7UP has teamed up with Buenos Aires-based artist Raul Lemesoff in the creation of ‘weapons of mass instruction’, a traveling library that tours Argentina in the shape of a tank. The ongoing project, which Lemesoff has built upon throughout the last few years, sees a 1979 Ford Falcon transform into a military-style vehicle, with a rotating upper chamber and pseudo-barrel. Although the tank may look militant, it has a very serious function of peace — Lemesoff tours through Argentina’s urban centers and rural communities, offering free books to anyone interested. Around 900 books fit on the car’s built-in shelves, with a varied collection of poetry, novels and biographies.

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Portraits Of 11 Women Together With Their Stories

“I called this documentary project “11”, as the number of women I photographed all around Sicily, Italy. They come from all over the world and all of them left their homeland for the big deal. It took me more than 1 year to collect these stories, and all of them touched my heart. Women are brave, tenacious and passionate about whatever they decide to do!” – Luca Migliore.

Fatou, from Guinea, is an awesome African dance teacher.

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Mountain Bike Trails Built Underground


It’s the biggest place of it’s kind, well and pretty much the only one. Underneath the Zoo of Louisville hides something you would never expect, a trail paradise for mountain bikers.

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Pixelated Christmas Ornaments For Your Retro Christmas Tree

8-Bit ornaments made of Perler Beads were inspired by video games from the ‘80s, created by designer Adam Crockett. They look great on a Christmas tree, especially if you love geeky retro themes!

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Canned Human Condition

Works from the “Canned Human Condition” series by Reima Honkasalo.

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Where In The World: Photos Of Recent Events

A polar bear cub, born on November 26, 2014, and its mother Flocke spend time outdoors on March 9, 2015 at the Marineland animal exhibition park in the French Riviera city of Antibes. (VALERY HACHE/AFP/Getty Images)

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Instead Of The Head

Creative Roadside Sign Hacks

If you passed one of these signs there is no doubt you would have to take a double look. Someone decided to put a little twist on these roadside signs and make them a little funny. It should add a little excitement to the daily commute, or piss you off more as you sit in traffic. Check out the funny roadside sign hacks below.

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This Badass Couple’s Vegas Elopement Is The Epitome Of Cool


Ainsley Hutchence and Sebastien Fougere had both been married before. So when they fell in love in 2008, they both agreed they would never tie the knot again.

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Skull And Crossbones Tie-Tack And Cufflink Set – For The Hardcore At Heart!


Toss out your boring gentlemen’s accessories for Kickstarter’s new project featuring an edgy tie-tack and cufflink set for the hardcore at heart. This set’s design features a skull and crossbones on a black background outlined in blood red, allowing you to tastefully accentuate your wild side at any formal function.

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“Giant Lipstick” – The Art Object Created From 5000+ Used Lipsticks

Created by artist Agnė Kišonaitė, ‘Giant Lipstick’ is made of 5000+ used lipstick tubes, measuring a height of 2.5 meters with an overall weight of 200kg. Four tubes of rouge are sold every second in the world, and considering the amount of packaging left which cannot be recycled, so I wanted to create something which triggered our society to think more seriously about consumerism and the types of products they are purchasing, and bring attention towards the need to reduce waste.

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Vedema: A Fire Harvests The Stone


The project was commissioned by Vedema, a Luxury Collection Resort, one of Santorini’s most unique and prestigious hotels, built around a 400 year old winery made of dark volcanic stones. The hotel is located in the southern part of the island, in the scenic village of Megalochori, next to a wonderful large area of vineyards. The name comes from its history and connection to the surrounding nature, as in Santorinian idiom ventema (βεντέμα) means harvest.

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Realistic Future F1 Concept

Formula 1 concept of the nearby future by Andries van Overbeeke.

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Pop Pop Bang By Thomas Brown & Anna Burns


A collaboration between creative director Anna Burns and the photographer Thomas Brown. Through the use of various mediums the pair have curated an exhibition that explores the masculine world of B-Movies and juxtaposed it with the traditional British landscape.

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