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The New Reebok Furylite “Triple White” Sneakers Looks Very Hot This Summer

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We’re at the midway point of summer, meaning we’re at peak white sneaker, with cleanly appointed kicks continuing to land on store shelves at a steady pace.

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The New Tesla Model M Concept Bike

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Seeking to push the limits for a brand still considered to be well ahead of its time, independent designer Jans Slapins puts forth his vision for an electric powered motorcycle. Dubbed the Tesla Model M Concept, the machine shows just what the innovative brand could present to buyers looking for the comforts and technology of a Tesla car combined with the unmatched feel of a motorcycle.

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Futuristic Solar-Powered Tree “eTree” In Israel

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The first solar-powered station designed to look like a tree provides users with a free Wi-Fi spot charging station, seating and cool drinking water.

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Beautiful Works Of Creative Photographer Hannes Kutzler

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Hannes Kutzler is a passionate and creative artist and photographer as his work cleary demonstrates always focusing exclusively on high-end commercial photography. Hannes has always been interested in the arts and as a child experimented with painting, drawing and animation. After 15 years experience in several parts of photography, in 1994 hannes began to experiment with digital compostion work and discovered his passion.

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Hand-Built Porcelain Sculptures by Nuala O’Donovan Mimic Fractal Patterns Found in Nature

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Irish artist Nuala O’Donovan sculpts intricate hand-built porcelain forms that resemble fractal patterns found in nature. Borrowing from shapes found in coral, teasel flowers, and pinecones, O’Donovan examines not only patterns, but irregularities that arise from random or unexpected events.

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These Hi-Tech Ballet Shoes Demonstrates The Physical Movement Of Dancers’ Feet

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Trying to keep your eye on a dancer’s ballet shoe is not unlike attempting to follow a hockey puck as it glides between packed bodies on ice. A ballerina kicks and twirls, pirouettes and arabesques, throwing his or her body into a flurry of motions guided by the precise movements of carefully trained feet. Those feet meet floor and space in graceful yet chaotic ways, moving from one edge of the stage to another in hypnotic patterns that pull the eye along with them.

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Absolutely Heart Melting Pictures of Smiling Babies By Sandi Ford – Newborn Photography

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London based newborn photography specialist Sandi Ford has captured the super infectious and heart melting smiles of babies. Sandi discovered this adorable smiles when doing a normal newborn session. She noticed the baby would occasionally let out these huge grins – check out the pictures below.

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Unbelievable Hyper-Realistic Pastel Drawings On Boards Of Wood By Ivan Hoo

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Singapore based artist Ivan Hoo exudes pure talent. He started out looking at the works of season artist. Today, he is making works of art that is nothing short of perfection.

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Photographer Places Mirrors Into Industrial and Natural Landscapes to Look Both Beyond and Behind

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For Guillaume Amat‘s “Open Fields” project he placed a mirrored stand in various landscapes, reflecting the opposing environment back within the image to create a double interpretation of the surrounding scene. These reflections contain dark figures against bright fields, homes in barren landscapes, bits of foliage contained within stretches of industry, and even a horse that pops into the frame.

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Photo of the Day: Airborne

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“Airborne” of the Detroit Pistons Flight Crew goes heels over head during a high flying basketball dunking show for the amazed fans at the 33rd Annual Metro Detroit Youth Day on Belle Isle in Detroit, Wednesday, July 15, 2015. (Photo by Daniel Mears/Detroit News via AP Photo)

Women in China Wear the ‘Facekini’ in New Beach Trend

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Zhang Shifan tries on a face-kini mask as she demonstrates her products at an exhibition in Qingdao, Shandong province, China, May 22, 2015. (Photo by Reuters/Stringer)

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An Artist Created Stunning Body Paintings Glow Under Black Lights

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Artist John Poppleton continues to utilize the human body as a canvas when painting stunning landscapes that glow under black lights. From summery African savannas to energetic lightning storms, the body painter has the ability to capture various mesmerizing scenes on the curves of the human physique. These radiant vistas are centered on a subject’s back, but branch off to include the arms, legs, and even head. Some Bodyscapes also feature more than one person, showcasing Poppleton’s skilled abilities and the human form’s great potential.

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This Guy Took Engagement Photos With A Burrito

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As a response to the countless engagement and wedding photos that clutter any 20-something’s Facebook newsfeed, San Francisco-based writer David Sikorsky took some romantic engagement pictures with his one true love – a carne asada burrito from Taqueria La Cumbre, his favourite Mexican food joint in town.

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The Real Meaning Of Things We Say

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According to an artist Sam Omo: “This is an ongoing project I started after I realized dictionaries weren’t actually helping me when it comes to understanding the true meaning of words. They use a bunch of words and explain the meaning of them.”

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Undertaker Couple Take Coffin-Themed Wedding Photos

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When Jenny Tay and her fiancé, Darren Cheng, say, “Until death do us part,” they really, really mean it. The couple took beautiful wedding photos, choosing to pose in their gown and tuxedo with a large, gleaming white casket. They posed sitting on the coffin and even snuggled up inside of it.

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