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Animals

Adorable Photos of People Growing Up With Their Pets

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Take a look at this adorable photo series of pets growing up over the years with their human companions.

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Art

What NYC Skyline Would Look Like on Other Planets

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Artist Nickolay Lamm has imagined what the New York City skyline would look like if it existed on other planets.

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Technology

Terrafugia Plans to Release The World’s First Flying Car

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Terrafugia recently announced a new model they have been working on called the TF-X, which will be the world’s first flying car.

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Technology

Solar Powered Window Socket

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This clever electrical outlet is powered by solar energy. The socket simply attaches via a suction plate to any window, allowing you to charge any small electrical device.

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Art

Portraits Produced From DNA Found in Public Spaces

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New York artist Heather Dewey-Hagborg collects DNA samples from discarded gum and cigarette butts off the streets and then uses a computer program to create a model of what the person may look like.

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Art

Dreamy Self Portraits of a Former Dancer

 Dreamy Self Portraits of a Former Dancer

A series of self portraits of a dancer who discovered a passion for photography after having to end her dancing career due to repeated injury to her knee.

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Art

The World’s Largest Rubber Duck in Hong Kong

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Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman has revealed the world’s largest rubber duck in Hong Kong’s Victoria Harbour.

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Architecture

10 Buildings That Changed America

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10 Buildings That Changed America is a new PBS special that will explore the history and design of some of America’s most significant architecture.

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Art

If Super Mario Characters Were Hipsters

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22 year old artist Sam Milham has reimagined some of the characters from ‘Super Mario’ as hipsters.

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Art

Masking Tape Street Art

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Australian street artist Buff Diss creates works of art out of masking tape.

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Photos

Couple of N3rds Create Series of Funny Engagement Photos

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A Couple of N3rds decided to play with the awkwardness of engagement photos and create a series that is sure to make you laugh.

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Design

Watch Meets Ring With the “Ring Clock”

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The clock is embedded directly into the band of the ring, and as time changes the ring rotates.

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Art

Dad Draws on Children’s Sandwich Bags Every Day for 5 Years

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Graphic designer and dad extraordinaire David LaFerriere has been drawing on his children’s sandwich bags with sharpies since 2008.

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Music

Evolution of Music

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In a YouTube video called Evolution of Music, ten centuries of music is condensed into four and a half minutes.

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Architecture

Astley Castle Renovation by Witherford Watson Mann Architects

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The Astley Castle near Nuneaton, Warwickshire has been restored and is now open to the public. The castle, which dates back to the 1200s, was damaged by fire in 1978 and had fallen beyond a normal conservation approach.

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