Photo of the Day: Hyundai Car Parking from Above

Hyundai Motor Co. vehicles sit parked at a delivery center at the company’s factory in this aerial photograph taken in Asan, South Korea, on Tuesday, January 20, 2015. Hyundai, South Korea’s largest automaker, is scheduled to announce fourth-quarter earnings on Jan 22. (Photo by SeongJoon Cho/Bloomberg)

Paper Art by Tracy B

Paper Art by Tracy B

Collection of cool paper artworks by Tracy B, an artist from the United States.

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Contemporary Home by Pavel Voytov

Contemporary Home by Pavel Voytov

Contemporary residence visualization by Kiev, Ukraine – based interior designer Pavel Voytov.

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Beautiful Landscapes by Daniel Kordan

Daniel Kordan

Daniel Kordan is an professional photographer from Shatura, who currently based in Moscow, Russia. Daniel shoot a lot of landscape, nature and travel photography.

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“Red Tide”: The Natural Luminescence Phenomenon

Glow-in-the-dark blue waves caused by the phenomenon known as harmful algal bloom or “red tide”, are seen at night near Sam Mun Tsai beach in Hong Kong January 22, 2015. Algal blooms occur when there is a sharp growth in algae population in a water system, and are considered harmful when resulting in negative impacts on other organisms. Picture taken using long exposure. (Photo by Tyrone Siu/Reuters)

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Humanoid Robots at the National Museum of Emerging Science and Technology

Japanese android expert Hiroshi Ishiguro, left, talks with new talking robot Sota, right, Android robot Otonaroid, second left, and another talking robots CommU, center and second right, during a press event at the National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation Miraikan in Tokyo Tuesday, January 20, 2015. Ishiguro, the scientist behind the new talking robot in Japan says people should stop expecting robots to understand them, and instead try to chime in with robotic conversations. Ishiguro’s 28-centimer (11-inch) tall button-eyed Sota, which stands for “social talker”, is programmed to mainly talk with a fellow robot, and won’t be trying too hard to understand human speech – the major, and often frustrating, drawback of companion robots. (Photo by Shizuo Kambayashi/AP Photo)

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Awesome Digital Art by Charlie Romeo

Awesome Digital Art by Charlie Romeo

Charlie Romeo is a 26-year-old digital artist / illustrator based in Santiago, Chile. He’s currently working for Ilustre Municipalidad de Providencia. Let’s take a look at some of his artworks. Enjoy!

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Digital Illustrations by NewMilky

Digital Illustrations by NewMilky

Set of cool digital illustrations by Russian artist, NewMilky.

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Centre Street Loft by RAAD Studios

Centre Street Loft by RAAD Studios

The iconic 240 Centre Street building in the Nolita neighborhood of Manhattan was originally built between 1905 and 1909 and served as the New York City police headquarters until 1973. The building was converted into luxury condominiums in 1988 and became known as the Police Building Apartments. One of them was recently redesigned by RAAD Studios.

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Stunning Macro Photography by Kutub Uddin

Kutub Uddin

Kutub Uddin is a talented self taugh amateur photographer and student from Enfield, who currently based in London, UK. He shoot a lot of macro and long-exposure photography.

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Couple Recreates Movie Scenes with Cardboard and Their Baby

Every week of the last three months, Leon Mackie and his wife Lily recreate scenes from famous movies. It wouldn’t be so interesting if they didn’t involve in this activity their now 10-month old son Orson.

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ZumZum – Coolest Balance Bike Ever with Natural Suspension

A professional mountain biker, who has won many championships, Steve Peat has teamed up with the ZumZum team to create a super first kids bike with extremely flexible natural suspension in an eye-catching eco-design.

Children as young as 18 months can use this stylish, easy-to-ride bike. It has no pedals, so children must propel it with their feet. However, it is so well balanced that they can pick up their feet, and begin learning to balance a two-wheeled vehicle. This is not just a matter of putting wheels on a wooden shape, or taking the pedal off a regular bike. With 50mm of natural suspension, the patented wooden spring adjusts to the terrain, giving the child a smooth ride.

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Lava Photography by Bruce Omori

Bruce Omori

Bruce Omori is a photographer based in Hilo, Hawai‘i. Although he has been shooting full-time for just several years, his passion for the craft developed long ago. As a kid, it began as a fascination with the magical ability of film to capture a moment of time, being able to hold it in your hand, slip it in your pocket, and share it with the world… at school.

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Darcy is the Cutest Hedgehog on the Internet

Shota Tsukamoto has a page on instagram, where he publishes photos of his favorite pet, a hedgehog named Darcy.

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