Stunning Light Bridge Bookshelf By Roumelight

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Designed by Roumelight, this wall lighting installation with a bookshelf use consists of red pillars of the Golden Gate bridge and radial cables of the Rio Antirio bridge. A bookshelf and a lighting bridge together in one installation is a smart way to store your books.Combining warm white and red dimmable led light to create a comfortable atmosphere for your space. Continue »

Hilarious Winners Of The 2016 Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards

The first-ever comedy photo awards for animals in the wild was founded by wildlife photographer Paul Joynson-Hicks.

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A macro photograph of honey bee tentacles, titled, Just putting on my pearls before I hit the town, pictured by Murray Mcculloch for the Comedy Wildlife Photo Awards 2016, July 2015. (Photo by Murray Mcculloch/Barcroft Images/Comedy Wildlife Photo Awards) Continue »

Klein Bottle House By McBride Charles Ryan

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McBride Charles Ryan mixes up sculpture and architecture for his showstopping Klein Bottle House in Rye.

This weekend house is located on heavily ti-treed sand hills adjacent the ocean beach in Rye, Australia. Its spiral configuration is a spatial device which responds to the difficult topography, it is also a figure rich in coastal allusions. By passing the spiral back through itself the house has become the mathematical concept of the Klein Bottle. Continue »

An Artist’s Grocery List Becomes A Giant Monument In Central Park

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An immense granite monument to the mundane was erected in Central Park last week by the Public Art Fund. The 17-foot-tall stone slab is inscribed with a message that, by virtue of the medium, could outlast the civilization around it. For his new sculpture, MEMORIAL, British artist and author David Shrigley has carefully chosen words like “sausages,” “Nutella,” and “tampons”—like a deadpan “Ozymandias,” it’s possible the only record left of a post-apocalyptic New York City will be a grocery list. Continue »

Adobe Has Just Launched A Clothing Line With The Worst Stock Photos

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Adobe team has just launched a line of clothing featuring some of the worst stock images ever, and the weird part is that they actually look pretty cool (on slender and attractive models at least). The range is called Adobe Stock Apparel, and Adobe came up with the creative idea to promote their new royalty-free image service called Adobe Stock. Head over to the Adobe website to peruse the full range. They’re not for sale though, which is a shame, because if there’s one thing missing from my wardrobe it’s a t-shirt with a picture of a laughing woman eating a healthy vegetable salad on it. Continue »

Dreamlike Photos Of Burning Man By Victor Habchy

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Photographer Victor Habchy has attended the increasingly popular annual Burning Man gathering in Nevada’s Black Rock Desert for the past few years, and every year he leaves with surreal photos of dreamlike scenes thanks to dust storms, unusual artworks, and Habchy’s talented eye. Continue »

“I Saw A Lady Weighing Her Boob” – Strangest Things Seen Through Home Windows

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“My neighbour is completely obsessed with Justin Bieber. It’s actually a little bit odd. Apart from the posters all over the wall, I’ve even seen her sitting on her sofa with a life-size cut-out of him. Gives me the creeps!” Continue »

Mid-Century Grain Silo Transformed Into A Gorgeous, Affordable Home For Two

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Living in an old 1950s grain silo probably isn’t what comes to mind when you think of home sweet home, but take a look inside this stunning renovated silo-turned-home and you may start singing to a different tune. Architect Christoph Kaiser transformed a dismantled grain silo into an affordable and cozy home built for him and his wife. Located in downtown Phoenix, Arizona, this quirky and modern 340-square-foot dwelling boasts a small carbon footprint that has also had positive urban renewal benefits for the up-and-coming Garfield Historic District. Continue »

Street Art Around The World

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Larry Smart, a Miami-Dade County mosquito control inspector, uses a fogger to spray pesticide to kill mosquitos in the Wynwood neighborhood as the county fights to control the Zika virus outbreak on August 1, 2016 in Miami, Florida. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images) Continue »

“Tokyo Compression”: These Images Of Japanese Commuters Are Not For The Claustrophobic

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Michael Wolf’s series of photographs entitled ‘Tokyo Compression’ shows the everyday rush-hour commute of the poor souls who have to endure Tokyo’s packed subway cars. What’s most interesting is how well they tolerate the less-than appealing situation with no aggression and in total silence. Continue »

Finger Monsters: Make A “Monster Mash” Of Your Fingers

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“Here’s the church, here’s the steeple, open up the door and here’s all the… finger monsters!” Finger Monsters are one of our best selling products of all time. If you had them as a kid, you probably still have one stuck on a pencil on your desk at work. These 2″ tall fiends are perfect for low (and we mean really low) budget puppet shows. Each one has a different excited facial expression ranging from a panic-induced menace to a menacing panic, so the possibilities are endless. Set of eight (one of each style). Continue »

Teens In Britain Are Taking Driving Lessons In BMW Supercars

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The BMW i8 is a far cry from what most driving schools use to teach their students. But Bill Plant London isn’t most schools, and they’re letting their students get behind the wheel of a BMW i8 for £198 ($260) a lesson. Continue »

Photographer Captures Women Reaching The Highest Point Of Physical Pleasure

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Albert Pocej has been a professional photographer for 10 years and he explored female sexuality through an interesting experiment. He found 15 models to pose for him and let him photograph them as they had real orgasms, and these photos of the result of all their hard work. Continue »

Mind-Blowing 3D Graffiti And Paintings By Italian Street Artist Peeta

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Italian artist Manuel Di Rita, aka Peeta, using various gradients and shadows, obtains an amazing effect that makes the paintings look like they hover off the surface. Continue »

Superb Giant Monkey-King-Shaped Transformer Statue Displayed In Chinese City Of Qingdao

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A huge Monkey King-shaped transformer monument has risen in Qingdao, east China’s Shandong Province. The transformer stands more than 10 meters (33ft) high and is made of discarded auto parts. This is what I call creativity. Awesome piece of art. Continue »