CureWear: Lifestyle Apparel Designed to Provide Comfort for Cancer Patients and to Inspire Supporters

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CureWear is lifestyle apparel designed to provide comfort for cancer patients during treatment while inspiring their friends and family

There is nothing comfortable about cancer.

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Cool Digital Illustrations by Yannick Bouchard

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A must-see collection of digital portrait illustrations by Canadian artist Yannick Bouchard.

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Kobe Maitamon O House

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This black and white two family house situated in Kobe, Japan was designed by Love Design Homes.

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Praha Erotic Film Festival

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Posters promoting the Erotic Film Festival in the Polish movie theatre Kino Praha. Based on iconic characters and scenes from classic blockbusters, giving them a little twist (not always a little one!).

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Daily Gadget Inspiration #182

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Get yourself a sleek and efficiently carved Mid Century Desk by Jeremiah Collection in order to make your desktop computer arrangement look the neatest of all. Carved out of solid eastern black walnut that has a natural sap finish, the desk looks an absolute class in the world of minimal furniture designs available today.

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Robot Restaurant in Eastern China

Located in Kunshan, eastern China, the restaurant relies on over a dozen machines for tasks such as greeting customers, waiting on tables and cooking basic meals. The eatery becomes the third café in the world to rely on the use of robot employees, potentially giving a glimpse into how future businesses could operate. Speaking to a local newspaper, owner Song Jugang explained that the robots cost around £4000 (≈6600 USD) – the same as the yearly pay for a human employee. There are drawbacks to using the robots which is why Mr Jugang still relies on humans, hiring a handful to work in the kitchen and cook dishes too complex for their mechanical countrparts. The futuristic machines have a limited vocabulary and take two hours to charge enough to complete a five hour shift but give an insight into how far robot technology has come.

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This photo taken on August 13, 2014, shows a robot carrying food to customers in a restaurant in Kunshan. It’s more teatime than Terminator – a restaurant in China is electrifying customers by using more than a dozen robots to cook and deliver food. (Photo by Johannes Eisele/AFP Photo)

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Free PSD Templates & Elements

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Free bundle from PSD Land. Enjoy this PSD templates and elements ;)

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Illustrations by Alice Meichi Li

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Collection of amazing illustrations by Alice Meichi Li, an artist from the US.

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Monocle’s 2014 Quality of Life Survey Lists the Top 25 Most Liveable Cities

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1. Copenhagen, Denmark

For the second year in a row, Copenhagen has claimed the number one spot. This makes the Danish capital the first three-time winner of the report. Filling out the rest of the top three, Tokyo has risen to second place and Melbourne has slipped to third.

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Concret (e) by Fabi Architekten

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Situated in Regensburg, Germany, this modern concrete house was recently completed by Fabi Architekten.

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Cats Attack Kim Jong-un and Vladimir Putin

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The claws are out for North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un and Russia’s Vladimir Putin – as cats now able to use a model of him as a scratching post. And moggies can also maul at Russian president Vladimir Putin, whose face also features on the new cat toys which are 1.5ft tall and cost £4,500. They are made from hessian rope, and 3D-printed faces are then attached to the posts, before they are handpainted. The toys took a team of artists 200 hours to finish.

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Photo of the Day: The Love for Yoghurt

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This hedgehog got it’s nose stuck in a yoghurt pot. Returning to the police station after a night dealing with burglaries, car crashes and a punch up in a betting shop, the last thing two German police officers expected was this prickly customer in the headlights of their patrol car. The hedgehog had apparently raided the dustbin of a nearby house and had got it’s nose stuck in a tasty yoghurt pot as it attempted to scoop the remains out from the bottom. Unable to see or smell, it had wandered around blindly and ended up in the middle of the road just as the police patrol car turned up at the road in the city of Offenburg in south-western Germany’s Baden-Wuerttemberg state.

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Japan’s Pachinko Parlours

Pachinko is a mechanical game originating in Japan and is used as both a form of recreational arcade game and much more frequently as a gambling device, filling a Japanese gambling niche comparable to that of the slot machine in Western gaming. A pachinko machine resembles a vertical pinball machine, but has no flippers and uses a large number of small balls. The player fires balls into the machine, which then cascade down through a dense forest of pins. If the balls go into certain locations, they may be captured and sequences of events may be triggered that result in more balls being released. The object of the game is to capture as many balls as possible. These balls can then be exchanged for prizes.

Pachinko machines were originally strictly mechanical, but modern ones have incorporated extensive electronics, becoming similar to video slot machines. Pachinko parlors are widespread in Japan, and they usually also feature a number of slot machines (called pachislo or pachislots); hence, these venues operate and look similar to casinos. Modern pachinko machines are highly customizable, keeping enthusiasts continuously entertained. Gambling for cash is illegal in Japan. Balls won cannot be exchanged directly for money in the parlor. The balls are exchanged for tokens or prizes, which are then taken outside and exchanged for cash at a place nominally separate from the parlor.

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Visitors play at Dynam’s pachinko parlour in Fuefuki, west of Tokyo June 19, 2014. Japan’s once-booming pachinko industry, grappling with a greying customer base and the threat of new competition from casinos, is adopting a softer touch and smoke-free zones to lure a new generation of players, particularly women. Pachinko, a modified version of pinball, is a fading national obsession, with about 12,000 parlours nation-wide and one in thirteen people playing the game. But that figure is declining as the population shrinks and younger people prefer games on their mobile phones. (Photo by Issei Kato/Reuters)

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The Moment After the Show

“That’s the only way to show how we really are” – sweaty, exhausted, but happy, actress and singer Juliette Lewis said about the idea of a photo collection capturing musicians moments after a concert. Photographer Matthias Willi and journalist Olivier Joliat have persuaded about 100 bands to take part in their “The Moment After the Show” project since 2005.

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“The Moment After the Show”: Juliette Lewis of The Licks. (Photo by Matthias Willi/Olivier Joliat/The Moment After The Show)

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Creative mouth art | Laura Jenkinson

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Creative Mouth Art by London-based make up artist Laura Jenkinson that creates funny comic characters as Shrek, Nemo, Taz, Popeye and many others. You can find all collection in her Instagram page.

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