Rescued Dog Loses 35 Pounds Of Hair After Getting Its First Haircut In 6 Years

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Image courtesy of Amanda Brooke Charsha-Lindsey / Facebook

After spending six years in a barn stall, Lazarus is finally getting a second chance.

Amanda Brooke Charsha-Lindsey with the Big Fluffy Dog Rescue shared an inspiring photo (above) of a recently rescued great pyrenees named Lazarus to her Facebook page on Sunday. According to Charsha-Lindsey, Lazarus was kept in a barn stall for the past six years, and was in dire need of a haircut when groomer Candice Skelton rescued the pup. Continue »

This Artist Has Made Temporary Face And Body Tattoos Of Twitter And Instagram Profiles

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“Face Post” is the artist John Yuyi’s three-part series and a nod to social media via her aforementioned, now-signature transfer stickers. The stickers are reminiscent of the superhero tattoos you’d get in those packets of “cigarette” sweets, applied with a modest dunk of water but maintained the staying power of super-glue ­– it’s this use of familiar objects in a witty way that gives her work its relatability. Continue »

World’s Most Secure House: A Zombie Bunker

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The Safe House, designed by Robert Konieczny from KWK Promes in Poland, is made to be the world’s most secure home. With moveable concrete walls that seal shut, making The Safe House impregnable, it’s little mystery where people is going to run when the zombie apocalypse happens. The 6100 sq. ft Safe House is encapsulated in concrete walls. The walls can be configured to the owner’s desire and once safe inside, only a security code can open the home that also has an inner safety zone. Continue »

Simple Sheets Of Paper Get Transformed Into Amusing 3D Scenes

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Danish illustrator HuskMitNavn has a way with paper. He’s able to take a single sheet of paper and turn it into something truly impressive, and his style is totally unique. Continue »

The Rooms At This Hotel Are Inside Airstream Trailers On The Roof Of The Building

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Created out of a need to fill the space at an urban rooftop car park, James Fry came up with Notel, a unique boutique hotel made of six vintage Airstreams in an up and coming part of Melbourne, Australia. Each Airstream was gutted and redesigned by Edwards Moore Architects, FMSA Architecture and artist Ash Keating. In an effort to encourage guests to spend time in the city rather than in their rooms, the hotel isn’t staffed, has no dining facilities, gym, or hotel reception. Continue »

This Powerful Photo Series Inspired By Brock Turner Will Make You Think

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Brock Turner was sentenced to six months in June of 2016 for sexual assault. But only three months later he was released. In today’s society, sexual violence is dismissed as quickly as its perpetrators. It’s no wonder assaults go severely underreported. How can statements like “It was only 20 minutes of action” lead to so much inaction? We believe justice can’t be served until the sentence matches the severity of the crime.

Yana Mazurkevich, a 20-year-old student at Ithaca College in New York, decided to create a photo series about Brock’s release and its message is shockingly powerful. Continue »

Europe’s First Beer Fountain Opens In Slovenia

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Hundreds of beer lovers gathered in Slovenia recently to witness the unveiling of “Europe’s first beer fountain.” Six euros will get you a special glass that comes with a microchip that allows people to drink a limited amount of beer five times from one of the five different taps on hand. Continue »

Behemoth Bike: German Man Builds Heaviest Bike In The World

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Photo by Markus Scholz / AP

Using giant tires from an industrial fertilizer spreader and scrap steel, a German man has built a bicycle weighing 940 kilograms (2,072 pounds) that he plans to pedal into the record books as the world’s heaviest rideable bike. Frank Dose’s bike already outweighs the current Guinness World Record holder’s 860-kilogram (1,900-pound) contraption. Continue »

This Modern Dog House Is Designed To Fit Your Home’s Aesthetic

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This dog house design proves that they can be just as architecturally designed as any other house. After searching for something that would suit their own home and not finding anything, RAH:DESIGN decided to create their own and launched the MDK9 Dog Haus. Using the techniques and materials that are found in modern homes, like Brazilian Teak, powder-coated steel and concrete, they were able to create a dog house that would look good and be functional at the same time. Continue »

“Star Wars Bands”: Superfi Spoofs Popular Album Covers Using Star Wars Puns

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Tupacca – All Jediz on Me

The bloggers at Superfi have used the escalating hype to create something rather amusing: “Star Wars Bands,” a series of iconic album covers twisted to match Star Wars-related puns. Lady Gaga’s face from The Fame is mutated into a grinning “Lady JarJar”; Chewbacca throws up Tupac’s “westside” on the cover of 2paca: all jediz on me. Other spoofs include the Sex Pistols, Run-D.M.C., and Green Day. Clever and good-humored, “Star Wars Bands” will amuse music and movie lovers alike. Continue »

American Sculptor John Bisbee Makes His Pieces Out Of Steel Nails

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John Bisbee is an American sculptor living and working in Maine, whose whole body of work is made entirely from steel nails.Through bending and twisting and thoughtful arrangement of the nails, he creates large scale sculptural pieces that look like they could have come right from the earth. And, in an effort to create pieces that compliment the existing architecture of the buildings his work is installed in, he makes most of his sculptures on site. Continue »

Striking Hyper-Realistic Murals By Italian Graffiti Artist Jorit Agoch

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The artistic activity of Jorit is unique because he carries out graffiti and paintings on canvas at a very high technical level.He declares that his aim is to portray as close as possible to reality. This is possible only after a very thorough analysis and, subsequently, scrupulous reproduction with all kind of painting techniques.Together with this high technical level, Jorit sends an ethical message, has accompanied him since he started to paint. He considers the human face the most characterising part of humanity, almost like a totem to venerate. That is why he has concentrated on painting human faces with all their peculiarities. Continue »

Unbelievable Hair Sculptures By Tresse Agoche

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Photo by Delphine Diaw Diallo

French hair designer Tresse Agoche created these complex sculptures of hair as part of the highness project, a series of works combining the skills of four women envisioning the 21st century female archetype. The pieces combine the mediums of sculpture, design and photography to create striking visual imagery pushing the boundaries of human adornment. Continue »

Food Styling Lettering By Panco Sassano

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Fantastic Food Styling lettering work by Argentinian designer Panco Sassano. One of great work is the “A gusto” decorative lettering project, produced in collaboration with food stylist Anna Keville Joyce and photographer Agustín Nieto, Continue »

Magical Glow-In-The-Dark Bookmarks By Manon Richard

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Jewelry designer and photographer Manon Richard has been making fabulous glow-in-the-dark pieces for some time now, but this time she’s applied her technique to creating fabulous bookmarks for literature lovers. The bookmarks add a welcome element of magical realism to the covers of your favorite books, but they also serve a practical purpose as well – you’ll be able to find your books in the dark, Continue »