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Takahiro Miyashita’s Architectural Artistry in Hi-End Speaker Design

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When fashion intersects with technology, it can lead to remarkable innovations. Celebrated fashion designer Takahiro Miyashita has branched into audio design, introducing a speaker that masterfully combines visual artistry with acoustic innovation. Continue reading »

German Factory Introducing the ‘“Double-Lambretta”, 1953

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In 1953, the NSU factory in Dusseldorf, Germany, introduced the “Double-Lambretta.” Initially designed for young couples, this small motorcycle could be expanded by joining it with another Lambretta to accommodate a growing family, effectively transforming into a small car that could carry two adults and two children, achieving speeds of up to 78 km/h and a fuel efficiency of 3.4 liters per 100 km. Continue reading »

At the Moment that The Sun Is Shining, a Fountain in Italy Appears to Be Gushing out Lava

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In 2009, L’Aquila, a city in central Italy, was devastated by an earthquake, resulting in extensive damage. Despite the destruction, the city embarked on a path of recovery and restoration. Continue reading »

Innovative Accessory Spotlight: The Hair Clip That’s Turning Heads With Realistic Eyes

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Ever wished for eyes on the back of your head? Now, with the ingenious and slightly eerie hair clip by Humans Since 1982, you can have just that. Continue reading »

Artist Crafts Imaginative Illustrations Transforming Common Items into Novel Creations

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With age, many of us start to ignore the simple pleasures in life, but individuals like Diego Cusano (previously featured), the “Fantasy Researcher” from Italy, keep their sense of childlike wonder alive. Continue reading »

The Lotus Esprit S1, Known as “Wet Nellie,” Was Featured in The James Bond Film “The Spy Who Loved Me,” and These Photographs Are Really Breathtaking

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The Lotus Esprit S1 was used in the 1977 James Bond film The Spy Who Loved Me, where it was affectionately dubbed “Wet Nellie.” This “car-submarine” became an iconic Bond vehicle, with its ability to transform from a car into a working submarine capturing the public’s imagination. Continue reading »

The Unique Style of Jose Gallego Gallego’s Fallas Art

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Jose Gallego Gallego, born on February 21, 1980, in Gandia, is a renowned Fallas artist. He began his career at the age of eighteen, apprenticing under notable artists like José Sanchis, Palacio, Serra, and Pere Baenas. Continue reading »

Beautiful Clay Characters and Still Lifes by Irma Grunholz

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Irma Gruenholz, a three-dimensional illustrator and sculptor based in Madrid, Spain, engages in a creative process centered on hand-sculpted illustrations using clay and various materials to achieve three-dimensional effects. Continue reading »

Small Japanese Fashion Brand Creates a Godzilla Shoes in The Honor of Oscar Win

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After Godzilla’s Oscar win, a little Japanese fashion brand gains popularity. Continue reading »

Who Killed Laura Palmer? Twin Peaks Inspired Undercover Fall Winter 2024-2025 Menswear Collection

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In a bold move, Jun Takahashi of Undercover draws inspiration from David Lynch’s Twin Peaks for the Fall Winter 2024-2025 Menswear Collection. With official authorization, Takahashi seamlessly blends Twin Peaks’ eerie world into his unique design aesthetic. The collection features title graphics and stills, encapsulating the series’ essence through intricate details and symbolic elements. Continue reading »

David Lozan’s Darkly Twisted Graffiti Artwork Featuring Well-Known Characters

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Enter the strange realm of Barcelona’s shuttered buildings, where forgotten walls are transformed into frightening works of art by artist David Lozano, commonly known as DavidL. Using spray cans as his instruments, Lozano gives figures like Rick Sanchez and Plankton life and transforms them into terrifying, captivating works of art. Continue reading »

“Bayeux Stitch”: Naughty Medeival Embroidery by Tanya Bentham

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Tanya Bentham is a well-known artist who specializes in medieval needlework. She uses detailed stitches and genuine colors to convey her love of the art form. Her Easter-themed masterpieces highlight her ability of over three decades of experience, which is the embroidery of medieval-themed themes. Continue reading »

This Artist Creates a Superb 3D Embroideries

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Embroidery artist Katerina Marchenko was born in Moscow and raised in a small yet charming city in the Kharkov region of Ukraine. Her educational journey led her to the Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation, where she graduated with a specialization in project management. Continue reading »

The Haunting Bird People Portraits by Sara Angelucci

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“Aviary” by Toronto-based artist Sara Angelucci overlays birds on vintage pictures, a popular photography style. These hauntingly strange human-animal hybrids indicate something more. “Aviary” shows that humans are vulnerable like environment and wildlife. It also discusses changing perspectives. Continue reading »

Stunning Photos from Dick Smith’s Do-It-Yourself Monster Make-Up Handbook Published in 1965

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“I wrote this book originally in 1965 to show young people how to have fun doing simple monster make-ups. It was published as a 60s magazine and was sold for many years as a back issue. Continue reading »

Urban by Accident: The Modern Graffiti Art by Yann L’Outsider

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Yann Le Berre, also known as Yann L’Outsider, was born in 1984. Introduced to graffiti at 17, he was drawn into the exhilarating rush of instinctive creation amidst the margins of legality. Continue reading »

Artist Makes Stunning Sculptutes From Scrap Metal And Other Discarded Objects

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Cindy Chinn, an artist with a strong aversion to waste, is constantly on the lookout for novel and cost-effective materials to incorporate into her artistic endeavors. She presents a series of sculptures as a testament to the vitality of recycled art. Continue reading »

Artist Crafts Mesmerizing Wire Sculptures that Breathe Life Into Metal

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Samuel Troyer introduces himself as a visionary artist specializing in crafting mesmerizing wire sculptures that breathe life into metal. Continue reading »

Awesome Transformations of Barbie Doll By Daniel Lima

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Barbie is more than a doll for youngsters. Barbie may still be fun for elderly folks, in different ways. Continue reading »

The Science Behind Michael Jackson’s Smooth Criminal Move

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In 1987, Michael Jackson stunned audiences with his iconic “Smooth Criminal” music video featuring a gravity-defying lean. Despite skepticism about special effects, Jackson later performed the move live worldwide, earning him the nickname “Moonwalker.” Continue reading »

Stunning Photographs of Bronze Traffic Signal Towers in New York City From the 1920s

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In the early 20th century, New York’s Fifth Avenue faced severe congestion, with a mix of horses, carriages, pedestrians, street cars, bicycles, and automobiles vying for space. Continue reading »

The New Masterpiece that Banksy Has Created on The Side of A Building in London Is Truly His Own

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Residents of Finsbury Park in London experienced a delightful surprise when a new mural by Banksy appeared overnight on Hornsey Road. Continue reading »

Designer Gleb Kostin Released Balaclavas that Will Turn You Into Kanye West and Bianca

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Designer Gleb Kostin lives in St. Petersburg and creates furniture, jewelry and clothing, as well as he is known for his collaborations with famous designers and design studios. Continue reading »

This Artist Creates Superb Fashionista Mixed-Media Collages

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The Warsaw, Poland-based artist Ania Augustynowicz specializes in motion design and mixed-media collage. Continue reading »

Tatra T77: One of the First Serial-Produced Automobiles

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Tatra, Czechoslovakian car brand, was known for its high-end luxury cars. In the 1920s, they invented the backbone chassis, and in the early 1930s, they created the Tatra Type 77, the first aerodynamic road car. Hans Ledwinka, his son Erich, and Erich Überlacker created the T77, with Zeppelin designer Paul Jaray designing its groundbreaking exterior. Continue reading »