Israeli woman, Nora Lifschitz, 28, holds an injured Egyptian fruit bat at her home in Tel Aviv February 21, 2016. Lifschitz says that she began caring for injured fruit bats from her home two years ago and now has some 70 of the flying mammals which she plans to release back into nature once they are healthy. Continue reading »
Kate Funk and her kitty sidekick, AC, live and work in Milwaukee, WI. It’s there at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design where Kate earned her BFA in photography. She now spends most of her days making cat costumes and dioramas while ingesting copious amounts of sugar and watching far too much television. AC spends his days napping, giving the stink eye to anyone who disrupts his naps, and getting tummy rubs from Kate. Continue reading »
The 1970’s fashion, often called the “Mc Decade”, began with a continuation of the mini skirts, bell-bottoms, and the androgynous hippie look from the late 1960s and eventually became one of the most iconic decades for fashion ever.
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Alec Avedissian never felt comfortable in a suit. Which is why he traded in his investment-banking job for a six-month surf trip through South America with his best friends. According to his website, the group travelled through six countries, ate local food, hiked volcanoes, and searched for the world’s longest left wave, which they found in Chicama, Peru. Continue reading »
Nowadays special effects are mostly done with computers. But back in 1977 look how “Star Wars” was being filmed, they didn’t have the kind of technology we have now. Continue reading »
Astrid Perez (L) and Ramon Camacho lay on the Playa during the Burning Man 2015 “Carnival of Mirrors” arts and music festival in the Black Rock Desert of Nevada, September 6, 2015. Sunday marks the last day of the sold-out festival that gathered approximately 70,000 people from all over the world. (Photo by Jim Urquhart/Reuters)
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Calling all Harry Potter super fans! You’ll love these HP quote illustrations. Continue reading »
Art is timeless and transcends all boundaries. It is a powerful form of expression capable of evoking myriad emotions and responses. In a stunning series of informative posters titled Inphilic, Paintcollar pays homage to legends in the field of art who have left a lasting impression on our lives and culture and left a legacy that will be remembered for centuries to come.
Perhaps the greatest artist of all time, Da Vinci was a certified genius. When he wasn’t painting stunning masterpieces, he was also a sculptor, architect, scientist, mathematician, engineer, musician…. the list goes on! His magnum opus, the Mona Lisa still draws thousands of admirers centuries after his death. History’s greatest polymath is also one of the world’s greatest cultural icons.
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Though small, the cataract slightly clouds Layla’s vision. In order to correct it as she grows, she needs to wear an eyepatch for two hours every day. If she continues to wear her patch, she’ll likely avoid getting a “lazy eye” when she’s older. But a plain eyepatch is kind of boring. That’s exactly why her awesome dad, a Redditor named “Gfgrubb,” decided to stylize each of them. The results? Pure awesomeness. Although Layla has to wear an eyepatch, she can learn to embrace it for the time being, thanks to her dad’s creativity. Continue reading »
Redditor Sunflower_Fortunado was moving into a new apartment, and her mom wanted to do something special. Using ticket stubs from movies that were important to her – she had been saving stubs since Zoolander in 2001 — Sunflower’s mom turned the stubs into fabric using Spoonflower.com.
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Artist FatCatCrafts offers all kinds of cool Sci-Fi pincushions. Whether you sew or not, these fun pincushions are just plain fun to have around and display. In her shop, you’ll find Boba Fett (Bubba Fatt), Ewoks, R2-D2 (Purr2D2), Doctor Who, Jawas (Catwa) and more. All looking like fat cats and ready to be poked if you need somewhere to park your needles. Continue reading »
Katie Uhlaender of the U.S. starts an unofficial women skeleton progressive training at the Sanki sliding center in Rosa Khutor, a venue for the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics near Sochi, February 5, 2014. (REUTERS/Murad Sezer) Continue reading »
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To create a professionally made, HIGH-QUALITY video like this would typically run you at least $5,000 but now you don’t need to spend all that money to compete with the big boys. The instructor, Miguel Hernandez is renowned in the startup community for his ability to create PHENOMENAL demo vids and has over a decade’s worth of experience. He’s created videos for Hipmunk, inDinero, Ashton Kutcher, and many more.
This is what happens when bus-mania meets creativity. A guy from Hungary built an amazing working place with a computer desk out of a scrapped bus cab. Continue reading »
The outer wall of the Fuzhou Dalijiacheng Building is densely covered with air conditioner compressor units, the entire building’s outer wall having over 500 air conditioning compressor units attached in total and still increasing, and has been called the most “Air Conditioner Wall” in Fuzhou history by city residents. Continue reading »
Inventor Bob Balow demonstrates how to use his invention, “The Original Pasta Fork.” Sliding fingers down the long spiral handle makes it rotate around the center prong of the fork, thus winding the spaghetti onto the fork. The fork can be ordered at http://www.theoriginalpastafork.com
An iconic alternative to the most popular yellow post-it notes, 3.5” floppy disk shaped sticky notes, designed for taking notes – attaching notes to documents and to other surfaces. Continue reading »
Check out outstanding industrial projects of international design craftsman Igor Chak. Continue reading »
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