An Adorable Line of Miniature ‘Bread Cat’ Shaped Resin Toys That Look Good Enough to Eat

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Korean designer Rato Kim has created a really adorable line of catloaf toys that range from the very realistic to the surreal. The toys are crafted from resin and can be easily mixed and matched with other equally adorable toys of Kim’s design. Continue reading »

Japan’s Terrifying Road Is Enough To Give The Most Confident Driver Nightmares

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It is a hill start to give even the most confident learner driver nightmares. The Eshima Ohashi bridge in Japan – the third largest of its kind in the world – rises sharply so ships can pass underneath. The concrete road bridge spans a mile across Lake Nakaumi, linking the cities of Matsue and Sakaiminato. Continue reading »

This Portuguese Artist Creates 3D Paintings That Look Real Enough To Touch

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Portuguese street artist Odeith creates 3D anamorphic works of art that are unbelievably lifelike. He has a magical ability to make spray paint come alive and leap off the walls.
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Mother Photographs Her Two Daughters To Prove They Are Enough Just The Way They Are

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Image credits: Kate Parker

Society tries to tell little girls to base their self-worth on their looks. But Kate Parker, an Atlanta, Georgia-based photographer and mother of two gorgeous girls, decided to challenge that notion. She says strong is the new pretty. Continue reading »

Tokyo’s Giant Cat Billboard Is Big Enough To Pet

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A new billboard went up in Tokyo’s Shibuya Station. It’s of a giant black cat. It seems you can pet the giant cat. That, or stick your fingers in its nose. All your fingers. Continue reading »

Writing Your Name in Sand Big Enough to be Seen from Space

You need about 2 miles of sand to carve your name big enough and a crew of hired hands to dig. But a billionaire sheikh from Abu Dhabi, Hamad bin Hamdan al Nahyan, has done just that. As seen from a satellite in this image taken from Google maps, the name Hamad is clearly seen from space. On Google map. (Google maps / DigitalGlobe / GeoEye) Continue reading »