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 reading »

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 reading »

When Airplane Food Was First Class – A Mouthwatering Look At What In-Flight Meals Used To Be Like In The Golden Age Of Flying

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Have you ever had any complaints about the meals served up to you during a long-haul flight? They are admittedly not the same as they were before. You can now travel back in time to the golden age of flying when airline food was actually first class. Continue reading »

APWorks Introduces Light Rider, The World’s First 3D-Printed Motorcycle

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APWorks, a subsidiary of airplane manufacturer Airbus, has conceived the world’s first 3D-printed motorcycle that weights just 35 kilograms. With a 6 kW electric engine, the Light Rider goes from zero to 50 mph in just seconds and features a frame boasting a mere 6 kg. Continue reading »

First Photo Shoots Of Angelina Jolie When She Was 15 Years Old

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Angelina Jolie’s earliest modeling photographs are going under the hammer. The Hollywood star was just 15 when this racy collection of pictures was taken by photographer Harry Langdon. Jolie appears in the black and white pictures with slicked back wet hair, on all fours in a bikini and in a leopard print dress. The photographs are being sold by auction house ‘Profiles in History’ as part of their Original Vintage Glamour Photography. Continue reading »

Sense Of Water: The First And Highly Anticipated Photo Book By Finnish Photographer Susanna Majuri

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For the past fourteen years Susanna Majuri has been working with water. She uses water as if it were paint. It merges people and landscapes together, blurs the dimensions and adds a metaphorical depth to her photography. In her images Majuri composes multiple psychological and symbolically charged scenarios to mirror her innermost feelings. Continue reading »

The First Design-Protected Original AK47 Chair

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Here’s a chair fit for any firearm fanatic. Crafted from real AK-47s, this JamesEdition creation boasts style and innovation in its effort to pay homage to arguably one of the more infamous assault weapons. The inspiration came to artist Rainer Weber while he was reading a book on Michail Kalashnikov, creator of the AK. From here the chair was born. Continue reading »

Airbnb Launches Its First Underwater Bedroom Where Guests Are Surrounded By Sharks

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Photo by Charles Platiau / Reuters

Forget monsters in the wardrobe, thrill-seeking tourists will soon be able to sleep with sharks surrounding their bedroom when visiting the French capital. Aquarium de Paris is opening up its doors to allow visitors to sleep in the world’s first underwater bedroom on Airbnb. The room is submerged in the aquarium’s shark tank, which is home to 35 of the deadly animals. Continue reading »

First Look: Google’s New, More Subdued Headquarters

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Google’s much-hyped new campus has a somewhat new look After the City of Mountain View limited the buildable space, the tech company was forced to reduce the overall size of the complex. The overarching concept remains intact—a micro “city” of buildings lined by bike paths, outdoor walkways, and gardens—but, like many ambitious projects, it’s had to make some concessions when the reality of regulations sets in. Continue reading »

15 Comics That Perfectly Capture The First Year Of Being A Mom

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Becoming a new mom for the first time is an exciting and happy time. But it’s also a time of a lot of unknowns and frustrations. To work through the more difficult days, new mom Alison Wong decided to create “New Mom Comics” — a series of hilarious and spot-on comics that capture everyday parenting adventures. Check them out below! Continue reading »

The World’s First Line Of Dolls With Disabilities Is Now On The Market

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British toymaker Makies has released a line of dolls with disabilities. They were inspired by a social media campaign, Toy Like Me. The campaign encouraged parents of children with various disabilities to customise their toys, making them look more like real people. Continue reading »

15 Rare Photos Taken With The First Ever Kodak Photo Camera

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Travel back some 126 years and it’s there you’ll find world’s first point and shoot camera. It was created by by George Eastman the inventor who founded the Eastman Kodak Company. The world’s first handheld camera initially cost $25 which in today’s climate is around $600 USD today – expensive, but not unreasonable. Continue reading »

Europe’s First Underwater Sculpture Museum

Artist Jason deCaires Taylor’s Museo Atlantico, off Lanzarote, is peopled with concrete casts of refugees and people taking selfies.

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The Raft of Lampedusa, Jason deCaires Taylor’s modern-day concrete echo of Géricault’s The Raft of the Medusa. The work has particular significance given the huge movement of refugees across the sea to Europe – and the frequent fatalities that result. (Photo by Jason deCaires Taylor) Continue reading »

Capturing The Beauty Of The First Day Of Motherhood Through Photo

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Whether you’ve experienced becoming a new mother, or even witnessed it happening, everybody knows that it’s a life-changing, moving, and intense experience (to different degrees, of course). In order to capture this phenomenon, photographer Jenny Lewis has spent the past 5 years documenting images of new mothers with their 1-day-old babies. Continue reading »

3D-Printed Paintings Let The Blind “See” Famous Art For The First Time

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The Unseen Art project wants blind and visually-impaired people to be able to enjoy classical art in museums and galleries. With 3D-printing and an IndieGoGo fundraiser, their mission could soon be a reality. Continue reading »

384ft-Tall Apartment Tower To Be World’s First Building Covered In Evergreen Trees

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Stefano Boeri, an Italian architect with an affinity for innovative green structures, is set to build a 117m-tall (384ft) apartment tower in Lausanne, Switzerland, that will be the first building in the world to be covered in evergreen trees. Continue reading »

Adorable Baby Koala Poses for Her Very First Photoshoot

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Australia’s Symbio Wildlife Park is currently paying tribute to their adorable koala Imogen. The lovable joey will be celebrating her 1st birthday this coming weekend, so the park wants to look back on her life thus far. Even though Imogen is now happy and heathy, circumstances weren’t always smooth sailing. Continue reading »

Dad’s First Motorcycle Restored As Father’s Day Gift

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Joonas Torim, the designer from Estonian furniture company Oot-Oot Stuudio, made an incredible surprise to his father for this year’s Father’s Day. Restored to 99% authenticity, the story of the motorcycle K-125M from the year of 1954 is wonderful. Continue reading »

Here’s What You Need To Know About The World’s First Instafamous Ghost

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Meet Mr. Boo, the most famous ghost on Instagram. He lives in Spain and spends his time haunting the winding streets of various cities during the night. Sometimes he speaks to people he meets and is often found playing small jokes on lost tourists such as giving them wrong directions. Continue reading »

First Model Ever Who Has Different Colored Eyes

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Sarah McDaniel, a 20 year-old model, is the latest phenomena to attempt to break the internet. The model has complete heterochromia iridum, a condition where the irises of both eyes are differently coloured. Continue reading »

1968: Elton John’s First Photo Shoot

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Image: Val Wilmer/Redferns/Getty Images

Reginald Kenneth Dwight was born in 1947 in Pinner, a neighborhood in Greater London. By the age of three, Dwight was playing the piano. He showed an uncanny aptitude for music, and was soon taking formal lessons. At 11, he was admitted to the Royal Academy of Music on a scholarship. Continue reading »

Dad Creates First-of-Its-Kind Magical Book for His Son

Nikola Raykov, an inspired father turned author, created a unique book to teach his son that the choices we all make are ultimately our own responsibility.

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“The Big Adventure of the Little Gremlin allows kids to create their own fairytale,” says the writer. “It engages the little ones more than regular books and sparks their imagination.”, says Nikola to Bored Panda.

Although gamebooks exist since the eighties, Raykov’s GameTale seems to be the first original gamebook for little kids. In only a couple of years, the first two books in the series have become immensely popular in their home country – Bulgaria. They turned into an instant best-seller and won over 10 awards and nominations. Continue reading »

World’s First Origami Car Unveiled

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LEXUS have designed and made the Origami Car, with the help of Scales and Models. The car is made from 1700 individually cut pieces of cardboard, and will be on display at the Grand Designs Live show, at the NEC in Birmingham, England, from October 8th to 11th, 2015.
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Japan’s First Female Photojournalist Is Still Shooting At The Age Of 101

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At 101 years old, renowned Japanese photographer Tsuneko Sasamoto continues to express her artistic voice and capture stunning images. Considered to be her country’s first photojournalist at the age of 25, Sasamoto has been documenting history for over 70 years, including pre- and post-war Japan. Her photographs highlighted the country’s dramatic shift from a totalitarian regime to an economic superpower, and the social implications that arose from it. Continue reading »

Photo of the Day: First Aid

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A plastinated human body titled ‘First Aid’ is on display in the exhibition ‘Body Worlds and The Cycle of Life’ in Wroclaw, Poland, 26 September 2015. Continue reading »