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A Yummy Cat Bed Shaped Like a Fluted Tart Crust That Comes With Plush Fruit to Keep Kitty Company

The feline-focused Japanese novelty company Felissimo has created an adorable cat bed shaped like the fluted crust of a fruit tart and even comes with hand stitched pillows in the shapes of various fruits and berries to keep kitty comfy and complete the look of a yummy desert. The bed …

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Artist Painstakingly Reassembles a Bank of England Five Pound Note Out of Shredded Fiver Misprints

Martin John Callanan, a talented artist, painstakingly reassembled a Bank of England Five Pound Note from a pile of misprinted, uncirculated shredded fivers. Callanan captured the entire reconstruction process in an amazing eleven-minute timelapse that shows just how much detail went into this piece. A Bank of England five pound …

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Certain Specific Issues and Behaviors That Can Impede a Person’s Ability to Fall Asleep Quickly

In a highly attentive episode, Life Noggin, narrator Pat Graziosi aka Blocko addresses some conditions, issues and behaviors that may impede a person’s ability to falling asleep quickly. These concerns include consuming too much caffeine, eating protein too late in the day, the temperature of the room, the environment being …

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Artist Photoshops Plastic Toy Godzilla Figurine Into Real World Situations During His Travels

A post shared by Kieran Murray ? (@ryangodzilling) on Oct 13, 2017 at 11:37am PDT Los Angeles filmmaker and artist Kieran Murray has created Ryan Godzilling, a series of travel photos where Murray Photoshopped his plastic toy Godzilla figurine, named Ryan, into real world situations. Kieran’s full collection of photos …

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Omoshiroi Block, A Memo Pad That Reveals an Elaborate Embedded Design as the Paper Is Used

A post shared by ??????????_official (@triad_inc) on Dec 30, 2017 at 9:56pm PST The Japanese paper company Triad has created the wonderful Omoshiroi Block, a unique memo pad with an intricate design embedded inside that gets slowly revealed as the paper on the pad is used. Amongst these wondeful designs …

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Family Shares Hilarious Cartoonish Results of a Photo Shoot With ‘Professional’ Photographer

Dave and Pam Zaring hired “professional” photographer Lesa Hall to take a series of family photos. What the Zarings ended up receiving, instead, was a collection of hilariously edited images that features everyone’s face looking like a cartoon. According to Pam, “the shadows were really bad on the beautiful, clear, …

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How Animator Richard Williams Simulated Fluid Camera Movement Using One Drawing Per Frame

In a very illustrative video essay, Andrew Saladino of The Royal Ocean Film Society takes a look at legendary animator Richard Williams and his incredible ability to simulate fluid, three-dimensional camera movements just by decreasing the ratio to one drawing per frame. Most animation at the time was usually created …

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Photo Of The Day By Bert de Tilly

Photo By Bert de Tilly Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Focus Point” by Bert de Tilly. Photo of the Day is chosen from various OP galleries, including Assignments, Galleries and the OP Contests. Assignments have weekly winners that are featured on the OP website homepage, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. To get your photos in the running, all …

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Tamron SP 24-70mm F/2.8 Di VC USD G2

Sunrise on the Snake River, Grand Teton National Park. Nikon D750, Tamron SP 24-70mm F/2.8 Di VC USD G2 @ 24mm. Exposure: 2 secs., ƒ/22, ISO 100. In the fall of 2015, Tamron began introducing new versions of popular lenses with upgraded construction and ergonomics. It began with several primes …

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Photo Of The Day By Tanmay Sapkal

Photo By Tanmay Sapkal Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Gods Descending” by Tanmay Sapkal. Location: Keyhole Arch, Pfeiffer Beach, California. “For a few weeks each year during the winter solstice, the sun casts an ethereal glow through Keyhole Arch on Big Sur’s Pfeiffer Beach at sunset that is absolutely …

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