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Artist Appears to Tie a Knot In the Middle of a 450 Year Old Wooden Pillar at a German Museum

A post shared by Redbubble Create (@redbubblecreate) on Feb 10, 2018 at 11:09am PST British installation artist Alex Chinneck, who previously created a house facade that appeared to be sliding off and a car parked upside down on a curved piece of asphalt, moved his talent indoors. In a piece …

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Photo Of The Day By Tim Williams

Photo By Tim Williams Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Steely Olstind” by Tim Williams. Location: Lofoten, Norway. “Snow clouds begin to gather around the famous Lofoten Islands landmark, Mt. Olstind,” says Williams. “By the next morning, its face would be covered in snow. I liked a long exposure here …

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Photo Of The Day By Nadeem Sufi

Photo By Nadeem Sufi Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Tender Moments” by Nadeem Sufi. Location: Churchill, Manitoba. “I had the adventure of a LIFETIME photographing the fresh-out-of-the den polar bear mom with her cubs, basking in the fresh snow, under a setting sun, giving this beautiful warm glow to …

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A Haunting Acoustic Cover of the Interstellar Theme Played Beautifully on a Traditional Oud

In response to a request from his fans, musician Ahmed Alshaiba performed a haunting acoustic cover of the theme from the film Intersteller with a combination of piano, drum and a traditional oud, which he played beautifully. Alshaiba remarked that the song was a bit scary at first. This song …

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A Little Hummingbird Relaxes For a Moment to Enjoy a Refreshing Rain Shower Before Flying Away

Hummingbirds always seem to be in a frantic hurry, so when one stands still, it’s a quite an aberration. Luckily someone had a camera nearby to capture the beautiful image of a tiny, ruby-throated hummingbird relaxing for a moment on the feeder to truly enjoy a refreshing summer rain shower …

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Deliciously Real Looking Crocheted Food

Yarn artist Trevor Smith creates absolutely delicious looking meals, salads, appetizers and desserts using his immense talent for crochet. Smith lives in Portland, Victoria, Australia where he shows and sells his work. In addition to his fabulous foodstuff, Smith also crochets tea cosies that look like people from all over …

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Projection Wall, A Manually Operated Netted Screen That Releases Giant Soap Bubbles When Raised

Kinetic installation artist Rintaro Hara of the Hara Seal Factory of Japan created the “Projection Wall“, a very fun and clever hand operated framed netted wall that releases giant soap bubbles whenever the string is pulled and the wall is raised. Haru stated that he was inspired to create this …

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An Animated Pictorial of 110+ Years of Damrak, Amsterdam as Seen Through a Store Window

In the very clever animated pictorial “Passing By“, the very talented, award winning illustration team Job, Joris & Marieke shows the styles of the past hundred years of the highly traveled Damrak in Amsterdam as seen through the window of the De Bijenkorf department store. This animation is part of …

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The Lead Designer of BARK Explains What Goes In to Creating the Perfect Dog Toy

Quartz visited the New York City offices of BARK to speak with the creative lead Mikkel Holm Jensen about what goes into designing toys for dogs. Jensen, an industrial designer who had previously worked at LEGO’s Future Lab likened making toys for children to making toys for canines. Designing toys, …

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A Man Tearfully Mourns His Dying, Hospital Ridden Anthropomorphic Smartphone

In a silly College Humor skit, comedian Mike Trapp is waiting in a hospital hallway when he’s called in by a doctor who tells him that his phone is dying and doesn’t have long to live. After exploring any and all options, Trapp and his anthropomorphic smartphone (Raphael Chestang) come …

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