Knit Your Own iPhone
Knit Your Own iPhone
Obviously, I thought, a kid needs his own iPhone so he won't play with his dad's. So I asked my mom if she could knit one. And she did. picked by suebe 1 year ago
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 Bird On A Wire Houses
Bird On A Wire Houses
All over the world, birds are rockin' in their new homes on wires. picked by suebe 1 year ago
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 Signs of the Times
Signs of the Times
Meet Wayne Reuben, who hand draws the hundreds of price signs for a Toronto market. picked by suebe 1 year ago
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 13 Useful & Fun Things You Can Print At Home
13 Useful & Fun Things You Can Print At Home
There are easy ways to print out CD covers and lots of other fun things without needing to download or buy special software. Take a look at some of these useful and fun things you can print at home. picked by kakana 1 year ago
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 All 120 Crayon Names, Color Codes and Fun Facts
All 120 Crayon Names, Color Codes and Fun Facts
The average child in the United States will wear down 730 crayons by his 10th birthday (or 11.4 boxes of 64s). Kids, ages 2-8, spend an average of 28 minutes each day colouring. Combined, children in the US spend 6.3 billion hours colouring annually, almost 10,000 human lifetimes! picked by 2manyusernames 1 year ago
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 The artist with the feather-light touch who paints on discarded swan plumes
The artist with the feather-light touch who paints on discarded swan plumes
Painted onto elegant swan quills, these beautiful examples of feather-art really are fit for a Queen.

Painstakingly created by English artist Ian Davie, each individual piece painted over the royally protected bird's feathers can take up to one week to complete. picked by AutumnLotus 1 year ago
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 4 Year old sells paintings for $2,000
4 Year old sells paintings for $2,000
Marla Olmstead paints using her fingers, brushes and spatulas, and has sold 25 paintings for around $40,000. picked by Ankabout 1 year ago
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 Are Your Eyes Playing Tricks on You?
Are Your Eyes Playing Tricks on You?
What is 13 stories high, has 3,500 steps and is 100 feet deep? Right, this well, but do you believe it exists as shown in the photograph? Or has the symmetry been achieved with a little help from Photoshop? Not sure? We looked at it as if it were one of those wacky 3D-images and still weren’t sure. Read on for more details… picked by Bornbad 1 year ago
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  1 Photo. 3 Words. 365 Days
1 Photo. 3 Words. 365 Days
Created by Peter Bruce, 1 Photo. 3 Words. 365 Days's mission statement is clean and simple. Bruce finds a person on the street that he doesn't know, snaps their photo, and asks them for three words that describe how they are feeling at that moment. "Free, Wild, Crazy" is pictured picked by suebe 1 year ago
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 Sculptural Weirdness in Public Places
Sculptural Weirdness in Public Places
Maddeningly bizarre, "cast in stone" - so people will have to live with it! picked by AutumnLotus 1 year ago
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 U.S. Pole Dance Champion!!!
U.S. Pole Dance Champion!!!
The winner, who will proudly represent the United States at the elite Miss Pole Dance Australia 2009 competition, was Jenyne Butterfly from Las Vegas. More at Sports Illustrated and The US Pole Dance website picked by suebe 1 year ago
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 Create Stunningly Realistic High Dynamic Range Photographs
Create Stunningly Realistic High Dynamic Range Photographs
In the right hands, high dynamic range imaging can blend multiple exposures of the same scene to more closely reproduce what your eye can see. Here's how to do HDR the right way.

*check out the links* picked by Bornbad 2 years ago
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 Suburban Suffering: John Cheever
Suburban Suffering: John Cheever
With self-flaying candor Cheever had recorded day after day, beginning in 1939, a sorry story of incest with his beloved brother, Fred; of pain and bitterness and contempt for his wife; of relentless sexual predation.John Cheever picked by Bornbad 2 years ago
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 The Etch-A-Sketch: Artist uses toy to draw famous faces
The Etch-A-Sketch: Artist uses toy to draw famous faces
Twisting the knobs moves a stylus that removes aluminum powder from the back of the screen, leaving a black line.
George Vlosich, from Ohio, created the image especially for an art gallery show to celebrate the first black President’s inauguration.
He has also produced Etch A Sketch portraits of Will Smith, Tiger Woods, Muhammed Ali and The Beatles. picked by bingo 2 years ago
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 "208 OSEOsidades” by Saúl Hernández
"208 OSEOsidades” by Saúl Hernández
Extraordinary sculptures by Saúl Hernández (from Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico). The “208 OSEOsidades” is a collection of 21 bronze sculptures of 21 centimeters in height. He uses the most common representation of death which is the human skeleton in a 1:8 scale replica of a real skeleton. picked by Bornbad 2 years ago
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 Retrofuture Fashion: 11 Ways Yesterday Dresses for Tomorrow
Retrofuture Fashion: 11 Ways Yesterday Dresses for Tomorrow
Imagineering the future means sweating the details no matter how small, and future fashion has always loomed large when writers and artists want to get the image just right. What will our heroes and heroines wear on the day after tomorrow? picked by Bornbad 2 years ago
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 Bad Paintings of Barack Obama
Bad Paintings of Barack Obama
What it says above. picked by suckersklub 2 years ago
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 Scanwiches
Scanwiches
Scans of sandwiches for education and delight. picked by suckersklub 2 years ago
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 Father Throws "Stripper Pole" Parties for Teen Son
Father Throws "Stripper Pole" Parties for Teen Son
The father of a Pennsylvania high school student is facing criminal charges for a party he threw in his home where teens as young as 14 drank rum, vodka, and beer and cheerleaders danced on a stripper pole he had installed in his basement. More here picked by suebe 2 years ago
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 The Most Colorful Birds
The Most Colorful Birds
Amazing and Fascinating Captures of the Most Colorful Birds picked by cactushair 2 years ago
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 Naked People (NSFW)
Naked People (NSFW)
"The clothes are our second skin. They can veil us, reveal us, reflect upon our inner, or even hide who we are. A suit makes us suspect the person is banker, office clerk, insurance clerk, etc. In our society, this is a characteristic of professionalism. But how far is this assumption from the truth? Can we fully trust the envelope? Can the illusion be destroyed if a tattoo comes to light un... read full post picked by TheAnt314 2 years ago
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 The Dutch artist with a true head for art complete with pebbles, carpet and wood
The Dutch artist with a true head for art complete with pebbles, carpet and wood
From pebbles, to biro, to carpet. Each material is yet another way for Levi van Veluw to use on his skull which acts as a canvas.

The Dutch artist, posing in the same position, has managed to turn his head into a mini forest and a snowscape.

Other eye-catching pieces see him covering his face and shoulders in ink patterns, tree bark and hair. picked by AutumnLotus 2 years ago
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 DQ Books
DQ Books
Another very cool and beautiful online magazine. Unfortunately DQ Books releases are not frequent. picked by Bornbad 2 years ago
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 Flight Patterns Over the U.S.
Flight Patterns Over the U.S.
Two million flights pass through New York's airspace each year. Artist Aaron Koblin used images from his piece, Flight Patterns, to create a Google map representing air traffic across the United States over a 24-hour period. Check out the animation video at the artist's site. picked by suebe 2 years ago
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 Retrofuture Space Flight: 15 Visions of Future Past
Retrofuture Space Flight: 15 Visions of Future Past
In the hopeful years following the Second World War, armed with new technologies and vivid imaginations, almost anything seemed possible to a society straining to break free from the cycle of earthly strife. picked by Bornbad 2 years ago
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