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The company Wearable Experiments understands the struggle of getting a yoga posture just right. Their newly released yoga pants, called Nadi, help by offering feedback on your form. Woven into the nylon fabric are electronics that create a wireless network.
This gigantic model of the las moments of the Titanic was done by Ryan McNaught a.k.a11. “The Brick Man”, Mitchell Kruik and Clay Mellington. The Brick Man isn’t just a guy who loves to play with plastic bricks, he is one of the 13 Lego certified professionals in the whole world.
Police sketch artists are incredibly talented for their ability to render facial features based on words.
Having recently watched Blade Runner for the billionth time, I can’t help but fall in love with these neon-filled photos from Masashi Wakui.
José Manuel Castro López creates stone sculptures that look bizarrely squishy. The sculptures cleverly play with our assumptions with drapery-like folds and bends that look surrealistically out of place.
Chicago-based designer Nicholas Rougeux focused on rhythm in his recent project Between the Words. Taking literary classics such as Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Pride and Prejudice, Rougeux spliced out the text of these tales, leaving behind only the punctuation.
Illustrator Kelly Gilleran has an unlikely inspiration — vintage advertisements in mid-century magazines.
The Japanese design studio Nendo has just unveiled their first product of 2016, the Sunset Candle, a seemingly ordinary candle that is white on the outside with a core of colored wax.
Just when you thought that toy train sets were losing to LEGO, here’s the world’s largest train set that you can visit anytime, à la Google Street View.
Line drawings have not yet been forgotten, they’ve just taken on new forms as we can see in these fabulous 2D wire sculptures.
NASA approached Brooklyn-based architecture studio, StudioKCA, with an impossible question: how to make the distant and invisible work of satellites relevant and exciting to the average person.
Ink dot illustrations are impressive and they’re getting bigger and more detailed with time. Xavier Casalta is a master of this method of drawing.
Turkish artist Said Dagdeviren has put his own unique spin on double exposure photography by turning them into gifs.
Eric Landon from ceramics studio Tortus Copenhagen wanted to explore wheel throwing clay from the clay’s perspective.
The newly released Orpheus model was released by Sennheiser in 2015, after completing two original models of Orpheus in 1991 which were electrostatic.
If you’ve ever wanted to see your blood run, look no further. Thanks to Christie Medical Holdings Inc., you now can.
We’ve seen animated street art before but this next one is impressive for the amount of detail it exhibits.
Can’t get over the return of the X-Files even after re-watching all the episodes? Well here’s a map of every location Fox Mulder and Dana Scully have visited throughout nine seasons.
Looking towards the future of conservation, co-founders Philip Winter and Carlos Gomez Andonaegui, created a shower head that emits 70% less water than the average head, and they’re calling it Nebia. Launched as a Kickstarter campaign in April 2015, Nebia became one of the top 25 projects to be funded on the site.
Christopher Nolan’s “Inception” became a cultural phenomenon when it was released in 2010. It inspired many artists like Aydın Büyüktaş. The Turkish photographer and digital artist turns Istanbul into a warping playground with photos featuring landmarks and entire cityscapes warped in three dimensional space.