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Nendo Gives Rubber Bands A Chic, Cubic-Shaped Makeover


Japanese design firm Nendo has reinvented the circular, ubiquitous rubber bands by giving them a chic, geometrical makeover.

Airco Caravan paints motel rooms that have played host to gruesome murders


I don’t care how nice the wallpaper or the lampshades may be, there’s something creepy about the stereotypical American motel featured in films, novels and plays.

Guy Builds An Awesome, Life-Size TARDIS From ‘Doctor Who’ For Proposal


[Click here to view the video in this article] Bill Cindrich, who is an avid fan of science-fiction tv program Doctor Who, has built a life-size TARDIS as a way of proposing to his girlfriend.

Water, water everywhere – arresting VFX experiments from Lumiere Studios


Lumiere Studios’ experiments in RealFlow software seamlessly flow out of the territory of tech and funnel into something rather lovely.

Watch the world's rhythms compared with the aid of simple circles


Pizza, good movies, and great music are just some of the things that make the world go round. Over at TED-Ed, John Varney explains how rhythm can literally be perceived as a circular concept, as opposed to the traditional left-to-right format we're accustomed to.

Impeccable record sleeve design from Amsterdam studio HOAX


I was surprised to learn that Amsterdam’s HOAX studio don’t seem to have been on the site before, and faced with their wide-ranging portfolio it was a challenge to focus in on a narrative that made sense.

Open Access Button gets expanded features to help users find free scholarly research


Above: Open Access Button The movement to expand access to scientific and scholarly research got another push forward this week with an update to a tool designed to connect users and authors.

Infographic: Everything You Need To Know About Pumpkins


Now that fall is here, there’s no better time to get acquainted with that most autumnal of fruits, the pumpkin.

The death of conversation is well and truly alive in these images


While smartphones and social media keep us more connected, are they killing everyday conversation? Remember when you’d dine out and nobody had a mobile phone on them?

Why India’s art scene is increasingly being defined by foreign collectors and museums


On October 24, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York will open a retrospective exhibition dedicated to the work of Vasudev Gaitonde.

ISIS fight: Airstrikes in Syria have killed nearly 600, monitoring group says


Airstrikes by U.S.-led forces appear to have killed over 460 members of ISIS and 32 civilians during a month-long campaign in Syria, a monitoring group which tracks the violence said on Thursday.

Moss Balls of Lake Myvatn and Lake Akan


Moss Balls or marimo (Japanese for "ball seaweed"), also known by various names such as Cladophora ball and Lake ball, is a species of filamentous green algae named Aegagropila linnaei that grow into large green balls with a velvety appearance.

Incredible Video Shows Natalie Trayling, An 80-Year-Old Grandma Playing The Piano On The Streets!


When Matthew Trayling uploaded a video of his mom, 80-year-old Natalie Trayling playing the keyboard on the streets of Melbourne, Australia, he had no idea that it would go viral.

Gigi Hadid is Happy to Flaunt Her Calvins on Instagram


Gigi Hadid rocks a “Reinvent yourself” sweater while stepping out for a routine workout on Tuesday (October 21) in New York City.

The “Avengers 2” trailer was supposed to save “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” Oops.


It seemed like a foolproof plan: The Avengers were going to come to the rescue, just when Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

This and That


His 1. Luke…errr…Caleb, I am your father. 2. Some great tips and refreshers for married couples out there.

The Sweetest Sour Lemon Squeezer


We squeeze lemons with our hands sideways, so why should our kitchen lemon squeezers go top to bottom?

The World’s First COOL Wheelchair


Inspired by a spinal injury of his own, designer Andrew Florence set out to redesign the wheelchair as we know it.

Le MISTRAL Gift Shop by JP architects


Japanese firm JP architects recently designed the interior space of Tokyo-based gift shop Le MISTRAL. Highlighted by its white gridded pattern that traces the shop’s shelving units, furniture, floor, and door frames, the space utilizes Le MISTRAL’s signature color of navy blue as a stark and refined base.

The Chicken These Expert Food Tasters Are Reviewing Isn’t Quite What They Think It Is


A pair of YouTube stars successfully tricked multiple self-proclaimed food experts at a Netherlands convention into lavishing praise on McDonald’s menu items.


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