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Friday and don’t feel like working? Watch, white-knuckled, as this poor weather balloon get stretched past its limits, and then some. We know it’s going to burst. The question is… When?

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In case someone sees me in my towel, I would like to pixelate my privates please. Thanks Carmichael Collective!

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Photographer Shikhei Goh has a collection of amazing images of compound eyes, adorned with dew drops.

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I am absolutely in love Brock Davis and his “are-you-jealous-i-am-so-smart” images.


Cauliflower Hindenburg, 1937


Cauliflower Space Shuttle Challenger, 1986


Cauliflower Nagasaki, 1945

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Using the simplest materials of fishing line, plastic sheets and a glue gun, Japanese artist Yasuaki Onishi creates amazing reverse landscapes that seem monumental and fleeting at the same time.

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You know those annoying circular marks that glasses leave behind, because of the condensation from the cold drinks? Well, the Sakura Glass by designer Hironao Tsuboi is not a solution for it. But if there if  there is no way to get rid of them, might as well make them pretty! Right?

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Kyle Thompson tells his stories with poignant imagery.

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Japanese designer Ryosuke Fukusada fused wooden veneers with a simple incandescent lightbulb, that when switched on, reveals sexy wood grains and emits a heart warming glow.

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Piet Hein Eek has a bunch of very thoughtful, very dutch designs. One of my favourite is the Chunky beam bench.

The chunky beam bench is part of a series of objects made from enormous old beams. Since there is only a limited stock of these beams, the series is limited. A chunky beam armchair, as well as a number of other objects, is also being produced. The idea is inspired by a large number of beams we purchased a few years back and which we had been at a loss at what to do with ever since. So this back-to-basics design, in all its simplicity, is the result of a rather long process of designing, experimenting and producing. The models are numbered consecutively by name (i.e. armchair no. 1, bench no. 2, and so on).

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Andre Giesemann captures images of clubs after the party ends and real life takes over.

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Thomas Poulsom created these life-sized birds of Britain out of nothing else but lego bricks. Adorable! Want to own a set of your own? Simply go to the link above and support LEGO Bird Project! All he needs is 10,000 supporters for the chance to make these into official LEGO sets.

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Annie Vought has either a lot of patience, or is crazy, or a little bit of both. Her work involves removing handwritten letters from their context, letting the letterforms, shapes and shades speak for themslevs. The resulting artwork, though carved out of paper, is surprisingly strong, even though it looks so delicate and fragile.

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French creative agency Murmure made concrete namecards for themselves, as well as tiny pallets to put them on, and boxes to contain them when giving them out. When is too much… too much? I wonder.

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The Water Cathedral project by GUN Architects consists of inverted cones suspended from a wire grid to capture rainwater within a plastic bag. Water drips out of the bags that resemble stalactites at different pulses and speeds, raining upon the visitors below.

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Aether, a brand of hip, trendy outdoor clothing, has just launched their first range of folding beach furniture. Done in classic black with a recycled tent canvas bag, this is chic enough for sitting in the parks, on the beach, on your patio…

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Russian design firm whomakeit created an great identity that is movable, fun and full of attitude, for an events company, citrus. Check out the website, it’s beautiful HTML5 at its best!

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Photographer Marco Scozzaro takes us back to our primal beginnings amongst waterfalls, lakes and woods.

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By artfully manipulating sunlight through a hole, and carefully positioned mirrors in a fog filled studio, artist James Nizam captures geometric beauty in stark monochromatic prints.

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Roshan Hakkim took inspiration in the shadows and the basic workings of a sundial, fast forwarded to into the 21st century, and presented us the Umbra. A seemingly magical analog clock that needs no moving mechanical part, yet resembles an analog clock that we have grown so used to.

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Tomás Saraceno makes amazing bucky ball like structures with black string and lots of imagination.

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