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Dec 06, 2011

People and Their Fish Twins

The human brain is an incredible thing, but the fact that this series even occured to NYC-based photographer Ted Sabarese is mind-blowing.

Or perhaps he just saw that episode of The Simpsons where Homer's face seems to be the spokescreature for a Japanese soap company, but it's really just a fish and a lightbulb.

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Dec 06, 2011

The United States of Beard Types

The Beardly has released a clever culture map of beard types by region. Check it out in full-size, and see if their detemination matches your… read more

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Dec 06, 2011

How to: Make SpaghettiOs Pizza - A Culinary Mashup That's Just Crazy Enough to Work

created at: 12/03/2011

Some things seem so wrong that you just need to try them, and I think SpaghettiOs Pizza is one of those things. That's right…SpaghettiOs. So fire up the oven, break out the can opener, and get cookin'.… read more

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Dec 05, 2011

77 Essential Holiday Gifts for Artists and Creatives

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Design überblog Core77 are sharing their holiday shopping recommendations, featuring, not what else?, seventy-seven creative tools and design gifts for makers and… read more

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Dec 05, 2011

This is Your Brain on Art School: Brilliant Advertising for Creative Education

The College for Creative Studies has released this amazing series of ads that show parents the dangers of letting your kids experiment with art.

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Dec 05, 2011

Original Artwork...Drawn By Trees?

Artist Tim Knowles has created a series called, "Tree Drawings", in which he connects pens and brushes to the branches of trees, allowing their natural sway in movement in the wind to create the design.

The results are amazing, and quite surprising. Check them out:

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"A series of drawings produced using drawing implements attached to the tips of tree branches, the wind’s effects on the tree, recorded on paper.  Like signatures each drawing reveals the different qualities and characteristics of each tree."

Reminds me a bit of the bicycle drawing machine.

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Dec 05, 2011

How to: Make a LEGO Millennium Falcon Ornament

Last season, artist Chris McVeigh offered plans for a very fine LEGO Death Star ornament, and this year, he continues the cheer with the Millenium… read more

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Dec 05, 2011

Brilliant Space-Saving Idea: A Completely Foldable Kitchen

created at: 12/03/2011

It's pretty unbelievable what is able to pass as an "apartment" these days. One of the key requirements of a modern apartment, obviously, is that it has a kitchen (is that so much to ask for?).

I know people here in NYC who live in glorified closets, with kitchens consisting of a sink, a hotplate and a fold out ironing board that doubles as a counter. For anyone who's living in similar circumstances, I'd suggest looking to this foldable kitchen for inspiration on how to save some… read more

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Dec 02, 2011

How to: Make a Geometric Holiday Garland

created at: 12/02/2011

Heads up, cool kids: Math is way hip. Particularly, geometry, facets, and gem shapes have been everywhere designy for the last two years, and there's no reason the holidays shouldn't be included in the trend.

Case in point: this geometric garland. It looks nice and handmade, is holiday-neutral, and the colors are winter-y enough that you could leave it up through… read more

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Dec 02, 2011

The 5 Best Toys of All Time

Many of the best memories of childhood are remebrances of play, and the wonderful things that the imagination can dream up. In that spirit, Wired has assembled their top five toys of all time...

...none of which you can actually buy at a toy… read more

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