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A Magnetic Christmas gift: RIZE, the Fancy Ferrofluid Sculpture
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A Magnetic Christmas gift: RIZE, the Fancy Ferrofluid Sculpture

November 13, 2016For the those interested in scientific art pieces or those who don& 39;t know what to buy the person who has everything, give the gift of RIZE Ferroflow.Gifting a RIZE Ferroflow is like gifting someone the coolest and most scientific lava lamp they& 39;ll ever see.The magnetic Ferrofluid can & 34;grow& 34; into fascinating forms, shaped by h-plane of the base magnet.

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Building a Mercedes V12 Engine Sculpture from 53 Different Materials

Being an artist means that you don’t have limits in your mind to what you can create. Even if there are political borders on the maps, artists and creators don’t give them any notice. Eric van Hove is one of these artists, who has lived in many different countries and has been influenced by many cultures throughout all his life.
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Converting a Wrecked Car into a Boxer Engine Coffee Table

September 20, 2016Accidents happen, and with that, so does the end of a car.Cars can be scrapped at any time for nearly any reason. Perhaps it no longer remains legal due to emission regulations, or maybe an accident broke your baby so bad that she had to be sent to the car graveyard. However, the end of a car does not have to be the end of its beauty.
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9 Stylish Kitchen Gadgets

There are so many cool kitchen gadgets around now that help us to save time.September 25, 2016These kitchen tools are not only useful; they are stylish, fancy and charming as well. Besides, we could even say ‘lifesaver’ for some of them!1. Darth Vader ToasterIf you are a Star Wars fan and need a toaster, this two-slice one might be one of the coolest stuff in your kitchen.
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This Pastry Chef Creates Fascinating Geometric Cakes Using 3D Printing

When she was 15, Dinara Kasko wanted to be an architect. She graduated from the University of Architecture and Design in Kiev, Ukraine. After graduation, she worked as an architect, interior designer, and 3D visualizer for a few years. The first time she saw a mousse clay cake she was fascinated. & 34;It was so shiny, so bright, so unusual!
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Mom Paints Staircase to Look Like Books They Love

October 01, 2016Pippa Branham is a young talented mom and obviously, she is really good about painting. She used her creativity to decorate all her stairs by painting them to look like replicas of their favorite books, and she got a big attention as well.The idea came up after they moved into their first permanent home in Suffolk, United Kingdom, which has some sort of & 39;unsafe& 39; stairs especially if you have youngsters and kids around.
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Meet Sisyphus, The Kinetic Sand Art Table That Heals Your Soul

October 02, 2016Imagine the zen of relaxing geometric patterns and intricate mandalas, all sculpted in sand. One artist made that vision a reality for users, all without them lifting a finger.Meet Sisyphus, your personal, nonstop kinetic sand sculptor.Artist Bruce Shapiro worked in designing kinetic sculptures for the last 20 years.
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Redesign Your Home with Tylko App

October 02, 2016Residents of small apartments or fans of minimalist design know they must make every space count.A new app called Tylko gives users a chance to create their perfect bookshelf, sideboard, wall storage or bench. The app allows people to combine different sized shelving to get the best fit for a space to optimize functionality.
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Let R2-D2 Brew Your Morning Coffee

October 10, 2016This is the droid coffee-lovers have been looking for!The Star Wars droid R2-D2 can save your mornings by brewing your coffee. George Lucas& 39;s R2-D2 is one of the most famous characters on science fiction scene, so you can bet these coffee presses will make many Star Wars fans mornings brighter.
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Projects that Totally Nailed It During the London Design Festival

October 19, 2016The London Design Festival serves as one of the largest and most innovative festivals in the world. It celebrates the unsung heroes of engineering and design.In addition to the engineering-based projects and exhibitions of the world& 39;s leading engineers, London Design Festival highlighted the Victoria & Albert Engineering Season, which focused on the importance of melding robotic technologies into engineering, architectural design, and the creative process.
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Bordalo II: Turning Trash Into Stunning Animal Art Pieces

Portuguese artist Bordalo II turns waste and unused items into amazing 3-D mural sculptures and installations.October 17, 2016One Portuguese artist crafts trash into treasures.Bordalo II uses garbage and discarded items to build amazing 3-D murals, sculptures, and installations. Bordalo Segundo& 39;s art definitely redefines the public& 39;s notions of street art.
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Artist Creates Ocean Treasures from the Sea's Materials

October 22, 2016Debra Bernier creates amazing sculptures using shells, clay, and driftwood collected from the beach.She ascribes meaning to materials that are often overlooked. The Canadian artist retells fairy stories or inspiring, ethereal works in her collection & 34;Shaping Spirit.& 34; Image source: Debra Bernier-Facebook & 34;When I work with driftwood, I never start with a blank canvas.
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Artist Turns Rusty Farm Equipment into Stunning Animal Sculptures

By Shelby RogersOctober 28, 2016Artist John Lopez knows the artistry of farming better than anyone else.His family& 39;s ranches in South Dakota are the settings of legend: the prairie fields of old cowboys, the reservations of native peoples. Lopez doesn& 39;t seem himself as a sculptor. He identifies as a cowboy who just so happens to embody that spirit in metal work:& 34;The rusted carcasses of discarded equipment stand testament to generations of labor.
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Artist Duo Creates Shadow Sculptures Using Trash and Dead Animals

November 07, 2016British artist duo Tim Noble and Sue Webster are using extraordinary materials to create entirely new compositions formed as a combination of shadow, light, and trash.The Gamekeeper& 39;s Gibbet sculptures don& 39;t just use any trash. It uses dead animal carcasses as well. Image source: Tim Noble and Sue Webster & 34;The art of projection is emblematic of transformative art.
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A Magnetic Christmas gift: RIZE, the Fancy Ferrofluid Sculpture

November 13, 2016For the those interested in scientific art pieces or those who don& 39;t know what to buy the person who has everything, give the gift of RIZE Ferroflow.Gifting a RIZE Ferroflow is like gifting someone the coolest and most scientific lava lamp they& 39;ll ever see.The magnetic Ferrofluid can & 34;grow& 34; into fascinating forms, shaped by h-plane of the base magnet.
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Meet CHiP, the Smartest Cookie Making Machine Ever

November 12, 2016To make baking easier to everyone, the Side Chef company designed a smart oven called CHiP, your perfect cookie maker.CHiP brings the joy of warm freshly baked cookies in under 10 minutes. Simply pick what flavors you’d like, and let CHiP take care of the rest.& 34;We really wanted to bring the fun of baking cookies to everybody,& 34; said founder and CEO Kevin Yu.
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This Smart Turbine can Power Your Home

November 18, 2016Among all the sources of renewable energies, water appears the consistent and predictable source.A Quebec-based company, Idénergie, uses a river turbine to convert this natural energy into electricity. It provides constant energy 24 hours a day to meet electrical needs, producing 4 to 12 kWh/day depending on the water velocity.
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You Have to Unlock This Book to Read It

By Shelby RogersNovember 20, 2016Puzzles commonly pop up in books. From Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets to the meaning behind & 34;redrum& 34; in Stephen King& 39;s The Shining, puzzles make things interesting.However, those puzzles are normally mental games not actual physical puzzles. Image Courtesy of Brady Whitney/Kickstarter Industrial designer Brady Whitney created the Codex Silenda.
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Book and Bed Hostel Lets You Sleep in the Bookshelves

December 04, 2016If reading is a passion for you, then this hostel might be your heaven. Book and Bed allows you to stay in bunks built inside the bookshelves surrounded by five thousands of books.Book and Bed became a hostel chain by opening their second branch in Kyoto, Japan after Tokyo. Both spots offer the same dream fulfillment for bookworms: sleeping in a library, filled full of books.
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