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The Rise and Fall of Globosome

Sascha Geddert’s animated short takes us to a fantastic planet inhabited by tiny blobs. As they replicate, they form a complex society that ultimately destroys its planet. A stunning parable about our own world. It’s also a video game. Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Deep 3D Wallpapers

Twenty2 collaborated with interior design professor Sarah Strauss and her students to create Deep, a collection of anaglyphic 3D wallpapers. We’re not sure if they come with 3D glasses, but they’re cool on their own. Hat Tip Link Link 2 Price: $58-$110 Continue Reading from the Source

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Star Wars x Madame Tussauds

The wax figure makers of Madame Tussauds London have launched one of their most impressive exhibitions ever, a collection of insanely accurate sculptures of characters from the Star Wars saga, set into detailed backdrops. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Chocolate Air Max 90

Design student Milan Miladinov made this intricate model of the Nike Air Max 90 out of chocolate. We’re not sure if it’s life-size, but even if it isn’t, the details make it worth a look. The laces even appear to go through the holes. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Rap Quotes Street Signs 4

(PG-13: Language) Jay Shells has paid homage to east coast and west coast rap, so now he heads to the South. The street artist went to Atlanta to continue his site-specific installation, citing locals such as Killer Mike, T.I. and Outkast. More here. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Imaginary Cities Furniture

Sculptor Josep Cerdá collaborated with furniture makers Ici et Là to create this collection which features embossed maps of mythical cities. The tops are made from cement, resin and natural pigments, set into a steel or iron base. Link Continue Reading from the Source

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All Things Fall

A grim 3D printed sculpture and zoetrope inspired by Rubens’ Massacre of the Innocents. Sebastian Burdon spent over six months modeling and printing the zoetrope’s more than 350 pieces based on Mat Collishaw’s artwork. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Pizza & Hamburger Bedding

Wrap yourself in warm cheese and pepperoni, or two all-beef patties with these cheeky photo print bed sheets from Emotional Rainbow. If you prefer ham and pineapple, there’s a set for you too. Available sizes twin to queen. Link Price: ~$70 to $80 Continue Reading from the Source

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Heavy Metal Meals

The Bulldog Northeast’s chef John Hurkes regularly contributes to Rice and Bread Magazine by creating dishes inspired by his favorite metal bands, such as this Slayer Pizza. His descriptions are equally mouth-watering and irreverent. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Drawer-making Saw Blade

Woodworker Andrew Klein believes he’s come up with a quick way to make a drawer or box out of a single sheet of wood using a few asymmetrical cuts, and has designed a custom saw blade for his technique. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

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The Meteorite Sword

The Tentetsutou (Sword of Heaven) is a katana forged by Yoshindo Yoshiwara from a fragment of Gibeon, an iron alloy meteorite that was found in Namibia in 1838. It’s currently on display at the Skytree tower in Tokyo, Japan. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Paper for iPad: Think Kit

Think Kit is a new set of tools for the iPad sketching app Paper. It lets you draw, color, copy and move shapes, lines and more with simple gestures, making it very easy to create flowcharts, diagrams and mockups. Link Link 2 Price: Free Continue Reading from the Source

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Computational Hydrographics

We’ve been mesmerized by hydrographic printing, but one limitation of the technique is that it’s impossible to align precise designs. Now, students from Columbia University have developed a method that solves this problem. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Masterclass

Learn from experienced celebrities. Right now you can learn acting from Dustin Hoffman, tennis from Serena Williams and writing from James Patterson. Each course gets you lifetime access to videos and interactive tools and exercises. Hat Tip Link Price: $90/course Continue Reading from the Source

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X-Wing Remastered Prints

Graphic designer and self-proclaimed human-cyborg Nick Harrison created this duo of prints of the Rebel fleet’s iconic fighter, layered from Starfighter Silver and Squadron Red inks and Dark Side gloss varnish. Red 5 standing by. Link Price: ~$45 to $138 Continue Reading from the Source

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The Big Lebowski Nesting Dolls

Nobody f*cks with the Jesus doll! Artist Andy Stattmiller painted this awesome set of nesting matryoshka dolls, depicting images of iconic characters from the Coen Brothers’ cult hit. Be sure to check out Andy’s blog for more. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Concrete Audio Wall Speakers

Measuring just 1.26″ thick, and made from poured concrete, these wall speakers are truly a work of art. Each has a built-in amplifier and CD-quality wireless streaming. On display from 5/14 to 17, 2015 at the Munich High End show. Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Realistic Animal Lollipops

Japanese artist Shinri Tezuka carries on an ancient tradition of lollipop making, creating insanely detailed edible works of art using sugar syrup, food coloring and starch to replicate animals such as fish, frogs, snakes, and more. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

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The Sandwich Knife

This special dual-blade serrated knife solves a truly first world problem – slicing two perfectly even, thick pieces of bread to just the right depth to keep guts of your sandwich from falling out. Link Link 2 Price: $38++ Continue Reading from the Source

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