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tUnE-yArDs: Wait for a Minute

The latest single off of tUnE-yArDs’ 2014 electro-harmonic album Nikki Nack features a music video packed with retro-style visual effects which perfectly reflect the group’s low-fi, avant garde, ’80s-tinged sound. Link Link 2 Price: $1.29 Continue Reading from the Source

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The Ant Watch

This watch won’t help you tell time at all, but you’ll still have the coolest watch on the block – since yours will be a fully-functional (though very small) ant colony. Comes with sand, a feeding dropper, tweezers, and of course, five live ants. Link Link 2 Price: $59 Continue Reading from the Source

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Kinetic Motion Doors

Austrian artist Klemens Torggler creates these amazing doors which open and close by rotating two panels around pivot points, and need no tracks to operate. We want all of our walls made out of these things. Link Continue Reading from the Source

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A Spoon A Day

Product designer Stian Korntved Ruud is trying to hand carve one wooden spoon every day for a year. He usually sketches a design on the way home, then carves it the following day after work. He’s nearly done but he still has lots of ideas. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Wisdom for My Children

Wisdom for My Children: Life Lessons Through Photos is photographer Brandon Kidwell’s series of double exposure photographs that symbolize the advice that he’s given to his kids. You can buy some of them as prints. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

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The Eizzy Folding Table

Woodworker Izzy Swan of Think Woodworks created this ingenious portable dining set which folds up into a 20″ x 20″ x 30″ block for transport, but pops open to provide a dining table and chairs for four. Buy the plans here. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Faux Shows

The guys from Dissolve dug into their massive library of stock video to create this amusing series of highly generic TV opening sequences which look like they could be real. TV networks, please don’t get any funny ideas. Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Jeep Chief Concept

The Cherokee’s laid back descendant. The Chief concept has a 3.6L Pentastar V6, 17″ wheels and beach-inspired details, including an ocean blue body, Tiki shifter, and wooden slats in the cargo area, and seats inspired by Magnum P.I.. Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Building a Bamboo Eiffel Tower

Once you get past the silly computer voiceovers, you’ll be treated to the construction of an incredibly detailed scale model of Paris’ iconic Eiffel Tower, built from 2779 sticks of bamboo by artist Srinivas Thatipally. Feeling ambitious now? Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Carbon 3D UV Light 3D Printer

Carbon 3D’s innovative take on Digital Light Processing allows its 3D printer to print up to 40″ per hour. That’s 25 to 100 times faster than other 3D printers. The process also makes it possible to print elastic objects. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Kiss of Animals Poster

Artist Róbert Farkas created this awesome image which envisions rockers Simmons, Frehley, Stanley and Criss as their animal avatars. Find individual prints of each animal (and other great art) in his Society6 shop. Link Price: $18-$28 Continue Reading from the Source

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A Snowboarder’s Tiny House

Snowboarder Mike Basich has fully embraced the outdoor lifestyle, and now lives in a tiny 225 square foot organic structure he built from stone and wood in the middle of his 40-acre property. Naturally, there’s plenty of snow outside. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

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A Dirty Thunderstorm

Photographer Marc Szeglat was recording footage of the Japanese volcano Sakurajima when he captured a rare and unusual static electricity phenomenon – volcanic lightning, otherwise known as a dirty thunderstorm. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

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and the Hundred Dollar Sandwich

You can buy the digital tracks from Junk Science’s dope hip-hop album, but you really want the physical edition – two slices of CD “bread” which sandwich together “ingredients” printed with lyrics, and packed in a resealable freezer bag. Link Price: $10 Digital/$20 CD Continue Reading from the Source

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Crochetdermy Animals

Textile artist and sculptor Shauna Richardson has created an amazing series of realistic, life-sized taxidermied animals which have been handmade using crocheted wool, mohair, glass eyes, fake teeth and claws. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Kilauea: The Fire Within

Photographer Lance Page’s latest short film explores the ominous beauty of Hawaii’s highly active Kilauea volcano. We’re always amazed that photographers don’t melt their gear (or worse) capturing the searing hot lava flows. Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Inside Hang Son Doong

Photographer Ryan Deboodt flew his drone into the belly of Vietnam’s Hang Son Doong, the world’s largest known cave, capturing spectacular footage of the lush which looks like it belongs on Pandora. See more photos from his journey here. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

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The Bubble Artist

Kuma Films captured the mesmerizing bubble artistry of Su Chung Tai as he commands soap bubbles to follow his every whim. The bit with the stacked concentric bubbles is simply stunning. (Thanks Todd!) Link Continue Reading from the Source

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