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BADbandanas

Calamityware’s bandanas disguise monsters and other creepy critters in their patterns. Choose from the already available blue paisley print, or the new red pixel art design which is now raising funds on Kickstarter. Link Link 2 Price: $18/set of 3 Continue Reading from the Source

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Drawing with HTML Tables

For web designers and developers, the old HTML table is something we try to avoid like the plague. But this artist with the patience of a saint shows how these silly old-school grids can be used to create intricate pixel art. More here. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Follow the Formulava

Battlecat’s deliciously weird animated short film is described as “An educational short film about different types of lava.” We suppose that’s an accurate description, but only in the loosest of terms. Crunchy sounds by Per Ulv. Link Continue Reading from the Source

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SpaceX Falcon Heavy Rocket

A computer animated simulation of SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy. It will be the world’s most powerful operational rocket, able to lift the equivalent of a fully-loaded Boeing 737 into orbit. It will also support reusable booster rockets. Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Coffee & Ink Paintings

Artist Michael Aaron Williams creates amazing images by painting coffee and ink on sheets antique ledger paper. We’re particularly smitten with the image of the women with buildings and trees for hair, and the bears are truly awesome. Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Homeless Homes Project

Founded by Gregory Kloehn, the Homeless Homes Project turns found objects and other discarded materials into tiny homes for the homeless. Each home is relatively easy to transport and has a unique personality. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Unreal Engine 4: Photorealism

While this static scene of a Paris apartment isn’t exactly the most dynamic of settings, it serves as an impressive demonstration of the detail and photorealism that can be achieved with an off-the-shelf graphics engine. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Never Knew

The hypnotic video for Never Knew by Irish musicians Sunken Foal and Si Schroeder was created by Kevin McGloughlin by capturing images while driving in a car, then manipulating them to distort our perceptions of time and space. Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Converse x Warhol

The Andy Warhol Foundation and Converse have teamed up to create a line of sneakers based on the artist’s pop art, including his iconic Campbell’s soup can series. A portion of proceeds support contemporary visual arts. Drops 2/7/15. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

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The Fallout

A haunting and visually stunning demo reel shot by aerial photographers AeroCine in Pripyat, Ukraine, a once-bustling small city of 50,000 that was turned into a ghost town by the Chernobyl nuclear power plant disaster in 1986. Link Continue Reading from the Source

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The Fallout

A haunting and visually stunning demo reel shot by aerial photographers AeroCine in Pripyat, Ukraine, a once-bustling small city of 50,000 that was turned into a ghost town by the Chernobyl nuclear power plant disaster in 1986. Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Bob’s Burgers Nesting Dolls

Bad Girl Shenanigans’ handpainted Belcher family nesting dolls are perfect for fans of the quirky Fox animated show. We can almost hear Linda shouting “All-riiight!” The only thing better would be if Louise’s bunny ears actually stuck out. Hat Tip Link Price: $50 Continue Reading from the Source

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The Stock Photobomber

Matthew has been an art director for years, so he’s seen his fair share of cheesy stock photos. To make things more interesting, he’s taken to injecting himself into the scenes, with hilarious and sometimes downright uncomfortable results. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

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The Man Who Agreed

Graphic Design student Florence Meunier was required to make a printed user-friendly version of the End User License Agreement (EULA) of the Apple iCloud. To entice people to read it, she created an appropriate story from the document. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Uhu02’s Papercraft

Uhu02 makes detailed papercraft models of ships and characters from science fiction. Many of them have prints and pieces for inner layers. His Apollo 13 Lunar Module is mind-blowing. The best part? He gives away his templates on his site. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

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TextBlade Portable Keyboard

WayTools’ wireless Bluetooth keyboard is small enough to tote in your pocket, then clicks together magnetically to provide a QWERTY typing surface with full-size spacing and tactile feedback. Order now for Spring 2015 delivery. Hat Tip Link Link 2 Price: $100 Continue Reading from the Source

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The Northern Lights in 4K

Assuming you’ve got a high enough resolution screen, this real-time 4K footage captured by Ronn and Marketa Murray of the aurora borealis may be the closest you’ll get to seeing this awesome phenomenon than in person. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Microsoft HoloLens

Microsoft wants to take augmented reality to a whole new level, with see-through goggles which can project full color interactive 3D objects into your field of vision. It’s still a prototype, but early hands-on users are impressed. Link Continue Reading from the Source

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The Alchemist’s Letter (Trailer)

Carlos Andre Stevens’ animated short film about a young man who inherits his father’s mysterious invention looks incredible, with stunning visuals and brilliant voice work. We can’t wait to see it when it hits the festival circuit this May. Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Nessie Ladle

Next time you want to serve up a big bowl of primordial soup, we can think of no better way to present it than with this blue-green soup ladle made in the form of the elusive Loch Ness Monster, complete with tiny feet to stand on. Link Price: $16 Continue Reading from the Source

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