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If you don’t have video in your content mix, you’re missing out. It’s simpler to make than ever, ...<p>November 1, 2017<p>Want to know how to make …

Architect Student Redesigns a School Bus as a Modular Home

In his final semester of architecture school, graduate student Hank Butitta grew tired of completing conceptual projects that only existed on paper and decided to bring an assignment to life. With this drive, Butitta impulsively bought a school bus off of Craigslist for $3,000 with the intention of …


Are These a Pair of Legs or Two Hot Dogs?

Hot-Dog Legs is a hilariously quirky single-topic Tumblr blog that leaves viewers wondering what they're looking at–a first-person point of view of a pair of legs or two carefully placed hot dogs? It sounds silly and seems like it would be easy to decipher which is which, but browsing through the …


New Reality-Flipping Photos by Erik Johansson

<b>Expecting Winter</b><p>Photographer and artist Erik Johansson has always been a cut above the rest. The Berlin-based creative is a master at photo manipulation, where he takes photos of everyday life and retouches them to make them appear not of this world. As he states, “I don't capture moments, I …


Nisttarkya Electric Concept Bike by Santhosh

<b>Nisttarkya electric concept bike</b> designed by Santhosh features unique riding position. The aerodynamic riding position was based on bio-inspired …

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'Untitled #9,' 2010; from the series Fox River Derivatives. Photograph by Peter Hoffman (@peterghoffman). For his series on oil spills, Hoffman shot pictures along the Fox River near Chicago, soaked the resulting negatives in gasoline, and set them on fire, using water to extinguish them before the images had entirely disappeared. For more pictures by Hoffman and other photographers who have brought a flame to their film, visit