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Carefully Applied Dyes Reveal Colorful Anatomy of Fish

<i>Cleared</i> is a photo series by formally trained engineer and mathematician Adam Summers that offers a new way of viewing marine life. The scientific photographer, who has always been fascinated with biology, took it upon himself to experiment with his specimens by altering the pigments of their …

Elaborate Geometric Masks Made from a Single Sheet of Paper

These complex works of paper manipulation are the origami masterpieces of artist Joel Cooper. Each piece is designed and folded from a single sheet of paper without the use of cuts or glue. Cooper employs a specific style of origami called tessellation. Before he can even begin to design his …

Art

All You Can Feel: Images of Recreational Drugs Exposed to Film Negatives by Sarah Schoenfeld | Colossal

<p>Whether you’ve tried mind-altering substances or not one thing remains true: we all have an idea of what a drug feels like, be it imagined, …

Dwell

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South Korea's River Culture Pavilion

The <i>River Culture Pavilion</i> (aka <i>ARC</i>), a multimedia pavilion located in Daegu, South Korea, is at the forefront of immersive video technology. Built at the end of a peninsula, the space was designed by Asymptote Architecture with the intention of creating a dialogue with the surrounding environment. …

Darsangi

Coca-Cola Debuts “Life” Brand, Highlights Deadliness Of Regular Coke

The red splash of Coca Cola is one of the most recognizable pieces of branding across the globe. It’s stamped on cans, bottles, and polar bears of every nation. But for the soft drink giant’s Argentinian spinoff, Coca-Cola Life, the new label is green.<p>Now the green label is an absurdly obvious bit …

Coca-Cola

Funny Photos of People Caught Sleeping in Libraries

Flickr user George Oates has curated an aptly titled gallery on the photo sharing website called <i>People Sleeping in Libraries</i>. The collection presents one hilarious image after the next of exactly what you'd expect–unknowing library-goers caught snoozing on the various couches and desks of book …

Anders Nilsen: drawing through grief

There was a moment, after the publication of his book Don't Go Where I Can't Follow, when Anders Nilsen stood back and suffered a spasm of doubt. Don't Go is a collection of sketches, letters, postcards and photographs documenting the graphic artist's relationship with Cheryl Weaver, his girlfriend …

FireFox OS – Branding Illustrations by Martijn Rijven

FireFox OS Brand Mascots.<p>Amsterdam, Netherlands based graphic designer and illustrator Martijn Rijven was commission by Wolff Olins to create a …

Homage Illustrations by David Popov to Lichtenstein, Villemot, and Mondrian

Fashion Style Poster Illustrations.<p>Melbourne, Australia based graphic designer David Popov created this set of 5 poster illustrations as a homage to …

Surreal Wire Drawings of Eyes by Sophie Ryder

UK-based artist Sophie Ryder is a brilliant sculptor who works primarily with wire. Her large-scale wire drawings are like three-dimensional sketches that are simultaneously transparent and opaque. Her series of works depicting eyes are especially intriguing and captivating. They are, no pun …

Flat Paintings Produce Incredible 3D Optical Illusions

New York-based artist Justen Ladda has an amazing eye for perspective and distortion. Since the 1980s, he has combined painting with sculpture to produce flat installations that, from a distance, appear three dimensional. With precision and a vivid imagination, Ladda has developed so many different …

German Kindergarten Designed as a Giant Cat

Kindergarten Die Katze is a children's school in Wolfartsweier near Karlsruhe, Germany built in the adorable likeness of a giant, white cat. Designed by artist Tomi Ungerer and architect Ayla-Suzan Yndel, the educational venue adds a dose of whimsy for children to take delight in going to school. …

Dining Rooms

Vegetable Silverware Designs That Look Real Enough to Eat

Boring, white plastic silverware is old news to artist Qiyun Deng. Recently, the innovative product designer developed a collection of environmentally-friendly, but still disposable, silverware and serving bowl concepts that look just like everyday plants and vegetables. The series, entitled <i>Graft</i>, …

Portraits of Refugees Holding Their Most Precious Possessions

New York-based photographer Brian Sokol captures insightful portraits of Sudanese, Syrian, and Malian refugees who have unfortunately been forced to flee from their homes, grabbing what they could with them, in a series for the UN Refugee Agency called <i>The Most Important Thing</i>. The collection of …

Skateboarder's Unique Self-Portraits Highlight So Paulo's Architecture

Skateboarding expert and photographer Fabiano Rodrigues takes some really interesting self-portraits as he flips and grinds his way through So Paulo on his board. Unlike other action photography self-portraits, though, Rodrigues shares the spotlight with his surrounding setting. The landscape and …

"Osmosi" by Emmanuel Babled

Some products own the rare ability to combine magic and technology, craftsmanship and digitalization, uniqueness and industrial processes—but Emmanuel Babled's latest project, called "Osmosi," incorporates all of that. Babled's pre-production research has two distinct directions: product and …

The Conference Industry is Booming, And It Is Only Getting Bigger

A creature of the information age, Tim Bourquin feeds on the Internet. He is an expert on webinars, email marketing campaigns and social-media …

Top Things to Do in Japan

When it comes to the top things to do in Japan, including Kyoto, Tokyo and beyond, most travelers have a list of major sights, shrines, parks, gardens, restaurants, museums, or neighborhoods to explore. But for many, Japan's unique culture is an attraction unto itself and simply being immersed into …

Vietnam tips: a first-timer's guide

Vietnam's long-held position as a travel icon is more than deserved. In no other country is the collision of Southeast Asia's past, present and future so stark. At times, this clash can seem so confronting and confusing as to send even experienced travellers fleeing for the nearest luxury hotel. …

Vietnam

Russian Anti-Gay Law Is Beginning to Embarrass the Olympics

A new Russian law banning “gay propaganda” has provoked the ire of International Olympic Committee presidential candidate Richard Carrion, who said …

Fiercely Private Raven-Symoné Uses Twitter To Come Out

Photo: Everett Collection/Rex USA<p>Raven-Symoné, despite having a primarily small-screen career, has been a household name since she was a 3-year-old …

Secrets Of A Superfood: What Makes Blueberries So Good For You?

Photo: Courtesy of Greatist<p><i>Full disclosure — sometimes, we're lazy girls. So, whether it's seven ways to simplify our morning routine or how to make</i> …

Nutrition

Editor Obsession: Plush Home Goods to Populate Your Abode

What’s a gal to do when she happens upon something truly amazing? While many prefer to keep their decorating secrets to themselves, our Managing …

Baking Revolution Of The Future: The Stuffed Peach

Every now-and-then we have to remind ourselves that simplicity is important, even when it comes to dessert. That’s why we’re so into this easy summer …

SunChips’ Compostable Bag Not So Compostable? [Updated]

We were more than a little excited when SunChips announced a plan earlier this year to roll out the world’s first 100% compostable chip bag. A bag that breaks down entirely after 14 weeks in a compost bin? It has to be the beginning of some sort of packaging revolution, we thought. But maybe …

Composting