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Japanese Manhole Cover Art

Japan's Manhole Cover Art

Just about anywhere in Japan you can find amazing artworks on manhole covers, each more beautiful and intricate than the next. Photographer S. Morita has been photographing these artistic manhole covers for the past several years.

As to why this phenomenon developed, signs point to a high-ranking bureaucrat in the construction ministry who, in 1985, came up with the idea of allowing municipalities to design their own manhole covers. His objective was to raise awareness for costly sewage projects and make them more palatable for taxpayers.

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A Unicorn Farting A Rainbow Cake

A Unicorn Farting A Rainbow Cake

Cake artist Natalie Sideserf amazed us again with her new unicorn farting rainbow cake. Unicorns may or may not exist. However, it’s a fact that they are filled with wonderful rainbows. To eat the beautiful rainbow piece from this cake you will have to psyche yourself up to be able to eat a fart.

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Creative Street Arts By OakOak

Street Art by OakOak

French artist hiding behind the name OakOak from Saint-Etienne has come up with site-specific, fun and imaginative street arts. Where others see simple cracks in the wall or shadow on the ground, OakOak envisions something different together.

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Camera-Shaped Coffee House

Camera-Shaped Coffee House

A two-storey rectangular coffee shop modeled in the shape of a vintage rolleiflex twin lens camera built by a former helicopter pilot. He has great passion for photography and vintage cameras, and lives in the house next door with his family.

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Things To Do When Internet Is Down

Things To Do When Internet is Down

We showed you how internet actually works in the past, but what to do when internet is not working? Here are the things you can do when your internet is down.

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Logos & Slogans Switching with Rival Brands

Logos & Slogans Switching with Rival Brands

“This is a project about brands – the great brands of the modern world – which have build quite a history for themselves as the years went by,” says Stefan Asafti, a graphic designer from Romania.

“I have switched the slogans of the brands amongst themselves, the goal of this being to give them further meaning and to create a sort of a confusion. It is surprising how logos can influence other logos. The truth is that each pair of rivals has something in common, that something which has helped them to build one identity upon the other, this way becoming the biggest brands.”

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Photographer Became A Handy Lookout Post For Clever Meerkats

Photographer Became A Handy Lookout Post For Clever Meerkats

U.K.-based photographer Will Burrard-Lucas became a convenient makeshift lookout post for meerkats during his photo shoot in the Makgadikgadi region of Botswana, Africa. He spent six days capturing the life of this charming meerkat family when the babies started to get more and more curious and fascinated with Burrard-Lucas’s camera.

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