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Bread Lamps: Artist Crafts Lamps From Actual Bread

Bread Lamps Made From Actual Bread

Japanese artist Yukiko Morita has created lamps out of real loaves of bread. Made from a simple bread recipe and then coated in resin — a battery-powered LED lamp is inserted to help add some mood light to any room. These battery-powered lamps give off a warm glow that is exactly how we picture fresh bread in our hearts and minds.

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What Not To Say To A Photographer

What Not To Say To A Photographer

Graphic designer Luca Masini of Zerouno Design created a series of graphics that feature questions or phrases that commonly annoy photographers. “We have compiled a list of the most annoying and irritating phrases that can reach the ear of a photographer, not only from the customers in this case, but also by improvised photographers, friends, relatives, boyfriends, etc.”

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Cessna Light Aircraft Converted Into A Car

Cessna Aircraft Converted Into A Car

Car-enthusiast cop Jeff Bloch has converted an abandoned Cessna aircraft into a car. Using parts from a Toyota van Jeff even takes the vehicle through drive throughs and fills up at petrol stations. The car reached top speeds of 70mph at a South Carolina race.

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The Art of Clean Up: Sorting and Stacking Everyday Objects

The Art of Clean Up

Are you one of those people who like to keep everything in order? If you do, you’re going to love the project The Art of Clean Up, created by Ursus Wehrli. This guy will perfectly organize the most unusual of places! Do you hate how unorganized the parking lots are, or how your haphazardly your grandma hangs the laundry to dry in the sun? Welcome to the perfect world where everything is in its rightful place.

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Happy New Year 2015

Students Forming 2015

Students celebrate the forthcoming new year at Shenyang Agricultural University in Shenyang, Liaoning Province, China. 2015 is the “Year of the Sheep” in China, as illustrated by this student in eastern Shandong province.

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