In her nature-inspired works of art, Heather Fortner not only depicts the forms of fish, but does so using the actual bodies of the fish. The technique is called gyotaku (魚 gyo "fish" + 拓 taku "rubbing"), a traditional Japanese method of fish printing that originated in the mid-19th century as a way for fishermen to record the…

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Forget drab walls, cramped cubicles, and the daily 9-to-5 grind. Imagine working in an office out on the open sea—gazing out at blue waves and azure skies, feeling the warmth of sunshine, and smelling the ocean breeze while pushing your creativity and innovation further than ever before. That fantasy will become a reality with the launch of…

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Photographer Andi Last has perfectly demonstrated how one can own their transformation during chemotherapy. Thirteen days after she started her breast cancer treatment, the inspiring woman began to lose her hair. Rather than dwelling on this external change, she decided to get creative and have fun with her…

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Coloring books for adults are a fantastic way to relieve stress and escape the pressures of day-to-day life. But sometimes, you don’t want to forget—you want to commiserate on how hard it can be. With this in mind, Comedians Ryan Hunter and Taige Jensen have cleverly combined the pleasant experience of…

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A group of Florida firefighters went above and beyond on the call of duty after assisting a man who had recently suffered a heart attack. The servicemen responded to a 911 call at the home of Ralph McCrory, who had been mowing his lawn when he started to experience symptoms of cardiac failure. After a rescue crew rushed him to the local hospital, the…

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Tucked away on quiet streets far from the hustle and bustle of popular tourist attractions, in between the spectacular palaces, temples, and tombs that appear on the covers of guidebooks, an entire category of Indian architecture has faded into obscurity and historical obsolescence. Called stepwells, these centuries-old…

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20-year-old Bekah Miles is using a simple tattoo to make an important statement about mental illness. After she was diagnosed with depression, the young woman decided to get the phrase "I'm fine" tattooed upon her thigh. But when you look closer, you'll realize that the mark says something completely different when you look down at it from…

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