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Photographer Danae Falliers captures the quiet stillness found on library shelves in her colorful collection of work, simply titled Library. From a direct point of view, the artist documents the rows and rows of lines and blocks of color which fill the shelves in organized arrangements.

She then uses digital manipulation to eliminate any text on the spines, and to obtain her desired…

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Looking for something different to wear on Halloween this year? Designer Steve Wintercroft has just the thing with these geometric mask templates that you can create with your very own paper. The artist's Etsy shop has all kinds of shapes including a Jack-o'-lantern, a skull, and the heads of a bear, fox, owl, and lion, to name a…

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Although you might think that you’re simply looking at discarded objects, what you’re actually seeing are carefully carved and painted wood sculptures by artist Tom Pfannerstill. His series is titled From the Street, and it features trompe-l'œil depictions of tattered everyday objects. The incredible craftsmanship and attention to detail means…

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Travelling on an airplane with your luggage can sometimes feel like a gamble. If you’re checking the bag, how much will it weigh, and will you have to pay extra for it? And, once it leaves your sight, where exactly are your belongings? Bluesmart Technologies helps take the worry out of travel with the first luggage that’s designed to harmoniously pair with your mobile device.

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My Modern Met is Searching for Contributing Writers


If you've been a fan of My Modern Met and want to go from a casual reader to an actual contributor, guess what, you're in luck. We're now hiring! It's an exciting time for us here as we continue to expand our business.

We're looking for applicants who are web-savvy, love all things creative, and want to share their passion with the world. You'll not only get to polish your…

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Gorgeous Kinetic Rain Installation in Singapore

If you're ever walking through Changi Airport in Singapore, make sure to take in this breathtaking art installation by ART+COM. Called Kinetic Rain, it's composed of two parts, each with 608 rain droplets made of lightweight aluminum covered with copper. Suspended from thin steel ropes, each droplet seem to magically float as they move precisely with one another, thanks to the help of…

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