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15-year-old, Austrian-born photographer David Uzochukwu's atmospheric portraits express powerful emotions through moody scenes and surreal imagery. His conceptual images evoke somber feelings, as quiet moments reveal flowing tears, eyes shut tightly against the world, faces darkened by shadows, and hunched shoulders that project loneliness and anxiety.

The Brussels, Belgium-based creative…

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Sleek QUANT E-Sports Sedan is Powered by Salt Water

By now, we’re used to hearing about cars that run off electricity, but not necessarily from salt water. The Germany-based QUANT e-sports sedan by Nano Flow Cell has been in development for 14 years, and it uses an entirely new kind of energy storage system where fuel is made from a salt water solution. This sleek car has impressive specs, too. Nano Flow Cell claims that the…

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Machine Gears Transformed into Modern Metal Furniture

Did you ever think that the simple gear would have a place in contemporary furniture design? Manufacturer Remy Barrere Gears collaborated with French designer Amaury Poudray to create a series of tables inspired by the machine part. Aptly called Gears Table Collection, the modern furniture pieces recently made an appearance at…

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Winners of the Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2014

The winners of the Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2014 competition have been announced! The Royal Observatory Greenwich, in partnership with BBC Sky at Night Magazine and Flickr, invited astrophotographers from all around the world to submit their best images showcasing the spectacular beauty of the night sky and the natural wonders of our universe. With four…

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Look closely at these miniature scenes and you may be surprised by what you discover. 15-year-old Zev Hoover has a wildly vivid imagination that he translates into unbelievably magical moments. The young Massachusetts-based artist began taking pictures when he was just 8-years-old and, over the years, he has developed his skills to an impressively high level.

Hoover…

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Sputnik Lamps Meticulously Covered with a Complex Web

Julie Lansom is photographer-turned-decoration designer, crafting a collection of handmade lamps that she calls Sputnik. They are made using painted wood and high quality cotton or wool threads. Indentations are cut into each of the sides which allows Lansom to meticulously string the fibers between them and create a colorful, complex web covering.

Geometric shapes are an integral part of…

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