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99-year-old Lillian Weber has a generous heart and sewing hands that just won't stop. The Iowa-based woman spends hours every single day making a dress for small children who receive the clothing through the Christian nonprofit group Little Dresses for Africa.

For the past two years, Weber has made more…

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At first glance the sculptures constructed by artist Li Hongbo appear to be chiseled out of stone, but once manipulated and pulled, they reveal the use of a different medium. Once the viewer uncovers that the sculpture can not only move, but stretch, spread, twist, bend, and contract, the pieces exhibit a much greater impact. 

Hongbo first…

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It’s common to see audio speakers that are sitting on a desk or attached to a wall for surround sound. OM Audio's OM/ONE breaks away from such conventions, however, and looks positively futuristic. It has a very distinctive attribute - it floats! The innovative product features a 3.6 inch levitating driver (about the size of a tennis ball) that hovers above its base at a height of…

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Using the human body as her canvas, artist Gesine Marwedel creates amazing works of body art that will have you staring in awe. The artist draws upon the shape of a person's twisted body, head, and limbs to produce intricate optical illusions that appear to be landscapes, animals, and all sorts of elaborate designs.

At first glance, many of the compositions, which are set against solid black…

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This photo series is an inspiring story of a mother's love. Photographer Holly Spring's young daughter struggled early in life with Hirschsprung’s Disease and has only one hand, but Spring won't let that stop her from living life to the fullest. This collection of photographs was Spring's way of encouraging her daughter and showing her that life doesn't have to be filled with…

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What does 200 calories worth of food look like? The website Wisegeek conducted a study of 71 different edibles to find out. They proportioned things like peanut butter, canned beans, fruits, veggies, and even soda into 200 calorie quantities and photographed the results. It’s surprising to see what this actually looks like when on a plate.

Some foods, like candy, are high in calories…

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For German designer Christoph Bader, the central theme of his project is based on processes that create shapes and patterns, resulting in artwork that look anything but digital. Limm is a series that, at first glance, appears to be elaborate patterns of string, but are actually constructed on a computer. 

The pictures begin as an algorithm or set of rules that…

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