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Just because a clay pot is broken doesn’t mean that you have to throw it out. Creative gardeners have developed a resourceful trend that repurposes the broken pieces into whimsical creations, making for a fantastic DIY project. Commonly known as fairy gardens, these arrangements fashion the clay into tiers or steps for succulents and moss to grow on. They often include small…

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A father-son duo, known as Tiger Tomato, are taking pancake art to another level. By combining their love of both food and art, the talented team create beloved cartoon characters like Garfield, Homer Simpson, and Frozen's Olaf out of colorful pancake batter. Their video portfolio of adorably delicious work…

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By venturing into the 30-million-year-old limestone caves on New Zealand's North Island, photographer Joseph Michael was able to capture magical images of the glowworms that call this place home. Against the natural backdrop that the cave provides, it looks as though there are hundreds of miniature, blue-tinted…

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London-based installation artist Lee Borthwick has an extraordinary gift: she is able to seamlessly combine manmade mirrors with wooden stumps found in nature to form beautifully surreal works of art. The expert designer, who has presented her work as stand-alone wall art indoors and as a hidden exhibition in the middle of an otherwise…

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The Nam Et-Phou Louey Biodiversity Conservation Area in northern Laos, Vietnam could soon be the site of unique spherical eco-lodges that hang from the trees. These unconventional accommodations would allow visitors to observe and immerse themselves within the gorgeous landscape near the Nam Poung village. They’re part of a…

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Although this Queen Anne-style building may look like a typical English farmhouse on the exterior, it hides an incredible secret inside: a home left frozen in time since the 1940s. Located in Ryton-on-Dunsmore, Warwickshire, the interior of the Grange Farm has remained unchanged for nearly 80 years, when the recently deceased owners inherited the property from their parents. Siblings Jack and…

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Unlike your typical street artist tagging buildings with spray paint or covering public walls in stencils, artist Stefaan De Croock (aka Strook) leaves his mark with planks of discarded wood. In fact, he doesn't even use paint or any other form of colorant to alter the pigments of the salvaged doors and wooden materials.…

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