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How would you like to walk up to a wall full of flowers and see them beautifully bloom? Well now you can if you're in Japan. In this digital installation, flowers cover four inner walls of a former sewing factory in Usuno, Bungotakada. Chrysanthemums and roses bloom and explode into cascades of petals as visitors approach the walls of the darkened room, then they wither away as…

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Natural Act is a collection of creative photo collages in which Turkey-based photographer Merve Özaslan merged multiple images into intriguing narratives. Using vintage black and white photographs, the artist blended color elements into the scenes to create unexpected visual stories. Viewers are invited to investigate how the surprising alterations change the meaning of the…

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Meet Alice Lewis, a 9-year-old girl who expresses her extraordinary imagination and personality through stunning cosplay photos captured by her adoptive mother, photographer Kelly Lewis. An aspiring model and actress, Alice embodies different characters with remarkable ease in front of the camera, transforming herself completely into iconic figures like Joan of Arc, Wonder Woman, Edward…

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It's that time of year again! Time to enjoy the results of the 2014 World Beard and Moustache Championships. For the annual event, men flock to the competition to show off their amazing facial hair designs. The website explains, "From delicate Dali moustaches to anything-goes full beard freestyles and medal-worthy mutton chops, this competition represents the full…

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Have you ever had the urge to lick a cactus? Probably not, but what if you could - in an alternatively safer form, of course. It’s the idea behind designer Wei Li’s project titled Dangerous Popsicles; they’re a collection of colorful, oddly-shaped frozen treats that are inspired by cacti and life-threatening viruses.

Li created the popsicles by first modeling and printing them using…

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Two years ago, self-taught photographer Adrien Broom had a crazy dream. She would build eight room installations that would each represent a different color of the rainbow. The project would be about rediscovering the simple joys of color as seen through the eyes of a little girl. The multimedia endeavor would be part photography, part film, and part installation. …

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Israel-based Merav (Salush) Eitan and Gaston Zahr of OGE Creative Group were inspired by the structure of a bird's nest to develop this large, playful reclining space. Called Giant Birdsnest for Creating New Ideas, the circular wooden structure is filled with soft, egg-shaped pillows and is intended to function as a "fusion of furniture and…

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