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Self-proclaimed “noodle freak” Fanny Chu has created an illustration that will delight and inform fans of the delicious dish known as ramen. Called The Ramen Poster: Wall Art For Ramen Lovers, it features 25 popular variations of the salty soup and noodles. Each type of ramen has an accompanying illustration that details its ingredients. It’s not only art to hang on…

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The team at Catastrophic Creations recently completed an unconventional cat bed that'll appeal to fans of the Super Mario Bros. universe. They were inspired by the game’s adorable enemy called Chain Chomp and constructed a feline-friendly bunk in its likeness. To use it, the cat simply climbs over the terrifying teeth and into a soft and cushy space. This provides the feline…

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Colorful Kaleidoscope Dome Dazzles in Hong Kong

A new public art installation has sprung up in Shatin Park in Hong Kong that's dazzling those who enter. Kaleidome, by LAAB, is a dome shaped structure made up of 262 polyhedral cells of polished stainless steel. Each cell is like a small window out into the world. Similar to a kaleidoscope, light enters the dome and creates colorful shadows on the ground.

As LAAB…

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How relaxing would it be to go to the beach after the monotony and stress of a long workday? Now you can in your very own home!  Dubai-based company Imperial Interiors is installing calming, nature-inspired floor patterns, making traditional designs a thing of the past. Their newest creation is known as a 3D liquid floor. This unique flooring can replace…

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Shortly after an eight-month-old cat named Mikey gave birth to her three kittens, she was inconsolable. The kittens were born too early and even though the cat's owner Hillary did everything she could to save them, they ended up passing away. Mikey then became depressed as she frantically searched for her…

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The small town of Guatapé, Columbia has a unique landmark that attracts a countless number of visitors each year. The Rock of Guatapé is 7,005 ft. high and provides 659 steps for visitors to climb to the top. At the peak of this magnificent rock, tourists are rewarded with marvelous views of the majestic countryside. There is also a…

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After six years working as a photographer for one of Japan's weekly magazines, Takayuki Ogawa decided to take a trip out to New York. For about a year, from 1967 to 1968, Ogawa walked New York's streets taking photos of everything he saw around him. With a fresh set of eyes, he captured the overall mood of the metropolis. From a family of five looking hopeful as they stare at…

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We’re great admirers of the hilariously honest (and sometimes awkward) greeting cards by Emily McDowell. Now, she’s bringing that same truthful spunk to subjects that are tough to tackle. Specifically, what to say to someone who’s dealing with serious health conditions like cancer, chronic illness, or…

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Russian artist Lesha Lauz, aka Alexey, creates colorful tattoos that are fit for our digital age. He combines vibrantly-hued animals and obscures parts of their portraits with pixels. The permanent body art is reminiscent of when an image doesn’t load correctly, and it's something we're probably all too familiar with. Here, Lauz’s handiwork is a playful and often…

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The Labyrinth Table is a playful piece of wood furniture built by Benjamin Nordsmark. As the name suggests, the minimalist rectangular table consists of a giant maze that’s situated beneath a sheet of diamond glass. Nordsmark calls this a “small universe,” and the mesmerizing labyrinth is occupied by six small figures that can be moved around by the handles underneath the…

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