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At first glance, it appears that this shop owner is surrounded by nothing more than your average corner store basics like potato chips, candy, and beer. However, upon closer inspection, viewers will discover that the entire collection of goods is actually made out of felt. Created by artist Lucy Sparrow, The Cornershop is a London pop-up store that mimics an actual corner store in squishy felt…

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Mornings just got a little easier with this coffee-making alarm clock, the Barisieur, by British industrial designer Joshua Renouf. When it's time, the multi-functioning machine begins brewing a fresh cup of coffee right by your bedside. Before actually leaving the cozy comfort of your covers, a steaming hot cup of Joe is ready and waiting to get your morning going in the right direction.

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Get lost in these breathtaking images of people finding peace in nature by Vancouver-based photographer Elizabeth Gadd. The 21-year-old photographs her subjects overlooking breathtaking vistas, their backs turned to the camera as they contemplate the stunning landscapes before them. Whether the figures are wading knee-deep in a tranquil lake, standing beneath a magnificent waterfall, balancing on…

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Vertical Skip is a dazzlingly luminescent installation by Berlin-based artist Thilo Frank. Constructed using lightwire, a transformer, a speed control unit, sensors, and an electric engine, the dynamic sculpture is in constant flux, morphing into new forms in an incredible exploration of space, light, and motion.

Driven by the movements of the surrounding audience, Vertical…

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Residents of Sydney, Australia were treated to the amazing sight of an extraordinarily spectacular sunset this past Monday. As the sun set shortly after 5PM, a vibrant blanket of red, pink, orange, and violet hues swept across the heavens, turning the sky into a glorious symphony of fiery colors.

The stunning sight sent social media into a frenzy, as hordes of Instagram…

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Once you’re done drinking out of an aluminum can, there isn’t much left to do but recycle it. Not for Japanese artist Makaon, though. He takes these would-be discarded cans and turns them into sculptures featuring characters from popular culture. We see the Super Mario Brothers, Batman, Pikachu, and even Buzz Lightyear crafted out of the various colorful…

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After years of building traditional model railroad dioramas, Japanese artist Akihiro Morohoshi put a twist on his usual work by embedding the miniature scenes in everyday objects. In his playful works of art, tiny and quaint worlds sit atop and inside discarded Pringle chips cans, matchboxes, guitars, and candy vending machines.

Morohoshi's studio,…

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