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Mirror: A Short Story of Similar Objects by Tanello

Mirror is a series of clever visual juxtapositions by Napoli-based creative duo Tanello Production. The short clip runs through a series of spot-on visual comparisons between objects that look alike, from a cruise ship and a steaming iron to a … Continue reading

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New Paper & Textile Wildlife Sculptures by Kate Kato

Botanical paper artist Kate Kato (previously) continues to use found and recycled paper to build intricate natural dioramas. A buzzing hive of bees makes a home in a matchbox, vintage books are overgrown with paper fungi and colorful wildflowers, and … Continue reading

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The Best Parades And Celebrations On The Planet For Día De Los Muertos

There’s no shortage of things to do this Día de los Muertos, no matter where you are in the world. Source: The Best Parades And Celebrations On The Planet For Día De Los Muertos

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The Right Chemistry: Hunter-gatherer diet seems to keep Hadza healthy | Montreal Gazette

Baobab fruit and porcupine aren’t likely to show up in supermarkets, but there are ways to increase the diversity of our gut bacteria. Source: The Right Chemistry: Hunter-gatherer diet seems to keep Hadza healthy | Montreal Gazette

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Dolphin brains show signs of Alzheimer’s Disease | University of Oxford

Study suggests Alzheimer’s Disease and Type 2 diabetes might both be the price of a longer lifespan, with altered insulin function the common cause. Source: Dolphin brains show signs of Alzheimer’s Disease | University of Oxford

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Recipes Organized into Component Parts in Food Styling Photos by Mikkel Jul Hvilshøj | Colossal

In a shoot for Nordic cookware brand Eva, Copenhagen-based photographer Mikkel Jul Hvilshøj lets the ingredients speak for themselves. With his flatlay photos on rich matte backgrounds, Hvilshøj creates compositions of raw recipe materials like carrots, star anise, and lemon … Continue reading

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Look At This: Rain Forest Was Here – NPR

NPR spent 2 weeks in the Amazon to find out. Take 10 mins to look at our photos and learn about why it’s so hard for us to stop deforestation — and what could happen if we don’t. Source: Look … Continue reading

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Amazon farmers discovered the secret of domesticating wild rice 4,000 years ago – ScienceBlog.com

Amazonian farmers discovered how to manipulate wild rice so the plants could provide more food 4,000 years ago, long before Europeans colonised America, archaeologists have … Read more Source: Amazon farmers discovered the secret of domesticating wild rice 4,000 years … Continue reading

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Scent of Geranium on Vimeo

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