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Solitary Worlds Explored in New Psychological Drawings by Stefan Zsaitsits

Solitary protagonists investigate, embrace, or hide from emotions in evocative new drawings by Stefan Zsaitsits. The Austrian artist (previously) depicts individuals in situations that balance relatable everyday moments with surreal twists. Sitting at a dining table, one subject snorkels into the … Continue reading

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Dysfunctional Household Objects and Fabricated Flowers Cleverly Created by PUTPUT

Copenhagen-based studio  PUTPUT (previously) creates visual puns and quirky tools in their juxtaposition-filled photographs. From salami sunglasses to a chair made of flaming birthday candles, PUTPUT has a “shared and deeply rooted fascination with metaphysical relationships connected to everyday objects”,[…] Source: … Continue reading

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Life in Miniature: Medical Devices and Pre-Packaged Foods Immortalized in Tiny Sculptures by Kath Holden and Margaret Shaw

Kath Holden constantly daydreams about the everyday objects she can transform into tiny sculptures. Even during doctor’s appointments, the U.K.-based miniaturist glances around the room to investigate which medical devices she can cull for inspiration. Holden runs Delph Minatures with her … Continue reading

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Paper Illustrations and GIFs Explore the Body and Mind in New Work by Eiko Ojala

New Zealand and Estonia-based illustrator Eiko Ojala (previously) creates cut paper illustrations that present shadow and depth through creative layering of colorful pieces of paper. Recently, his editorial illustrations have been focused on the mind and body, like a cut … Continue reading

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Men rescue ‘dog’ from ice, find wolf

Kind-hearted Estonian workers rushed to rescue a dog in distress from a freezing river on Wednesday – unaware of the fact they were actually about to bundle a wild wolf into their car. The men were working on the Sindi … Continue reading

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When an Inuit Spotted This Polar Bear Struggling for its Life, Locals Rushed to Try and Save

When an Inuit Spotted This Polar Bear Struggling for its Life, Locals Rushed to Try and Save Please do not forget to visit the site http://scribol.com Subscribe to our channel:https://goo.gl/vyinsz ************************************************************** An Inuit guide was taking a routine sightseeing excursion … Continue reading

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World Whale Day 2019 – WWF | WWF

World Whale Day 2019. WWF and Sky Ocean Rescue track whales in the Pelagos Sanctuary. […] Source: World Whale Day 2019 – WWF | WWF

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Extreme Temperatures Breed Glassy Hollow Forms Called ‘Ghost Apples’

You’ve seen the perfect arcs of boiling water solidified mid-throw, and perhaps this frozen speeding sign that duplicated itself over 2019’s Polar Vortex, but have you seen ghost apples? Thanks to a Facebook post by farm manager Andrew Sietsma, the phenomenon has captivated the internet, leaving … Continue reading

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Sci-Fi Short Film “The Lost City of Tomorrow” – DUST presents USC Student Film Week

The Lost City of Tomorrow” by Auden Bui. An unhappy man sets out to shut down an outdated storage facility, but his interaction with the unusual caretaker will make it an unforgettable experience.

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Six Stories About Out-Of-The-Ordinary Senses

What’s it like to feel the pain of others? To hear in vivid color? To remember everything that has ever happened to you? In this reel, meet people living with mirror-touch synesthesia, Highly Superior Autobiographical Memory and other phenomena.

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