Monthly Archives: May 2016

Japanese Realistic Fake Food Bookmarks

These 2-dimensional realistic fake food bookmarks are sold through the quirky online shop Tokyo Kitsch. They come in 8 different varieties with each looking more lifelike than the next. Twitter / Facebook via [spoon-tamago]   Advertisements

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Black & White Ink Snakes by Mirko Sata

These serpentine designs on skin are by Milan-based tattoo artist Mirko Sata. Satatttvision / Instagram / Satatttvision’s Tumblr

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Song of the Day: Stan by Eminem featuring Dido

“Stan” is a song by American rapper Eminem featuring British singer Dido. It was released on December 9, 2000 as the third single from Eminem’s third studio album The Marshall Mathers LP (2000). It peaked at number one in the United … Continue reading

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Cosmos – Constellation Clock Speaker by Jay Hyun Kim

COSMOS tells the time with glittering constellations, bringing the nigt sky into your home. Cosmos unites lighting, music, and the night sky into one circular form. It provides full map of the northern hemisphere constellation, or be creative by connecting … Continue reading

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Hidden Poetry on Boston’s Sidewalks Is Revealed Only When It Rains

“In honor of National Poetry Month, Mass Poetry, in partnership with The City of Boston, is proud to present Raining Poetry. Using a biodegradable water-repellent spray and stencils made by local artists, the city’s Mural Crew is setting out to … Continue reading

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Realistic Icing Cookies by Chihiro Ogura

Japanese patisserie Chihiro Ogura runs a custom-made icing cookie shop called ANTOLPO. “The Ito Jakuchu exhibition, which celebrates the 300-year anniversary of the birth of one of Japan’s most prominent mid-Edo painters, is currently sweeping the nation. The exhibition, which … Continue reading

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China’s Apricot Blossom

Image credits:  Swordlily Chang Far in the northern China, there locates the Yili Kazak Autonomous Prefecture which has attracted many tourists there every year for its gorgeous natural scenery. Famed as “the Jiangnan beyond the north of the Great Wall”, Yili … Continue reading

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Song of the Day: Vincent by Don McLean

  “Vincent” is a song by Don McLean written as a tribute to Vincent van Gogh. It is also known by its opening line, “Starry Starry Night“, a reference to Van Gogh’s painting The Starry Night. The song also describes … Continue reading

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Perfume Set and Other Illustrations by Sachin Teng

“My name is Sachin Teng. Originally from New York, I attended Pratt Institute for my BFA in Communication Design with a focus in Illustration. Art is less a craft than it is a language. Sometimes things get lost in translation, … Continue reading

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Monochromatic GIFs by Carl Burton

“Digital artist and animator Carl Burton creates quick atmospheric GIFs that blend elements of science fiction and surrealism.” via [Colossal]

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