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Dead Sea Dress
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Dead Sea Dress

If you've ever wondered what a dress would look like after 7 years of sitting in the Dead Sea, you now have your answer. Artist artist Sigalit Landau has finally unveiled her project after waiting patiently for about 7 years. After her obsession with a place called the Dead Sea, which is 12 to 18 per cent sodium ...

Typewriter Portraits
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Typewriter Portraits

This artist really proves that a picture is worth a thousand words. Instead of using a “normal” medium to create his landscape art, UK-based artist James Cook decided on using a typewriter. Each piece he creates is of an actual place in the world (sometimes he creates them on location) and uses ONLY letters and ...

Mountain Coffee Tables
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Mountain Coffee Tables

These coffee tables are anything but ordinary. Carpenter duo Ben & Manu create their furniture to include a carving of a mountain or other landscapes in them, and sell them direct to order on their website. I couldn’t imagine having one of these in my living room while me and my friends were playing sock em ...

Secret World Rings
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Secret World Rings

This artists makes rings with tiny landscapes inside of them. They’re called called secret world rings, and they’re inspired by real life events, like the aurora borealis, the Northern lights, or even an erupting volcanos. Each one is handmade using wood, resin, and a special blend of wax and oils to preserve the ...

A Pen With Parasitic Worms
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A Pen With Parasitic Worms

This is the strangest pen in the world. It’s just like any other ballpoint pen, except it has live parasitic worms swimming around inside it. It’s made by a Japanese company who source the worms themselves. Each one is sold for 950 yen, or $8.59 USD. To make things even more creepy, the company says the worms ...

Banana Peel Oxidation Art
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Banana Peel Oxidation Art

When we were young, most of us were told not to play with our food, but I'm assuming no one ever told artist Anna Chojnicka this. And unless your making banana bread, it's pretty damn pointless to have a bruised banana laying around. Chojnicka uses a comb and a miniature skewer, both items she found laying around in ...

British Architect Puts Giant Zipper On Building In Milan
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British Architect Puts Giant Zipper On Building In Milan

During Milan Design Week, designers from around the world create exhibitions using the architecture in Milan, Italy. In April 2019, British designer, Alex Chinneck's exhibition, "Open to the Public," received positive critical attention. Created in partnership with the British vaping and tobacco brand, Iqos (a ...

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