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How Scotland Voted, Council by Council


It’s official, the Scottish have chosen to stay with the United Kingdom after the historic vote on September 18th.

This Japanese Spa Proves Coffee, Wine, Green Tea, & Sake Aren’t Just For Drinking


While we’ve heard about the antioxidant benefits of drinking a glass of red wine per day, there are other ways of using the reservatol to reduce environmental damage to your skin.

Paintings for Ants: One Tiny Painting Every Day for One Year


If you’re looking at these images on a computer screen, they’re far larger than life. Lorraine Loots has a phenomenal talent for creating paintings so small they’re dwarfed by the tools used to make them.

How Common is Your Birthday? Fascinating Birth Patterns in the USA


Just how common is your birthday? Do you share your cake-day with 5 friends and a co-worker every year?

Driver-less Cars of the Future Will Be So Safe That We Can Make Them Out of Glass


At the recent London Design Festival 2014, a local designer named Dominic Wilcox revealed his beautiful conceptual design of the future.

4 Lessons From the Life of Orson Welles


Orson Welles has a varied reputation depending on who you ask. He lived many lives. Some cite his egotism and success as a Broadway theater director during the Depression.

Walk and Work in this Human-Sized Hamster Wheel


Study after study has shown that sitting down is killing us… but we still do it all the time at sedentary jobs with uncomfortable chairs.

How Have We Changed? The Same Locations Filmed 100-Years-Later


A lot of the world has changed in the past 100 years, but a lot has stayed the same too. Dutch photographer Frits de Beer has re-shot the locations of a vintage film featuring his home city, Alkmaar as it appeared a century ago in 1914.

5 Annual Reports that Absolutely Nail It


Just the thought of reading a company’s annual report is enough to make most eyes go blurry, but it doesn’t have to be so.

14 Startling Pet X-Rays Reveal the Weird Things Animals Eat


In what might be the most entertaining competition in existence, the “They Ate WHAT?” x-ray contest awards cash prizes to the most impressive images of hungry animals’ innards.

Microscopic Art: Stunning Kaleidoscopic Arrangements of Diatoms By Klaus Kemp


Since Victorian times, people have been fascinated with the unique, geometric diatoms that are invisible to the naked eye.

Artist Reaches Out and Touches His Hyperrealistic Paintings


Venezuelan artist Gustavo Silva Nuñez paints people so realistically it looks like he can reach out and touch them.

This Guy Poses His Bull Terrier in Hilariously Imaginative Scenes


When he’s not doodling on just about everything in sight, Rafael Mantesso is drawing silly scenes around his bull terrier and posting them on Instagram.

Florentijn Hofman’s Gigantic Lounging Bunny Meets a Fiery End


You’ve definitely seen the work of Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman before. He’s the creator of the world’s largest rubber duck that’s been slowly floating to harbors around the world.

Umbrellas for Miles: Aerial Views of a Colorful Italian Beach Town


German photographer Bernhard Lang went on a pleasant holiday to the seaside resort town of Adria, Italy – a place that is absolutely covered with umbrellas.

Motion Silhouette Creates Stories with Shadow Play


You don’t need an iPad to create an interactive book. Just ask designers Megumi Kajiwara and Tatsuhiko Niijima.

A Wooden Wave Made from 9076 Individual Parts


HG-Architecture of Seoul Korea, have created a wave-like wooden structure that is a mix of striking complexity and sinuous simplicity.

Enchanting Photo Shoot In The World’s Largest Salt Flat Requires No Photoshop Magic


The largest salt flat in the world, measuring over 4,000 square miles across, is the Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia.

FrankenCamera: 18-Year-Old Converts Vintage Rangefinder into a Digital Camera


For years I’ve been looking at vintage cameras, and seeing a world of possibility. What if you could transform those cool relics of the film age into something conveniently digital?

A New Conceptual Plane Designed for Professional Athletes by Nike and Teague Design


Design firm Teague and Nike have partnered to create a digital concept for a jet intended to transport professional athletes from city to city.


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