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Aung San Suu Kyi portrait made out of 2,000 carnations

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Malaysian artist Hong Yi created this portrait of Burmese opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi out of 2,000 white carnations, some of which are dyed into red.
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Foreign Students Studying in the USA (infographic)

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The entire image after more.
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Holes in the memory

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Holes in the memory - A series of over 20 old family photos inspired artworks in various dimensions, made strictly of holes using a 0.5mm needle on canvas by Tel Aviv-based artist Michal Taharlev.
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Crab and lobster on a date

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Crab and lobster on a date. Created by Seo Kim.

Moon rise timelapse

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This is a collage of 11 photos of a full moon rising taken over 27 minutes and 59 seconds by motion designer Dan Marker-Moore behind Downtown Los Angeles.

Barbie Without Makeup

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This is what Barbie would look like without makeup as imagined by artist Eddi Aguirre. Wow... He stripped Barbie off her makeup and came up with the image that you see above. You can check out a close-up of Barbie sans the heavy makeup after the break.
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Dinosaur beard

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Beard shaved in the shape of dinosaur.
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Gif: doors

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doors...

The WonderCon 2013

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The WonderCon 2013

Why Are We Afraid of the Dark?

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Why Are We Afraid of the Dark? The entire image after more.
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Gif: Tree and Stars

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Tree and Stars

Vintage social networking

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Vintage social networking.
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If Facebook Made a Real Facebook Home

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The guys at Joy of Tech created a comic that shows what Facebook distilled into a home would look like.
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Street art: Car

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Car

Amazing 3D art on elevator floor

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Horrifying "Great White Shark Attack" 3D art created on elevator floor by Robert Smith.