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    The Origami Condom invented by Daniel Resnic is the first non-rolled, injection-molded, engineered, silicone condom intended to facilitate a pleasurable and safe sexual experience for the male wearer and his female partner. It is intended to facilitate a pleasurable and safe experience for both partners, increase its acceptability, improve sensation and comfort, and influence consistent condom compliance for those who engage in anal intercourse and are at risk for contracting HIV/AIDS, and STI/STD.
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    FDRL, an Ottawa-based design consultancy. Their Maple Set knives are made predominantly from maple wood, with a dimunitive sliver of metal for the blade. Great design!
    "With this project we wanted to explore an alternative emotion to the standard kitchen knives you see every day. The focus is drawn to the high polished blade, while the rest of the knife's Maple wood body sits warmly in the hand and blends in to its surroundings. The wood is sealed and food safe to allow for easy cleanup. The knife gives the appearance of being lightweight; however their weight is balanced to ensure that they can be used by any level of chef."
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    "The Very Hungry Caterpillar" created by LEGO Artist Bruce Lowell out of LEGO bricks.
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    The Laguna Beach-based artist Andrew Myers has recently created a 4 foot by 4 foot sculpture of a men's dress shirt out of 6,500 screws.
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    Barista Mike Breach has made it his personal project to paint lovely little drawings in latte drinks and post them to a tumblr. The video, produced by Tumblr Storyboard.
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    Leonid Tishkov is a Moscow physician turned avant-garde artist. His latest project, "Private Moon" is a series of stylized and sentimental photographs of himself with a large illuminated crescent moon taken at various locations around the world.
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    The Works Sydney has recently unveiled the world's largest cooler, which will be used to film a TV commercial in April. The 36-by-15-metre cooler stocked with giant Jim Beam "cans" was constructed at the Bondi Icebergs pool. The cooler was filled with approximately 2 million litres of water, more than 500 giant "ice cubes" and 33 Jim Beam "cans" that measure 1.9 metres in diameter and 3.9 metres tall.
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    New York artist Jason Hackenwerth just unveiled his latest work balloon sculpture, entitled "Pisces" at the Edinburgh International Science Festival in the Grand Gallery of the National Museum of Scotland.
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    The Naked Sihouette Alphabet by Greek artist Anastasia Mastrakouli is a series of ethereal photos, in which a nude female model forms the 26 alphabetic letters with her body. Awesome!
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    The Carma Project is a really cool project, sponsored by ad firm Leo Burnett Lisbon. They made a bike with as many reclaimed car parts as possible, watch the video! They "built a bicycle out of the scrap of a retired Mercedes hoping that the heavy karma of the car could be rebalanced by riding the same number of kilometres in a greener way: just by cycling."
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    Hotello is a portable space, containing all the necessary elements for a minimal room: a desk, a lamp, a stool, a shelf, a locker. Hotello consists of a metal structure that supports double curtains (translucent and sound absorbant) as well as all the furniture needed to work and rest. Designed by Roberto De Luca and Antonio Scarponi.
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    A baggins bonsai, a miniature replica of Bilbo Baggins’ house from The Lord of the Rings by J.R.R. Tolkien, built by mechanical engineer Chris Guise, who calls Bag End Bonsai Trayscape(flickr set). Cool
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    The giant keyboard installation in Yekaterinburg, Russia is created by Russian artist Anatoly Vyatkin. The installation is a giant replica of a Cyrillic QWERTY keyboard made of 86 stone blocks, each weighing up to 1,000 pounds.
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    Parisian architectural firm Atelier Zündel Cristea wants to transform an abandoned Battersea Power Station in London into a museum encircled by a roller coaster track. "The proposal, it took first prize in the ArchTriumph Museum of Architecture competition, would revitalize the area while still preserving the history of the building, which has been out of use since its decommission in 1983."
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    The musical swings Montréal's Quartier are created by daily tous les jours. When they are used together, melodies begin to emerge as a result of people's cooperation with one another.
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    This project called Colorful Shit by Gabriel Morais. "To show how much the food we ingest affects our body, therefore the colour of each poop was not manipulated on photoshop. " Pictured (after more) is the result of an experiment which saw him eat 3.5kg of Froot Loops in 30 hours. He's also tried eating 4.5kg of beetroot in 36 hours and 4kg of sweet corn in 36 hours.(Pictures after more)
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    A group of creative food artwork by Hong Yi, an artist from Malaysian state Sabah.
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    "a 3,44 metre long kinetic clock installation; A million times. The installation is based on almost 300 interconnected analogue clocks. Each clock contains 2 motors to drive the minute and hour-hand independently, creating a choreography. Together, all clocks create one giant display, showcasing customizable texts, patterns and graphics."
    PoolLiveAid is a project by Luis Sousa, Ricardo Alves, and J.M.F Rodrigues of University of the Algarve, Portugal. A snooker project capable of ball, cue and tables detection, for easy learning and move prediction. Cool
    "Making use of a ceiling mounted camera, the system reads in the borders of the table, location of the cue ball, and angle of the pool cue to make the sort of calculations a real shark makes in his head. Then, it spits out the likely path on the table with a projector."
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    Equiped with twin turbine engines, normally used in RC jets, Fritz Unger from Germany is working on 'Project Skyflash' that is seen here getting closer to putting himself into the air with his homemade jetpack. Fritz Unger and his team want to be able to lauch a human being 25,000 feet into the sky right from ground level, just like Iron Man...Watch the video.
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