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The Wheel House

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The Wheel House by UK's Acrojou Circus Theater features a live performance of two acrobats as they live in a unique circular house - complete with bookcase, pots and pans, and other household accoutrements - rolling slowly on a straight path to nowhere.
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Building Cloud's Buster Sword (Final Fantasy VII) - MAN AT ARMS

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Tony Swatton and his crew create a replica of the Buster Sword from Final Fantasy VII.

Rain Room

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The Rain Room, an art installation by rAndom International, is a large room where it rains indoor. The trick is that cameras detect the visitors' positions to turn off the individual rain strems directly overhead. The result is quite magical: you can walk through pouring rain without getting wet, no umbrellas required.
The art installation, which made its splash at the Barbican in London, Random International’s Rain Room is now coming to the MoMA in New York. Check out the video clip below.
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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles made from twist ties

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Amazing Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles made from ordinary twist ties.

20-Foot Long Balloon Dinosaur

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Larry Moss’s Airigami team did and assemble a huge-ass balloon dinosaur in the lobby of the Virgina Museum of Natural History. This balloonimal is an acrocanthosaurus, which is a carnivorous dinosaur from the Early Cretaceous period. At 20 feet long, it's almost a 1:1 scale model. Cool. It took about 4 days to complete. This time lapse video shows the building of a 20-foot balloon acrocanthosaurus at the Virginia Museum of Natural History April 19-21, 2013. Design and project management by Larry Moss and Kelly Cheatle. Crew included Phil and Dee Cosmos, Marsha Gallagher, and TJ Michael
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Edible dress

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Korean fine artist Yeonju Sung creates the Wearable Foods, a series of one-piece dress images. The edible dresses are made from ordinary foods, including tomato, banana, eggplant, spring onion, white raddish, etc.
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Drop The Beat

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Inspired by Laurie Anderson's 1986 concert film "Home of the Brave", "Drop The Beat" is a wearable electronic drum set that aims to elevate the artist's presence during live performance. Each drum pad is embedded with a piezo sensor and is attached to the vest with velcro. The audio was recorded with the vest and GarageBand. Each drum pad has a piezo sensor embedded in it to measure any changes in pressure, allowing the wearer to hit it, press on it, or just rake their fingers across it to get a response. Watch the video of it action.
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A Knitted Boyfriend

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A Knitted Boyfriend created by artist Noortje de Keijzer.
"My Knitted Boyfriend the product so far resulted in two knitted man. Arthur, knitted on 14.09.2011 has white skin, dark brown hair and black knickers. Steve, knitted on 27.09.2011 has dark brown skin, black hair and beige knickers. Arthur loves the camera but Steve is a bit harder to photograph. Better photo’s of both man as a product will follow. For now enjoy this series of photo’s photographed by Anne Dokter at studio IJM. (models Arthur van Beek and Renee de Brock)."
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Origami Condoms

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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's Wooden Kitchen Knives

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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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LEGO caterpillar

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"The Very Hungry Caterpillar" created by LEGO Artist Bruce Lowell out of LEGO bricks.

Shirt made out of 6,500 screws

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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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Meet Mike Breach, who "paints" everything -- and everyone -- into his lattes.

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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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Private Moon

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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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World's largest cooler

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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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