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     Paintings - Holton Rower
    Directing, Cinematography, Editing - Dave Kaufman
    In this time-lapse video created from thousands of individual frames, photographers Scott Andrews, Stan Jirman and Philip Scott Andrews condense six weeks of painstaking work into three minutes, 52 seconds.
    A rarely-staged early work (1970) by Trisha Brown, it hadn't been seen in the United States since its New York debut nearly 40 years ago until the performance above, on July 5, 2008, sponsored by the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
    A cool way to make a rainbow.
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    Downtown From Behind is a photo project - "New Yorkers ride their bikes through the streets of lower Manhattan"
    The photographs are taken by Bridget Fleming who moved to the Lower East Side from Australia in 2008. She hopes to capture "the heartbeat of New York" through the city's most creative residents - writers, designers, chefs, models, musicians, entrepreneurs and actors.
    “It’s a nonportrait portrait,” Ms. Fleming said. “The shots are composed as if the biker has center stage, but the street and the whole collection are the stars.”
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    Eric Jacqmain, 19 year old, from Indiana in the US, covered an ordinary fibreglass satellite dish with 5,800 tiny mirror tiles - and made his very own 'death ray'.
    "The R5800 is my latest and greatest solar creation. Made from an ordinary fiberglass satellite dish, it is covered in about 5800 3/8" (~1cm) mirror tiles. When properly aligned, it can generate a spot the size of a dime with an intensity of 5000 suns! This amount of power is more than enough to melt steel, vaporize aluminum, boil concrete, turn dirt into lava, and obliterate any organic material in an instant. It stands at 5'9" and is 42" across. " Check out the video! Currently he is building an even larger one with 32,000 mirrors, wow!
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    Tennis ball island, the miniature sculpture by Slinkachu.
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    'Fire with Fire' video installation, video projection of 15 minutes playing in continuous loop. Awesome!
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    Brian Donnelly, a Brooklyn-based artist who goes by the name of KAWS, who has teamed up with the Standard Hotel to release some limited edition filament light bulbs. 1,000 sets of 3 bulbs - red, purple and green filaments.
    “Just changing a small thing, like a filament, can turn a light bulb from a standard everyday thing to something you want to look at,” “You’re raised not to stare at light bulbs, but this is the opposite of that.” said KAWS to the New York Times.
    A pair of trademark X  -" it’s a signature, but also works with the round shape” They're available in limited-edition set of three (red, purple and green) for $65 at Standard Hotel retail shops and online.
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    The new fashion accessories created by Japanese designers Motoi Ishibashi and Daito Manabe, and are now being used in a commercial advertising a winter sale at a Japanese clothing store, Laforet Harajuku. Motoi Ishibashi said the pair was inspired by "LED throwies," or bundles of LED lights attached to a magnet. The LED smiles can easily be affixed to your teeth and glow different colors while you smile. The colors can be changed wirelessly through a computer interface. Of course they work best in the dark. Check out the video, titled “party in your mouth,” shows a curated group of Japanese schoolgirls wandering the street wearing the glowing lights.
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    The bright colors are designed to like like red rhododendrons to further attract hummingbirds to the station. There are eyeholes in the inlay that allow the viewer to watch the hummers.
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    This detailed handmade Boba Fett helmet by Jon Wollack of Almost Dark Productions.
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    Wayne Chisnall turned himself into a life-sized pre-assembly model kit for a show at Scream Gallery.
    "'And When I’m a Man' which is basically a life-size version of myself as a 12 piece, pre-assembly, model kit will be hanging on the gallery’s office wall for the duration of the show. "
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    Artist Josh Jay made this amazing replica helmet from the post-apocalyptic video game Fallout 3.
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    Designed by students at the University of New South Wales, Sunswift IVy, a solar-powered vehicle that has claimed the Guinness World Record for the world’s fastest solar-powered vehicle with a speed of 88 km/h. The record breaking attempt took place at HMAS Albatross navy base airstrip in Nowra, Australia, beasting the previous record of 78kph that was set by the GM Sunraycer back in 1987. The Sunswift IVy is a three-wheeled vehicle that has a monocoque carbon fiber body, powered by brushless CSIRO 3 phase DC 1800W electric motor, its solar array producing 1200W.
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    Kickstarter, the site that helps people fund product ideas and concepts, designer Myles Christensen just needs $3,000 to start his design project “iPhone Holster”.  The iPhone Holster is a case that fits all versions Apple has released of the iPhone and the iPod touch so far. It is designed to look like an old west gun holster. 
    "The iPhone Holster is a leather cell-phone case that is designed to look like a gun holster. It loops onto your belt, and the iPhone slips comfortably inside. Christensen says that if his project gets funded (he needs the money by February 3), the first people ordering the iPhone Holster should receive it by the end of February."
    Led Cube 3-dimensional LED display by chr at instructables, the LED Cube's visual display is administered by a set of hacked together microcontrollers that give the viewer the illusion of 3D movement within the confines of the cube. Watch the LED Cube in action.
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    A Return Of The Jedi Luke Saber, with crystal chamber, thin neck, and detachable blade.
    Bradley Lewis crafted his his own lightsaber, using a lathe and some kickass engineering skills to make something that stands far apart from anything that you are likely to find in a store.
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    Artist Olek dresses New York City’s iconic Wall Street Bull.

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