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    Chris Allen, a professional yo-yoist, made an enormous yo-yo. It is 35 inches across, 18 inches wide, and weighs 5.4 pounds. Allen tested it while standing on the roof of parking garage of the National Yo-Yo Museum in Chico, California. Watch the video of it in action after more.
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    The awesome statue you see in the pics is placed in the middle of Piazza Affari in Milano, in front of the “Milano Stock Exchange” this week, the sculpture was reallized by Maurizio Cattelan, an Italian contemporary artist.
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    "using long camera exposures to record the iPad moving through space in order to make a stop motion film of 3-d light forms. "
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    Paper Donut created this papercraft breakfast for Arjowiggins.
    "We imagined all the (clichés) french & american possibly breakfasts meals for you.
    Juste choose your character (ooooops, the boy seems to be away)… Well, take that girl as your avatar and make your own home breakfast ! "
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    8BITWOOD "is a journey into the madness of homemade pixel art. I work in the videogame industry and I thought what better way to pay homage to my favorite games than to cut out thousands of little blocks of wood, stain them, glue them together, seal them and then hang the result on the wall? I work at a videogame developer that is kind enough to let me create murals of pixel art and put them up on the wall for display."
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    Artist Yvonne Lee Schultz’s porcelain pistols are replicas of James Bond’s Walther PPK and the newer P99, with friendly permission of Carl Walther Inc.
    "The fragile weapon, hand-painted in the style of classic tableware motifs, liesnext to your coffee and cake, asking to be picked up. Its coolness andcomfortable grip increase the qualms of the user, leaving him in a quandary between the pleasure of luxury and violence." Available in a variety of patterns.
    Dictaphone Parcel is an animation based on a sound recorded with a dictaphone travelling secretly inside a parcel. As the hidden recorder travels through the global mail system, from London to Helsinki, it captures the unexpected. We hear a mixture of abstract sounds, various types of transport and even discussions between the mail workers. The animation visualizes this journey by creating an imaginary documentary.




    YouTube channel thingsonmyhead was made specifically for one sole purpose, a series of videos where one Canadian man puts various objects on his head and stares at the screen for a few minutes, blinking, breathing, balancing, the usual. The variety of objects placed on his head so far include bread, a phone book, a dress shoe and of course, Parmesan cheese.
    TapeArt by Stella, Rex, Jurij Lozič
    Location: Kino Otok, Izola

    Video by Multipraktik (shots & edit by: Mique; titles: Nina Vrhovec)
    Music by DID - Ask U2
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    Nemo Anatomy Sculpt by Jason Freeny.
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    Northern California artists Mark Grieve and Ilana Spector built a 65-foot-tall, 10,000-pound obelisk out of around 340 bicycles, and one tricycle. Called "Cyclisk". It was installed on a streetcorner in Santa Rosa, California. Grieve and Spector collected the hundreds of bicycles they needed for the project from community donations.
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    The artist Helmut Smit makes a fire from an Ikea rope, hanger, wine rack, egg cup, napkins, and floral embellishments.
    This project called the FLAMMA (A Basic Need)
    "FLAMMA harks back to one of humanity’s basic needs: making fire. I thought it would be interesting to go into IKEA as if I was a primitive human being and make fire using products found there. The project also fits the back-to-basics image of IKEA and the Swedish lifestyle. IKEA does not, however, sell lighters or matches."
    "panoptICONS" addresses the fact that you are constantly being watched by surveillance cameras in city centres. The surveillance camera seems to have become a real pest that feeds on our privacy. To represent this, camera birds - city birds with cameras instead of heads - were placed throughout the city centre of Utrecht where they feed on our presence. In addition, a camera bird in captivity was displayed to show the feeding process and to make the everyday breach of our privacy more personal and tangible.

    panoptICONS is a project by Thomas voor 't Hekke and Bas van Oerle who work together by the name of 'Helden'.
    Music: Amon Tobin - Easy Muffin
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    Scott Wade, a artist in San Marcos, he loves to draw on dirty car windows. He paints intricate masterpieces in the dirt - right on the rear window! Scott Wade’s dust paintings transform filthy rear windows into temporary masterpieces. Above is Scott’s rendition of Johannes Vermeer’s Girl With a Pearl Earring. Check out the video to watch a process of Scott’s art.
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    An interactive 8-bit Mario mural by a group of students at the Columbus College of Art & Design. The interactive mural is 16 feet tall, 38 feet wide and took 12 students 8 days to create. The student painters include Aschliman, Chavilah Bennett, Jennifer Sands, Michael Smith, Dion Utt, Walker Crane, Greg Reyes, Dillon Sirimongkhon, Alex Trimpe, Pallavi Sen, Jessica Braunschweiger and Emily Rickard.
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    American artist Kiel Johnson has crafted a range of cameras that are made from cardboard. The collection includes SLRs, Polaroid cameras, point and shoot cameras, twin lens cameras and the retro 8mm cameras. Cool!
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    This is the Improv Everywhere crew's latest mission that New Yorkers hitting the beach, and wearing black tie attire.
    This is a clip of the short journey from the shore to a oxygen-filled underwater fort, named the bubble room. SaltySamaritan and his family has built it at the bottom of a Nevada mountain lake.
    "The Bubble Room is an amazing, clear, underwater dome about 15 feet below the surface of an alpine lake. My brother and I designed and built the Bubble Room. When in the Bubble Room you stand in the sand 20 feet under water, looking out through the clear dome into the lake above you"
    Where did this idea come from?
    Jordan(brother and co-creator of the bubble room): I was in the shower, one day about four years ago, and I was just thinking about how cool it would be to have an underwater "fort" I wasn't sure how to make it happen at the time, but that's when the brainstorming started. So I called my brother Logan and we started talking about ways to do it.
    Our original version was just a net stretched tight and secured to four rocks—one at each corner—and then a piece of plastic pulled under the net and an air bubble released into it from a scuba tank. Because the air is displacing water, the upward force of the bubble is equivalent to the downward force of the same volume of water on shore. So a bubble 10 cubic feet in volume would be basically 74.8 "gallons" of air at 8.35 lbs per gallon, which means a 10 cu. ft. bubble has 624.58 pounds of upward force! Pretty substantial.
    Needless to say, by the time the bubble under the net was about the size of an average ice chest it had stretched almost 20 feet up to the surface then the net broke.
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    Artist Anastassia Elias' worlds of inside of toilet paper tubes, amazing! Love it!

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