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    "For more than a year ago we’ve climbed Shanghai Tower certainly not expecting the resonance and the amount of feedback we’ve got. And so, that amount of feedback led us to an idea of making a tradition of roof toping new skyscrapers all around the world. Today’s hero of attention is a new financial center still under construction and is situated in Shenzhen, China. Right now its height is about 660 meters and that makes it the second tallest tower in the world. Right after Burj Khalifa in Dubai. "
    BMW releases a video "dedication to all BMW 3 Series Fans. 4 decades, 6 generations."
    92-year-old Air Transport Auxiliary veteran Joy Lofthouse returns to the skies in a Spitfire 70 years on from the end of World War 2.
    Seven decades after her last flight in the iconic plane, Joy described the experience as “lovely: it was perfect”, making her feel "quite young.” The ATA made an enormous contribution to the war effort by taking over from service pilots the task of ferrying Royal Air Force and Royal Navy warplanes between factories, maintenance units and front-line squadrons.
    In honor of Mothers Day, Los Angeles-based screen and voice actress Brizzy Voices does some pretty spot on the most famous drawn mothers from The Simpsons, South Park, Family Guy, Rugrats, Bob's Burgers, and more. Not only are her voices perfect, but so are her facial expressions.
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    Dave Mienert, a filmmaker, discovered a 4-week old Great Dane puppy. She was the handiwork of a backyard dog breeder. She had a genetic disorder that would leave her blind and deaf eventually. All of her littermates had died or been born deformed.
    This was not a healthy pup, but Miernet adopted her and named her Pegasus. He wasn't sure how long he would have with his new friend and so decided to record it all.
    Pegasus often walks on a treadmill. Miernet compiled these scenes into a time-lapse video showing the weak puppy growing into a strong adult dog. He says, "I still don’t know how long she is going to live, but right now is pretty great."
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    Amazingly Detailed Star Wars Scenes Formed from Single Sheets of
    These incredibly detailed, three-dimensional Star Wars scene is actually formed from just a single sheet of paper.  Artist Paper Dandy a.k.a. Marc Hagan-Guirey strategically cuts shapes,  then bends and folds paper to his will using an ancient art called kirigami. Hagan-Guirey describes his work to CNN:
    "He picked some of his favorite scenes from the original Star Wars movies and carved them out of 8.27 by 11.7-inch sheets of paper: "I use an X-acto knife and I'm never frugal about saving fresh blades. A metal ruler and a cutting matt. That's it really. Oh, and a few skewers to pop out small sections.""
    He’s started a kickstarter in hopes of displaying this art in a gallery exhibition titled “Cut Scene”.
    It’s simply to produce the exhibition so that Star Wars fans can enjoy seeing the unique kirigami models in their physical form. Every penny will go towards making a better gallery experience.”
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    18 Movie Moms To Compare Your Mom To
    Chloe Cole and Tristan Cooper of Dorkly plotted movie Moms on a graph according to how good a mother they were and how dangerous they were.
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    The weirdest facts you never knew about the making of Mad Max and The Road Warrior.
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    A new BMW ad campaign motorcycle featuring helmets shaped from their hair and
    A new BMW ad campaign motorcycle featuring helmets shaped from their hair and beards.
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    Dinner Plates Designed Specifically So That You Can Instagram Your
    Carmel Winery teamed up with Catit to launch a program called Foodography, which is a dinner experience that also teaches you how to take better pictures of your food. These are two plates designed to be sets for the camera on your smartphone. The one pictured above has a rest for your phone and a high back that blocks out distractions in the background.This one revolves on a central axis to permit you to show the entire meal spinning around for a video.  Two Israeli culinary institutions, Carmel Winery and the restaurant Catit, developed them with the assistance of ceramic artist Adi Nissani.
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    The real voice of siri appears in a mother'ss day sketch about what life would be like with siri for a mother.
    Trippy 3D Photo Epoxied Floor Designs

    Trippy 3D Photo Epoxied Floor Designs
    This is a series of 3-D epoxied flooring options, by using angled photos and multiple transparent layers to turn your bathroom into an outdoor space. Available from Dubai based Imperial Interiors.  According to Imperial, liquid 3D floors are a recent innovation first used in hotels, offices, and shopping centers. However, they insist it’s a misconception that decorative screed can only be used in the bathroom or toilet – in fact, 3D floors are suitable for any room, “and even villas.” Check out more see some jaw-dropping example of 3D flooring, if you dare!
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