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    Tadas Maksimovas makes working musical Instrument using hair.
    "To show that anyone can play any instrument and anyone is welcome no matter how good he/she is, we made this experiment and played music with hair. A material that looks impossible to play with at first glance."
    Men s Germanium Kogao Sauna Mask Face slimming shrinking male

    Men s Germanium Kogao Sauna Mask Face slimming shrinking male
    It looks ridiculous.
    "Use the power of sweat to get a tighter, smaller face (kogao) with this Men's Germanium Kogao Sauna Mask.
    Tie the mask around your ski mask-style face using the Velcro straps and start slimming today.
    The Germanium materials tenses your muscles and makes your [sic] sweat, shrinking your face to create a more slender, attractive profile.
    For best results, use this mask after washing your face and applying moisturizers and other face creams.
    Super easy to put on and wear while at home before bed or doing chores, you will notice the sauna effects immediately after taking off the mask."
    Features and Details:
    • Designed for male faces
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    Notknot Pillows
    They are oversized knots made out of filled woolen cylinders.
    Shapes used for the Notknot pillow:
    • Scout knot: Turk's head
    • Chinese decorative knot: Round brocade
    • Flower knot by the knot entrepreneur Clifford W. Ashley ("Book of Knots", 1944)
    • Chinese decorative knot: Good luck
    Size: approximately 16.5 inches in diameter.
    Material: Icelandic Einband wool.
    Made in Iceland by Umemi.
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    The Most Common Languages Spoken in the US After English and

    The Most Common Languages Spoken in the US After English and
    Using data from the American Community Survey conducted by the Census Bureau, where respondents were asked to list the languages spoken in their household, Ben Blatt from Slate made maps of the most commonly spoken language in each state. Spanish blankets the country except for two French areas: in a handful of states near the Canadian border and Louisiana. Yupik, a Native American language, is the second-most spoken language in Alaska, and Tagalog is popular in Hawaii thanks to the large Filipino population. Now keep your eye on that German-speaking pocket in North Dakota.
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    Youtuber and biker Alex Chacon took selfies with a GoPro on a stick during his 600 day trip around the world.
    The ultimate selfie compilation documented like never before in a 360° Degree rotation in every major site and exotic place in over 36+ countries.
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    Sweden-based art director Castor created a personal ad to sell his 93' Volvo 245GL.
    The groom and his mother surprised their guests with a hilarious dance mashup, the bride didn't even know this was going to happen!
    "The epic action of "Edge of Tomorrow" unfolds in a near future in which an alien race has hit the Earth in an unrelenting assault, unbeatable by any military unit in the world.
    Lt. Col. Bill Cage (Cruise) is an officer who has never seen a day of combat when he is unceremoniously dropped into what amounts to a suicide mission. Killed within minutes, Cage now finds himself inexplicably thrown into a time loop—forcing him to live out the same brutal combat over and over, fighting and dying again...and again.
    But with each battle, Cage becomes able to engage the adversaries with increasing skill, alongside Special Forces warrior Rita Vrataski (Blunt). And, as Cage and Rita take the fight to the aliens, each repeated encounter gets them one step closer to defeating the enemy."
    In theaters June 6
    Calamityware horrifying bluechina plates
    With Calamityware, Don Moyer(on Kickstarter) has turned his much-loved grotesque/horror designs for blue-print china plates into reality.
    "This design includes a hungry sea monster who appears to have escaped from the wild areas of an early Renaissance map."
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    Internal organs swimsuit
    Internal organs swimsuit from Black Milk, which features a glorious rendering of its wearer's internal organs.
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    Food faces by artist Noah Scalin

    Food faces by artist Noah Scalin
    Food faces by artist Noah Scalin. More pics after more.
    "The Broad Appétit food and art festival in Richmond, Virginia had me eat meals at eight of the featured restaurants and create faces from the foods I was served. It was an extremely fun way to create art for a client and a great excuse to eat out at some wonderful restaurants."
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    Animated adaptation of a commencement speech given by George Saunders at Syracuse University, May 2013.
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    Bags made from unwanted Leather
    Victoria Ledig has created a collection of leather goods made from "unusable leftovers—faces, ears and tails."
    "Leather is dead animal skin. This is perhaps the raw reason behind the human fascination with it. It is beautiful, precious and grotesque at the same time. We sometimes forget that touching leather is to handle a former living being’s hide. Most leather is processed to the point of becoming unrecognizable as what it is and this contributes to a general attitude, which I chose to question in this project.
    I took those body parts not normally used in leather goods, as the cow’s head, tail or lower leg and turned them into leather, highlighting their natural forms and textures. These parts would normally be discarded within the process or be processed further into an unrecognizable animal ingredient."
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