China’s First 3D Printed Automobile Is Not The Most Aesthetically Pleasing Vehicle

We have heard about 3D-printed apartment buildings, guitars, furniture, and clothing. But now China’s WinSun Technologies brings us something a little more technical: a 3D-printed automobile. Although the design is not the most beautiful, the car really works! It has an electric motor that allows it to reach speeds of 25mph.

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Study on Dr. Oz: Over Half of His Advice Has No Proof or Contradicts Science

Just because Dr. Oz has “doctor” in his name doesn’t mean his advice should be trusted. That’s the news from a recent study focused on fact-checking the television host’s medical show, which found that more than half of his health recommendations had no supporting evidence or outright contradicted the best available evidence.

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Stunning Pointillist Images Created By Burning Tiny Dots Into Paper With Incense

We have seen many beautiful pyrography works before, but normally they appear on wood with a laser flame device. Korean artist Jihyun Park uses an art tool that you might never expect: incense sticks. And rather than etching his flames into wood, he uses delicate white rice paper. The result is a beautiful pointillist style of landscape that when mounted on a canvas shows shadows in the burn holes and make the rest of the image pop.

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Without 3D Printing, This Rocking Chair Would Be Impossible

You might be looking at the future of furniture. The Durotaxis Chair uses 3D printing to produce a unique structure impossible to create with traditional methods. The geometric structure of the chair uses complex math to create a lattice which scales in size, density, color and rigidity throughout its form.

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Journey Through an Ever Evolving Fractal Forest

Juilius Horthuis takes us on a journey through a lush and evolving forest made of fractals. His video experiment, Where Forests Are… continues a series of exploratory work inspired by the natural world. Horthuis calls his poetic work “a fractal haiku.”

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It’s All How You Look At It: Fixed Perspective Fun With White Paper and Black Marker

Is there anything cooler than anamorphic art? Whether simple or complex, seeing 2D art jump from a page is pretty flipping awesome. Copenhagen based artist Husmitnavn is having loads of fun in his latest series. He folds, crumples, and tears paper to make simple, unique drawings that appear to come alive when viewed from the right angle.

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A 24-Day Journey to the World’s Extreme Environments with Photographer Klaus Thymann and Casio G-Shock

SPONSORED ARTICLE: Award-winning photographer, filmmaker, and creative director Klaus Thymann recently partnered with Casio G-Shock on a 24-day, globe-circling expedition to capture 3 pristine environments and test the time zone and extreme environmental capabilities of the GPW1000 – the World’s First GPS Atomic Solar Hybrid watch. Together with his team, he journeyed into the lush jungles of Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula, climbed to the frozen slopes of Fox Glacier in New Zealand, and trekked deep into the Democratic Republic of Congo’s Virunga National Park to observe the fiery caldera of Nyiragongo volcano. The project, called Timezone, captures the beauty of extreme environments and the inspiring challenge of exploring them.

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Charles Leval Makes Art That Interacts With the Streets of Paris

French street artist Charles Leval (aka Levalet) is pasting up Paris with highly original artwork that interacts with the street itself. With his talented eye, a metal grate turns into an umbrella, a advertising box becomes an x-ray machine, and a sculptural Minotaur’s head grows a body (doing a maze of course).

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Lessons from a Master of Cinema: How Akira Kurosawa Composed Movement

If you haven’t seen Tony Zhou’s excellent series Every Frame A Painting (previously), you are in for a treat. His videos dissect the work of filmmaking masters in a way that will have you appreciating (or loathing) most films you see afterward.

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Should Religion Guide a Presidential Candidate’s Policy? Americans are Saying “No”

Oh my goodness, we’re talking about politics and religion in the same place. It’s like an awkward dinner with the extended family… When CNN and ORC International conducted a new poll asking Americans what would make the perfect presidential candidate, they found that when it came to religion in politics, Americans are leaning towards less of it.

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