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Video Sculptures That Jump Into Real Life

Wednesday 10.22.2014 , Posted by
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For many years, MARCK was a “handyman” in Switzerland. Those are skills which have served him well in his later career as an artist, creating looping 3D video sculptures that blend multiple layers of reality and fiction. It’s almost impossible to look away. [Read more...]

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No Boys Allowed: Over 500 Women on Motorcycles Zoomed Through Joshua Tree For This Year’s Babes Rideout

Wednesday 10.22.2014 , Posted by
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Earlier this month, over 500 ladies on motorcycles took Joshua Tree by storm for Babes Rideout. From October 3-5th, they camped out in one of California’s most beautiful spots and hit the highways for a 160 mile rideout in the desert. One participant, Monica Semergiu, documented her experience through photographs and words on Exposure. She explained, “Babes Rideout is for women who ride motorcycles. They get together, once a year, at a given location, and men are not allowed. You may think it’s weird and reversed sexism, and I thought that too before I got there, but I was overwhelmed with the spirit of sisterhood and camraderie, the friendships that were made.” [Read more...]

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This Baby Has A Different Halloween Costume For Every Day of October

Wednesday 10.22.2014 , Posted by
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If we can make 12 days of Christmas, why not 31 days of Halloween? That’s 4 month old baby Noah Chavkin’s motto. His mommy and daddy, Jessica and Peter, love Halloween so they are putting him in a different costume every day this month as a countdown to the big day. With many pop culture references that they’ll have to explain when he’s older, like Risky Business, Where’s Waldo, and Russ Trolls, the costumes are not your typical, run of the mill, store bought fashions. Many of Noah’s costume parts are hand-knitted. [Read more...]

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An Hypnotic Film About Deep Water Free Diving (and Hallucinating with Narcosis)

Wednesday 10.22.2014 , Posted by
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Deep water free diver Guillaume Néry takes us on a hypnotic dive into the depths of the ocean in this short French film called Narcos (Narcosis). The apnea world champion swims to depths far outside the reach of most conventional divers, doing it on just one breath while subjecting himself to the hallucinatory effects of narcosis. It’s a freaky, fascinating adventure. [Read more...]

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This is a Real Bridge in the Netherlands

Tuesday 10.21.2014 , Posted by
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This is one very unique design for a drawbridge. The Slauerhoffbrug (aka Flying Drawbridge) is a fully automatic rolling lift bridge in the city of Leeuwarden in the Netherlands. The diagonally offset counterweight that balances the 15 meter square road surface makes this bridge very different, leaving much of the machinery off to the side while the bridge is down… and leaving plenty of people wondering about it’s purpose. [Read more...]

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Still Wondering What To Be For Halloween? Here’s a Cheap, Eco-Friendly, DIY Solution

Tuesday 10.21.2014 , Posted by
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Trick or treat! Halloween is just around the corner, but do you really want to buy a mass manufactured costume and look like everyone else? You don’t have to. You can make your own mask this year with templates by designer Steve Wintercroft. The awesome geometric designs are like nothing we’ve seen on the shelves of Halloween Express. Classy and refined, like a dog in a tuxedo, these masks are sure to turn heads on Halloween. You get the satisfaction of making your own costume with a fool-proof template that won’t allow you to look like you made your own costume. Although Wintercroft is based in the UK, with an instant digital download, you could cross Halloween costume off of your checklist today! Then rest easy knowing that your costume was not made in a sweatshop and it’s 100% recyclable. [Read more...]

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MAD Campus: An Interactive and Eclectic Art Exhibit at the University of Washington

Tuesday 10.21.2014 , Posted by
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The University of Washington in Seattle is playing host to a series of interactive art installations this month, called “Mad Campus.” The event is sponsored by local art organization Mad Art, who makes it their mission to promote art to the public through innovative and surprising installations while supporting local and emerging artists. [Read more...]

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Rob Dyrdek: The Ridiculous Numbers Behind His Success

Tuesday 10.21.2014 , Posted by
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Skateboarder. Celebrity. Entrepreneur. There are few people more driven and daring than Rob Dyrdek. He hit the ground rolling and turned pro at 16 years old, then started his first company, Orion Trucks, at 19. He hasn’t slowed up since and the numbers in this graphic show it. [Read more...]

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A Two-Legged Chair Encourages Sitting People to Move (and Balance)

Tuesday 10.21.2014 , Posted by
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There is plenty of evidence that sitting down for long periods is bad for our health – and we’re doing a lot more of it. To combat this sedentary trend a number of solutions have been gaining traction, from exercises you can do in the office, to stand up desks and even hamster-like treadmills to keep us moving. But what about changing the way we sit? That’s what French designer Benoit Malta envisions with his unusual two-legged Inactivité chair. [Read more...]

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Banksy’s “Alarming” New Work in Bristol

Monday 10.20.2014 , Posted by
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Despite the recent hoax claiming that he’d been arrested and identified, legendary street artist Banksy continues to paint up the city. In fact, in the midst of the uproar over whether he’d been identified, a new work appeared on his website. [Read more...]

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