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A new era of cultural transformation: remarkable artists addressing social and environmental concerns

Written by Doneliya Deneva  Fancy cars. Fancy apartments. Fancy clothes and luxury goods. What does it mean? Many people perceive it as happiness. When in fact, this culture of modern consumption and commerce has become a major threat to our

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A new era of cultural transformation: remarkable artists addressing social and environmental concerns

Written by Doneliya Deneva  Fancy cars. Fancy apartments. Fancy clothes and luxury goods. What does it mean? Many people perceive it as happiness. When in fact, this culture of modern consumption and commerce has become a major threat to our

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Painting the Town in Taiwan

Posted by Intelligent Travel, Republished from the National Geographic Travel     Rainbow Village in Taichung. (Photograph by Buddy8d, Flickr)   Is graffiti always urban blight? Not in Taiwan, where officials are betting on street art as a force for

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Painting the Town in Taiwan

Posted by Intelligent Travel, Republished from the National Geographic Travel     Rainbow Village in Taichung. (Photograph by Buddy8d, Flickr)   Is graffiti always urban blight? Not in Taiwan, where officials are betting on street art as a force for

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The Neuroscientific Answer to ‘How Did He Do That?’

By Katja Brose, Republished from the Huffington Post Click here to read an original op-ed from the TED speaker who inspired this post and watch the TEDTalk below. How did he do that? Keith Barry, skilled magician that he is, doesn’t give

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The Neuroscientific Answer to ‘How Did He Do That?’

By Katja Brose, Republished from the Huffington Post Click here to read an original op-ed from the TED speaker who inspired this post and watch the TEDTalk below. How did he do that? Keith Barry, skilled magician that he is, doesn’t give

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Photographs Document The Science Of Sleep With Gorgeous Results

By Priscilla Frank, Republished from the Huffington Post  We spend a vast percentage of our lives sleeping, and most of us have no clue how we look or act in this altered state. Enter Ted Spagna, a photographer devoted to documenting the

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Photographs Document The Science Of Sleep With Gorgeous Results

By Priscilla Frank, Republished from the Huffington Post  We spend a vast percentage of our lives sleeping, and most of us have no clue how we look or act in this altered state. Enter Ted Spagna, a photographer devoted to documenting the

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Craig Alan: art of pixel people

Republished from design-dautore.com, Lifestyle & Trend Magazine   Craig Alan was born in 1971 in San Bernardino, California. Though he was always drawn to the artistic side of life, Craig’s creative luminance did not wholly shine until his family transferred to New

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Craig Alan: art of pixel people

Republished from design-dautore.com, Lifestyle & Trend Magazine   Craig Alan was born in 1971 in San Bernardino, California. Though he was always drawn to the artistic side of life, Craig’s creative luminance did not wholly shine until his family transferred to New

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This Is What Wi-Fi Would Look Like, If We Could See It

If our airborne Internet wasn’t invisible, it might look something like these colorful energy fields. By SYDNEY BROWNSTONE, Republished from the Fast Company Even though Wi-Fi is invisible, we know when it’s not working. Some people have even developed a bat-like sense

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This Is What Wi-Fi Would Look Like, If We Could See It

If our airborne Internet wasn’t invisible, it might look something like these colorful energy fields. By SYDNEY BROWNSTONE, Republished from the Fast Company Even though Wi-Fi is invisible, we know when it’s not working. Some people have even developed a bat-like sense

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9 Ways 3-D Printing Makes The World Better

By Sammy Medina, Republished from the Fast Company   At last, the oh-cool at-home manufacturing toy turns into an important tool–offering people (and animals) aid on-demand. You’ve heard it before: 2011 2012 2013 is the year of 3-D printing. The

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9 Ways 3-D Printing Makes The World Better

By Sammy Medina, Republished from the Fast Company   At last, the oh-cool at-home manufacturing toy turns into an important tool–offering people (and animals) aid on-demand. You’ve heard it before: 2011 2012 2013 is the year of 3-D printing. The

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Sergio Albiac Uses Hubble Telescope Images To Create Hypnotic Generative Portraits (PHOTOS)

By Katherine Brooks, Republished from the Huffington Post  The Hubble Space Telescope has served as inspiration for budding scientists everywhere looking to the orbiting astronomical contraption as a window into the final frontier. Sergio Albiac might not be a scientist, but the Barcelona-based

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Sergio Albiac Uses Hubble Telescope Images To Create Hypnotic Generative Portraits (PHOTOS)

By Katherine Brooks, Republished from the Huffington Post  The Hubble Space Telescope has served as inspiration for budding scientists everywhere looking to the orbiting astronomical contraption as a window into the final frontier. Sergio Albiac might not be a scientist, but the Barcelona-based

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The Macabre Beauty of Medical Photographs

  Republished from the Smithsonian Magazine Meneingioma, brain tumor. Image from Hidden Beauty. Norman Barker was fresh out of the Maryland Institute College of Art when he got an assignment to photograph a kidney. The human kidney, extracted during an autopsy, was

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The Macabre Beauty of Medical Photographs

  Republished from the Smithsonian Magazine Meneingioma, brain tumor. Image from Hidden Beauty. Norman Barker was fresh out of the Maryland Institute College of Art when he got an assignment to photograph a kidney. The human kidney, extracted during an autopsy, was

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The Minimalist Brain

by Annette Heist, Republished from Science Friday   Cortex in Metallic Pastels shows the layered structure of the cerebral cortex of the human brain. 21K gold, palladium, dye, and enamel on aluminized panel, 96″ x 48″. Commissioned by the Brain

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The Minimalist Brain

by Annette Heist, Republished from Science Friday   Cortex in Metallic Pastels shows the layered structure of the cerebral cortex of the human brain. 21K gold, palladium, dye, and enamel on aluminized panel, 96″ x 48″. Commissioned by the Brain

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