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    3D Street Art by Dutch street artist  Leon Keer, at Legoland amusement park. When people stand on footprints and are viewed from a designated point, they appear to be standing next to LEGO minifigs on either side.
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    Super Mario Wedding Cake! Created by Naera of the Netherlands. More pics after more.
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    When WWII ended, American engineers examined a trove of Nazi concepts for rocket-powered weapons and airplanes. One of the most terrifying was Eugen Sänger's antipodal bomber, a manned supersonic plane designed to reach any city on Earth in one hour. Thank heavens it never worked.
     Here's Amy Shira Teitel explaining the terrifying concept:

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    Artists Victor Ivanov and Lewis Burton had decided to showcase ‘Flesh’ their multi-dimensional art project in the heart of the capital.  The suit of real chicken skin had been literally sewn onto Burton’s body and he wore it as he wandered around, stopping in various places and immediately drawing crowds as he did.
    "FLESH is a multi-dimensional art project by artists Victor Ivanov and Lewis G Burton. FLESH is focused on a chicken skin body suit that Ivanov has sewn around Burton’s body from head to toe. FLESH is an experiment that examines the relationship between identity and its commodification through social medias; by creating an entity from chicken skin, a commodified object in itself, the artists are then introducing it into the social sphere, both online and offline.
    This abnormality creates a stimulus for the general public to interact with, by allowing them to adopt FLESH as part of their cyber identity. To cement the relationship between the identity that is FLESH and the way it is mediated by cyber culture, the artists are creating a catalogue of FLESH products available to the public. The documented results are then used to create viral material, stimulating the social sphere and allowing it to redefine itself by acting as a platform for dialogue as well as a source of contemporary consumer culture."
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    These Sushi Socks look just like delicious sushi when rolled up. Your sock drawer will never be the same! They are also comfortable and durable. The sushi detail is knitted into the sock with colored thread instead of being printed. Seven versions are available: Masuzushi (trout sushi), Shrimp, Octopus, Red Caviar, Tuna, Salmon, and Egg.
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    The Chameleon Glasses($11) give you the ability to look in different directions, with each eye being independent from the other. You can even look behind you with the included side mirrors.
    "See the world like a chameleon using these unique goggles. Rotate the eyes to see in multiple directions and even see behind you using the hidden side mirrors."
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    Light Sport Aircraft (LSA) manufacturer ICON Aircraft debuted its first production A5 amphibious, folding-wing plane  for the general public. Weighing in at 1510 lb (686.4 kg), the two-seater amphibian is equipped with both a carbon composite waterproof hull and optional retractable landing gear. Its 100 bhp Rotax 912 iS petrol engine gives the aircraft a top speed of 105 kts (120 mph, 194 km/h) and a range of 300 nautical miles (345 mi, 555.6 km).  “The A5 is no longer a prototype or concept aircraft; it’s a sophisticated, production-ready, consumer-focused aircraft. The entire ICON team is pouring its heart and soul into bringing the A5 to our customers, and it shows in the truly exceptional execution of the product. I couldn’t be prouder.” ICON Aircraft Founder and CEO Kirk Hawkins said. The estimated price of the ICON A5 is US$189,000. Timeframe for the official launch of the production A5 to consumers is set for May 2015.
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    Nunchops Chopsticks($8), they are chopsticks linked with a plastic chain like nunchucks. Join two chopsticks together and call them Nun-chops.
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    These weird twisted porcelain figurines by Danish artist Maria Rubinke(her facebook), featuring unfortunate kids with cute faces struggling through all sorts of strange maladies, from splitting headaches to...
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    These are the demon, dragon and owl skull masks hand sculpted, cast and painted by Catherine Gretschel of Etsy shop aishavoya.
    "Hand sculpted, slush cast polyurethane masks perfect for everything from a masquerade party or a LARP to an art piece hanging on the wall"
    More images after more.
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    These peaches are apparently being sold to capitalize on the the upcoming romantic Qixi Festival in China. hey're a novelty present! And should be taken as such. But, they aren't cheap: A box of nine panty fruit is 498 yuan or US$80. Because, well, peaches look like butts! Do you like? More images after more.
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    From the description:
    Day 1: Father discovers bins with sensors that trigger when he walks by, laughs every time.
    Day 2: Dad begins greeting bins as if they were loyal, eager dogs.:
    Day 3: Dad creates infinitely triggering bin cycle, laughs ass off.
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    Insanely Detailed Sleeve Tattoos by Niki Norberg. Niki Norberg is a tattoo artist working out of Gothenburg, Sweden. The artist is known for his realistic and highly detailed portraits and he has amassed a huge following online. On Instagram the artist has over 256,000 followers along with another 171,000 on Facebook. More his tattoos after more.
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    This is a  life-size replica of the iconic pink teddy bear from AMC’s popular television series Breaking Bad, released by thinkgeek.
    The pink teddy bear. So innocent and also so aptly representative of that plunge from innocence that Walter White takes. It's the perfect iconic prop from Breaking Bad. Fans will immediately know what it is. Non-fans will wonder what the heck you did to your poor teddy bear and make a mental note never to give you plush as a gift.
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    The Soto Pocket Torch turns a disposable lighter into  into a wind-resistant torch.
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    Haha, from stupid.com!
    $15.99.
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    May Sum, an artist based in Hong Kong, is best known for carving figure portraits from lipstick. Her "Woman Power" series depicts the iconic busts of influential women, using many different shades. And you can does custom orders via Etsy: Send her a photo and $620, she’ll sculpt a mini lipstick likeness.
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    The Vermont Novelty Toaster Corp. sells custom toasters that can toast the image of a person’s face into bread. They turn the customer’s high resolution photo into a metal plate with the help of Photoshop and a CNC plasma cutter. The plate is then fitted into a special toaster for the final toasting effect.
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    2-in-1 Binocular Visor shields your eyes from the sun's rays and delivers instant outdoor distance viewing.
    Why strap a pair of heavy binoculars around your neck?
    Ingenious sun visor features binocular lenses built into the brim.
    No need to remove the visor to view; just pull down over your eyes for immediate 2.5X magnification!
    Perfect for sporting events, bird-watching, all kinds of outdoor activities.
    Has adjustable head strap for a comfy fit; one size fits most.
    7-3/4" wide brim.

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    $12.98.
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    In Frank Herbert's sci-fi series Dune, Arrakis is a desert planet. Remember the great moment in the Dune series when Paul Atreides rides the giant sandworm and everybody says he's the chosen leader of the Fremen? CandyWarehouse created this majestic rendition of Paul Atreides riding the giant sandworm in candies:
     Crafted from a 2-foot-long gummy worm, Haribo gummy bears, black licorice string, yellow sprinkles, and rock candy crystals! A scene from the great science fiction novel Dune by Frank Herbert. Here we see the giant gummy worm on the desert planet of Arrakis. Ridden by the powerful gummy bear Paul Atreides as he seeks to control the prescious "spice" melange, which gives those who ingest it extended life and some prescient awareness. Muad'Dib!
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