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    Ultimate Spider-Man - Developed by Vicarious Visions, Published by Activision, 2005 Game Boy Advance
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    I am energy. I am galactic. I am psychedelic.
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    Project 'Facebank' by Italian artist Alessandro Rabatti.
    "(translated) Through the reworking of some graphic details of the different banknote denominations of dollar, pound and Yuan / Renminbi, it creates a series of figures altered wishing reflect and convey the symbolic value of money, inviting reflection on the current economic crisis. In particular the focus is on the faces printed on paper money, which are decomposed and recomposed to dress in masks superhero, ironically seen as the only possible saviors of the current situation."
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    Tile artist Jim Bachor who fills unsightly potholes with amazing glass & marble mosaics, has recently created a new series of installations installed around Chicago called "Treats in the Streets." , featuring brightly colored ice cream-themed pothole art.
    "My work consists mostly of subjects and ideas not traditionally seen in classic mosaic art." Bachor explains, "I work in advertising so the idea of consumerism shows up in my work on a regular basis. I love the idea of turning this classic art form on its head and giving it a modern twist."
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    Check out Eshima Ohashi, an insanely steep bridge in Japan. It looks more like a rollercoaster.  It’s the third largest rigid-frame bridge in the world at 44 metres tall. It has a gradient of 5.1 percent on the Tottori Prefecture side and 6.1 percent on the Shimane Prefecture side, making its slope look like the apex of a rollercoaster.
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    Artist Seb Lester has been drawing some well-known logos on his Instagram account for while now, including Coca-Cola, The New York Times and Google.  They are so well done, that it almost appears as if they’ve been printed on a computer. Watch the video above!
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    Rearview mirror repair.
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    1978 vs 2012
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    This is a flow chart created by Mr. Dalliard thatshows Time Travel in Movies. big pic.
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    Microsoft’s How-Old.net site has quickly become an internet sensation after it was introduced last week at the company’s annual Build Developer Conference. We tested the software with some famous faces and iconic portraits of the world, and the results...
    "while the API is reasonably good at locating the faces and identifying gender it isn’t particularly accurate with age, but it’s often good for a laugh and users have fun with it"
    More images after more.
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    Imgur user edmcgowan works at a design studio with his brother, and the two decided to see what type of design trouble they could get into by transforming his nephew's room into a Star Wars-themed, kids' dream.  A year ago the uncle and father duo posted a photo of the build in progress. Now they're showing off the finished product: a Millennium Falcon cockpit bed with an AT-AT leg for support.
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    Deformations is a series of strange and twisted portraits imagined by designer Lee Griggs. Awesome!
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    Mickael Delalande is an artist and graphic designer in France. He makes wire sculptures that look like animals and household objects. He created  impressions of wire frames around more solid objects.
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    Artist Natalie Sharp is a musician  and a makeup artist who decided to combine both passions to  celebrate her love of vinyl for the Record Store Day.The faces were taking up to 8 hours to complete.
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    The Chemistry of Gin (And Tonic) by Compound Chemistry.
    "Before compounds from the botanical ingredients are extracted into the gin, the spirit is essentially flavourless. The flavour that’s imparted depends on the exact ingredients added, the specifics of which, for most gin makers, are a closely guarded secret. However, in the EU at least, the dominant flavour must be that of juniper berries. These contribute a wide range of terpene compounds to the gin: alpha-pinene, beta-myrcene, limonene, gamma-terpinene, p-cymene, sabinene, and beta-pinene. Some of these are also contributed by other additions; for example, limonene is extracted from dried citrus fruit peels that may also be added during the redistillation process. Generally, they tend to confer woody and herbaceous tones to the flavour of the gin. Oxygenated terpenes also play a part, and these too come from juniper berries."
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    What Each State Has More of than Others, by Estately.
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