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Yarn Bomb Bus: Knitted Double Decker Cruises Around London

Has there ever been a cozier-looking bus cruising around the streets of London than this neon yarn-bombed double decker dubbed the No. 7up? The beverage brand ...

Street Style: Apparel Custom-Printed with Scalable City Maps

Taking customized couture to the streets, Monochome allows you to turn any urban grid at a scale of your choice into a unique tank top, t-shirt, flare or ...

Outcast Checkpoints: 8 Abandoned Border Crossings of Europe

Nearly two decades ago even short trips across Europe could involve multiple stations, guards, lines and stamps, but the open-border policies in effect today ...

Motion Exposure: Light Art Captures the Movement of Kayaks

Strange undulating patterns of colored lights seem to slink across the surface of water like living entities in this captivating series of images by ...

Odd Offices: 13 Wacky Outside-the-Box Workspace Designs

Unless you happen to work at Google, your conventional office space is going to seem awfully boring compared to the slides, disappearing desks, ...

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Wall is Over: Art Students Whitewash Historical Street Murals

In an audacious and contentious move, a group of young artists took it upon themselves to paint over the famous John Lennon Wall in Prague, replacing decades ...

Omnidirectional Elevators: Maglev Tech to Reshape Skylines

Effectively using the same magnetic levitation technologies employed in high-speed trains, the MULTI elevator system conveys people horizontally as well as ...

Galactic Booze: Interstellar Landscapes Drawn in Scotch

Whisky enthusiast and hobbyist photographer Ernie Button was about to wash a glass when he noticed that the scotch residue at the bottom had dried into a ...

Horror Islands: 7 Legendary Haunted & Contaminated Wonders

Murder, deadly biological weapons, the torture of prisoners never formally charged with crimes and one of history’s largest mass suicides are just a few ...

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Seabed City: Japanese Company Designs Underwater Ocean Spiral

Slated to cost over $25 billion and take 5 years to complete, this incredible proposal starts a with a living sphere that spans over 1,500 feet below the ...