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Fresh Blends: 12 Cool Multi-Functional Coffee Shops

Multi-purpose 'combo' coffee shops combine a beverage bar with other services like washing clothes, printing documents or getting a pedicure from a tank of ...

Unique Boutique: 13 of Japan’s Most Strangely Stylish Hotels

Whether you're looking to rent a bizarrely themed room by the hour or enjoy a relaxing stay at a traditional ryokan, Japan's got an eye-popping hotel for you.

Don’t Call it Knitting: Olek’s Crazy Crocheted World

If you see a man in a crocheted ski mask running down the street, don't worry: it's not a bank robber, it's just one of Olek's performance artists.

Haute Hospitality: 20 (More) Awesomely Artsy Hotel Rooms

These 20 hotel rooms at 6 art hotels around the world are anything but ordinary, from a bloody hospital suite in South Africa to a giant typewriter in ...

Strange Skyscrapers: 14 of the World’s Weirdest Towers

From Bangkok's elephant building and robot tower to an all-wooden skyscraper built by a single man, these 14 towering structures are among the world's ...

Mad Marketing: 15 Crazy & Controversial Advertisements

Some ads grab our attention because they're clever and unusual. Others do it with bizarre, stomach-turning imagery. Which ones are actually effective?

Frightening Finery: 50+ Macabre Jewelry Creations

Would you wear a dead bird as an accessory? These 50+ bizarre, creepy and often beautiful jewelry creations by 12 artists are not for the faint of heart.

Fluid Designs: 12 (More) Water Vehicles to Float Your Boat

From futuristic to astonishingly low-tech, these 12 boat and watercraft designs - including a flying sailboat and a pumpkin canoe - are slick and surprising.

13 Most Weird & Wonderful Collections of Stuff on the Web

Travel isn't required to view some of the world's weirdest collections, like the Museum of Barf Bags or every airline spoon ever created - these 13 are online.

Body Art: Creations Made of Human Flesh, Blood & Bones

Forget boring art media like paint and clay - these artists use their own blood, hair, fingernail parings and even stolen human body parts in their work.

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