• Transforming Unnoticed Objects Into Miniature Buildings.

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    That's what German artist "Evol" does. Using a layered stencil technique, he transforms unnoticed everyday objects like letterboxes, concrete blocks and electrical boxes into miniature buildings. Check it out:

    See more of Evol's work here.

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  • Kern, Baby, Kern.

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    Fancy yourself a designer? A typographer even? Well, have at it –

    Introducing KERNTYPE: A Kerning Game!

    Design by Mark MacKay.

  • Trailer Tuesday: 42

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    Of course, like everyone else, these past couple weeks we've been trying to get up to speed on all the Oscar-nominated films just in time for the Academy Awards... And this is the trailer that's gotten our attention:

    C'mon, it's a movie about Jackie Robinson with a Jay-Z soundtrack. 'Nuff said.

  • Things I've Said To My Children... In Poster Form.

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    Nathan Ripperger created this series of posters featuring, according to Ripperger himself, "phrases that have left my mouth only because of my children."

    You can check out more of his work on Etsy.

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  • AT&T's "It's Not Complicated" Cracks Us Up.

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    More accurately, the perfectly-cast six-year-olds in the campaign crack us up. Here's our favorite of the bunch so far:


    Agency: BBDO

    And here's the rest of the bunch:

    Who knew interviewing kids would be such a comedy gold mine, huh?

  • Saturday Morning in Front of La Salle De Justice.

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    Georges Seurat meet Rey Taira... And the DC Comics New 52 superheroes.


    Now: "Saturday Morning in Front of La Salle De Justice" by Rey Taira


    Then: "A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte" by Georges Seurat

    Taira's painting was part of Darkness & Light, an art and education exhibit curated by We Can Be Heroes, DC Entertainment’s campaign to raise awareness and funds for the current hunger crisis in the Horn of Africa.

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  • Remee: The REM Enhancing Eyemask

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    From Bitbanger Labs: Remee (The REM Enhancing Eyemask) is a specialized sleep mask designed to help increase the frequency of your Lucid Dreams.

    The key to Lucid Dreaming is recognizing when you're dreaming. That's where Remee can help. Inside what looks like a normal sleep mask is a microcontroller. Towards the end of your sleep cycles, when your REM sleep is longest and dreams are most vivid, Remee flashes a series of customizable, recognizable light patterns via six rear facing LEDs. The lights can be customized by pattern, intensity, and duration. When these customized patterns play during a dream, they can appear as visual anomalies in your dream, helping the dreamer recognize the fact that they are dreaming, and become lucid. Once lucid, you can begin controlling the world around you.

    Don't you wish you got this in your stocking this Christmas?

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