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Hail a Mumbai Masterpiece on Wheels
Hail a Mumbai Masterpiece on Wheels

Taxi Fabric wants to upholster taxi interiors in Mumbai with the works of young graphic designers

Taxi Fabric wants to give young graphic designers in Mumbai a new outlet to showcase their work: the fabric seat covers of taxi cabs. In the process, it hopes to inspire conversation, and show older generations what design is all about.

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Turning the Tables on Turntables
Turning the Tables on Turntables

In the Phenakistomixer 3.0., an antiquated animation device meets the world of realtime video mixing

Most DJ’s nowadays use turntables for mixing sounds, not animations. Equipped with a collection of aesthetic vinyls, a record player, a computer and a camera, a team of concept and animation artists, sound engineers and programmers were able to bring a collection of abstractions to life, a project they like to call the Phenakistomixer 3.0.

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Meet Dronestagram, the Instagram of Drone Photography
Meet Dronestagram, the Instagram of Drone Photography

With more than 30,000 users, Dronestagram is capitalizing on the growing popularity of aerial photography

Drones may be controversial when it comes to military action, but it would be hard to argue that they aren’t revolutionizing photography in a beautiful way. To this end, Dronestagram partnered with National Geographic, GoPro, Adobe and other notable companies to hold the 2015 Drone Aerial Photography Contest. The results are pretty amazing.

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Walk-In Mist Bar Lets You Take In Cocktails Through the Eyes
Walk-In Mist Bar Lets You Take In Cocktails Through the Eyes

Visitors in London have a chance to try out Bompas & Parr's vapor-based cocktail bar

Bompas & Parr, a brewing and culinary business in London, gives visitors the chance to walk through the drink. Their Alcoholic Architecture bar turns alcoholic beverages into a breathable mist through the  use of humidifiers.

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3D Printing Brings Imaginative Children’s Drawings to Their Playrooms
3D Printing Brings Imaginative Children’s Drawings to Their Playrooms

Now kids can bring their made-up monsters to life with MOYUPI

Did you ever make up some fantastical creatures as a kid that you wished existed as actual toys? Maybe you tried to put your parents to work helping you mold them out of clay? MOYUPI promises to make kids’ creatures even more real through the magic of 3D printing and a little hand-painting.

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Eat Dinner on Plates Made of Last Week’s Leftovers
Eat Dinner on Plates Made of Last Week’s Leftovers

Foodscapes are recycled, recyclable plates that seek to rethink the way we consider food waste

Farm-to-table just became farm-to-table-to-farm. Foodscapes takes the idea of sustainability one step further, with plates made of food waste that can be transformed into fertilizer after being used.

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Listen to Your Favorite Song on a Tortilla
Listen to Your Favorite Song on a Tortilla

A YouTube user named Rapture Records has made short and functional "tortilla records"

Back in April, the Internet went abuzz over a very ridiculous (and very fake) video showing that putting a tortilla on a record player would produce the “Mexican Hat Song.” One YouTube user took this idea and made it a little more real, crafting a musical tortilla that actually does work on a record player. By etching grooves onto tortillas with a laser cutter, an account named Rapture Records transferred 30-second samples of songs that can be played almost like vinyl.

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Glowing Toilets in Spain Protest Gag Law That Dumps On Democracy
Glowing Toilets in Spain Protest Gag Law That Dumps On Democracy

Art group Luzinterruptus created a politically-motivated installation that takes a "stand" against the controversial bill

On July 1, the Spanish government brought into force the Protection of Public Safety Bill, a controversial bill also known as a ‘gag law’ as many believe it goes too far and poses a “serious threat to democracy and the freedom of assembly, speech and information.” In response to this restrictive bill, which has drawn thousands of protests, worldwide criticism and a constitutional complaint, art group Luzinterruptus decided to create an installation that featured glowing toilet seats in order to show exactly what they thought of the bill.

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