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PSFK’s Top Five Stories Of The Week

PSFK’s Top Five Stories Of The Week
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Lady Gaga's 'Body Revolution,' and what humans would look like with perfectly symmetrical faces. We review the best in design, culture, art, fashion and creative business in our weekly roundup.

Karen Summerson
  • 7 october 2012

Each week we bring you the most popular and interesting posts of the past five days. Here is the current selection to give you topics to explore and discuss over the weekend.

What Would We Look Like With Perfectly Symmetrical Faces? [Pics]

New Wonderbra Ads Let Users Undress Models With Their Smartphones

David Deal: Lady Gaga Is Taking Her Clothes Off To Start A Body Revolution

Facebook Runs Its First Major TV Ad

Nissan Concept Car Features Removable Tablet As Dashboard

 

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