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Nov
22

iDiots

“Don’t take the message too seriously. This is a promo video we created to laugh at ourselves. We all have an i-diot inside.”

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Have you ever wondered how much it would cost to actually become Batman or Iron Man? Check out this really awesome infographic from MoneySupermarket.com in which they've taken into account everything that it would take to become superhero.

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Nike launches leggings or tights for exercise with skeleton print. The tights feature Nike Pro and Dri-FIT technology along with spandex construction, ensuring they can stand up to any workout. The print on the front features a normal-looking X-ray with bones intact, but the one on the back—made up of broken bones, screws and hip replacements—reveals the athlete’s inner toughness in the face of grueling workouts and adversity.

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London-based music clubbing and electronic dance music producer Ministry of Sound collaborated with Nissan and they created the world's loudest on the road sound system – the Nissan Juke Box.

The technical know-how for the Juke Box comes from sound experts Martin Audio, who designed and built the current system in the infamous ‘Box’ – the main room in Ministry of Sound’s London home.
Martin Audio to create a 150 decibel, 18,900W sound system sound system which is said to be louder than a jumbo jet in take-off. The limited edition car is available only in Metallic Black or Solid White colors, with all models coming equipped with standard 17-inch white alloy wheels. The car comes white door handles, white mirror caps, B-pillars finished in high-gloss black and a unique Ministry of Sound badge.
All Juke with Ministry of Sound buyers will receive an exclusive “Music Pack,” the pack includes a white 8GB Apple iPod touch, pre-loaded with Nissan and Ministry of Sound video and photo content.
Production of the "Juke with Ministry of Sound" will be limited to just 3,000 cars in Europe with the UK getting 250 of those and Germany 400.

Let's get loud!

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Marc Morera designer and illustrator has created a wonderful series of Star Wars Infographics that show character progression, alliances and conflicts in the Star Wars movies, animated series, comic books and major novels. Characters are illustrated as recognizable isotypes. Each character’s plot line is color-coded, and the lines from the appropriate characters converge at circles representing the major conflicts along each story timeline.

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How do Paris and New York compare? Wonder no more with this animation based on Vahram Muratyan's book, Paris vs New York (parisvsnyc.blogspot.com).
A one-minute video comparing Paris to New York.


A friendly visual match between two cities told by
a lover of Paris wandering through New York.
Details, clichés, contradictions: This way, please.

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Olympics equals 5 circles.
What else can you use them for?
To create a unique trivia game!

The latest special edition of ThinkInvisible contains a set of unique pictures dedicated to the Olympic games.

 

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Think Invisible is a poster project created by Adri Bodor and Mark Szulyovszky. Think Invisible posters show popular characters or figures with only the important details shown within a circle—while other details remain hidden.

How many posters are you able to recognize?

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Daniel Firman has created this amazing elephant structure that toys with surrealism. The sculptural installation titled Nasutamanus depicts an elephant once again performing a balancing act with its trunk, but this time the creature is featured from a rotated view.

Nasutamanus is part of a group exhibition called The Circus as a Parallel Universe currently showing Kunsthalle Wien in Vienna through September 2, 2012.

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This is a series of nine Avengers character themed cocktails from The More I Arty. The Avengers cocktail list is a combination of existing recipes with ingredients that relate to specific traits and colors associated with characters like Captain America, Thor, Iron Man, and more. Would You Drink These Avengers-Themed Cocktails?

 

 

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Originally an illustrator and designer, Peter Clark now uses a collection of various papers to form all kinds of patterned, textured artwork. Peter paints with paper, finding bits of treasure among other people's trash. He and his wife scour flea markets, garage sales, and even dumpsters for malleable media. Check out more of Peter’s work here (dogs aren’t his only subject) and check out his shop while you’re at it!

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