WATCH AMAZING PIECES OF GUNPOWDER ART BURN INTO EXISTENCE

When I think back to high school, there were always a few art teachers obsessed with the concept of “mixed media.” They were the ones who wanted students to break out of the norms of pencil and paper in order to do something new, and would lose their art-loving minds whenever a someone showed up with work that incorporated unorthodox materials. If artist Dino Tomic had similar teachers, then it’s likely that his gunpowder artwork is responsible for

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14 Photographs That Shatter Your Image of Famous People

When you step out the door, you’re playing a role. Whether you’re a hippie, stock broker, police officer or biker, you dress the way the world expects you to dress, you act the way the world expects you to act. So you can imagine how much more intense this is for celebrities, whose very careers depend on managing a public image down to the molecule. But even they can’t keep the occasional image-shattering photo from

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Instagram model does EXTREME body modifications with 100+ surgeries, doesn’t plan on stopping (18 Photos)

1 Via InstagramMeet Kristyna Martelli. Martelli is the owner of a popular Instagram account that depicts her heavily modified body. She has had over a hundred surgeries in all and has admitted she is far from done. As you can imagine, her figure attracts quite a bit of negative attention, but she seems to take the hate in stride. “I just love to enhance my body to look even more plastic and extreme. I just

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9 Foreign Words the English Language Desperately Needs

  As we have demonstrated before, the English language has some grievous holes in it. We’re talking about everyday phenomena that we have all noticed, yet don’t have terms for. Fortunately, while we were busy fumbling with hand gestures and illustrations like cavemen, other cultures just made up the perfect words and phrases to encapsulate those little everyday moments filled with … uh … je ne sais quoi. #9. Shemomedjamo (Georgian) Means: To eat past

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10 Crazy Facts About Mirrors

We’re all familiar with mirrors—we look into them every day. But mirrors aren’t just for checking your appearance or looking for cars behind you when you’re driving. There are some crazy things mirrors can do, including keeping wormholes stable enough to travel through time. Mirrors and phantom limbs can help us learn about the brain, and mirrors can also allow us to measure the distance to the Moon. Here are the craziest things about mirrors.

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5 Truly Fascinating & Remarkable Tribes From Around the World

Tribes are something most people never really give a second thought, so it is hard to think that there are individuals in this world who live in total isolation, cut off from the outside world. No modern technology, no designers clothes or vehicles. Just living off the land as they have done for centuries before. Here we have five remarkable tribes who live in some of the most remote communities in the world. 5 The Tarahumara

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19 photos that prove just how cool the 1930s really were

The 1930s were a difficult time in the United States and around the world. After the stock market crash in 1929, roughly 25% of Americans found themselves unemployed, many people had very little cash to spare, and the economy ground to a halt. But that doesn’t mean that people couldn’t have a little fun during the Great Depression – in fact, the people suffering through the worst depression in modern history often sought out forms

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11 incredible world cities best explored by water

AS HUMANS, we’re too often confined to the ground. Our endless fascination with rivers and lakes, Ferris wheels and roller coasters, seas and oceans, parachutes and bungee cords — anything that gets us off our feet — stems from a sort of primal curiosity. It’s in these instances that we feel most alive. The hands-in-the-air, scream-like-you-mean-it kind of alive. So why should travel be any different? Why should we be restricted to seeing the world

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THIS STAR WARS SLEEVE TOOK 20 MONTHS TO COMPLETE

Full sleeve tattoos are a serious commitment for many reasons, not the least of which is the time it takes to get them. Matt and his tattoo artist spent almost 20 months working on the epic Star Wars sleeve at the heart of today’s Inked Wednesday. Unsurprisingly, Matt is a lifelong Star Wars fan; His second ever tattoo was a Rebel Alliance symbol. For this more recent piece of art, Matt started with his favorite

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Daily Afternoon Randomness in HQ (43 Photos)

1 2 3 4 Ok, Chivers, it’s game on. We’re launching a very limited supply of the most popular hat in the world right now, William Murray ‘ZFG’ Flexfits are available to only those who clicked on the DAR today. Good luck! 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Submitted by iCHIVE user Lillyangel33 (+100 Points) 17 18 19 20 21 22 Tonight at Midnight, the qualifier round to see

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Debunked myths that a lot of people still believe (18 Photos)

1 sourceThe colour red drives bulls insane Bulls actually see the colour red as another shade of grey. What gets them nice and angry is actually the constant waving of the flag itself. 2 sourceAn earthworm that is split in two will become two earthworms As cool as that sounds, it’s actually just the front half of the worm that will continue to live. 3 sourceDogs see the world in black and white Dogs see

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