Hats that look like pizzas and burgers will keep your head warm this winter

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Fashion on Tuesday 16 December 2014

If you can’t get food out of your head, maybe try putting them on your head instead? Melbourne-based artist Phil Ferguson learned to knit and crochet by watching YouTube tutorials. He then put his new skills to good use by giving the world enormous food items that will keep us warm in the winter. His […]

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Guy takes his unsuspecting girlfriend into a photo booth, and proposes!

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By Tristan Rayner in Video on Thursday 18 December 2014

This is beautiful. Kevin Moran, from Chicago, hatched a plan to propose to his girlfriend, Molly, while in a photobooth to capture the moment in a unique way. As it happens – the photos are spectacular and there’s video footage from the booth as well.

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Would you dare take a rest in this gigantic hammock suspended 400 feet above the Moab desert in Utah?

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By Kenny Ong in New Events on Thursday 18 December 2014

50 thrill seekers took three day off to install this huge pentagon-shaped hammock 400 feet above Moab desert in Utah this month. Called the Mothership Space Net Penthouse, it lured some daredevils into the desert for some dangerous stunts.

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This YouTuber has a brilliant idea for holiday cheer: a portable mistletoe!

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By Nicole Hughes in Video on Thursday 18 December 2014

YouTuber Blake Grisby certainly knows how to spread holiday cheer. With his clever mistletoe contraption strapped to his backpack, the greenery designed to receive a happy holiday kiss follows Blake overhead. In the middle of a Christmas market in Chicago, Blake walks around in hopes of landing some kisses and spreading some holiday cheer.

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The most unusual, bizarre, creative pens ever invented: This pen will always be ready for action, remaining in a standing position wherever you leave it

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By Rachel Oakley in New Design on Thursday 18 December 2014

The Slända pen is unlike any other pen you’ve seen-or experienced-before. Developed by Gustav Widström and Marcus Heneen, this pen doesn’t need one of those old fashioned pen holders because it stands up all by itself.

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Guinea pigs adorably fall in line during their morning commute

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Eco on Thursday 18 December 2014

We could definitely learn a lot from guinea pigs during their rush hour commute. At the Nagasaki Bio Park in Sakai, Japan, zookeepers built a miniature bridge for the adorable little rodents to ease their transfer between enclosures.

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Coca Cola’s St. Nick gets a 21st century makeover with couture clothing

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By Rachel Oakley in New Fashion on Thursday 18 December 2014

We all know the Santa Claus who appears on the Coca Cola ads during Christmas time. But did you know that jolly figure has been around since the 1920s?

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Original Spirits: How four artists celebrate the traditions of Mount Gay rum through their work

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By Nicole Hughes in New Food and Packaging on Thursday 18 December 2014

With more than 300 years of expertise in creating a handcrafted product, the makers of Mount Gay rum understand the importance of honoring history, process and tradition. In celebration of that history, Mount Gay rum is sharing the stories of four Original Spirits from varied backgrounds and creative fields.

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A jigsaw puzzle that shows nothing but 1,000 colours across the CMYK colour spectrum

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Design on Thursday 18 December 2014

This is the 1,000 COLOURS puzzle by artist and designer Clemens Habicht. As the name implies, it’s a jigsaw puzzle composed of 1,000 different colors arranged to look like a CMYK gamut.

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Why go to the mountains when you can get this climbing wall treadmill in your home?

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By Rachel Oakley in Tech on Wednesday 17 December 2014

The treadmill can get boring. And rock climbing in the great outdoors isn’t going to happen every weekend. So a couple of geniuses got to thinking and came up with the climbing wall treadmill.

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Luis Quiles’ controversial illustrations on poverty, privilege and pop culture (NSFW)

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By Rachel Oakley in New Illustration on Wednesday 17 December 2014

All you need is a quick glance at Luis Quiles’ artwork to get an idea of what’s going on in the world today. Through his raw, and quite often graphic, illustrations, Quiles comments on the big issues. From our obsession with social media and pop culture, to the bloody violence and discrimination that goes on every day around the world, Quiles captures heartfelt emotion in each of his drawings to bring about a powerful response in us.

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Take a heart-pumping lethwei class from the locals in Yangon, Burma

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By Rachel Oakley in Cool Travel on Wednesday 17 December 2014

Travel to Yangon for the sacred Buddhist landmarks and exquisite gardens, but don’t forget to do at least one thing any regular local would. Like practicing the 1,000-year-old Indochinese martial art, Lethwei. While watching lethwei is as thrilling as it gets, taking a class in this ancient sport will help you appreciate it like never before.

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This building looks like a crumpled piece of discarded paper but its design is inspired by something else altogether

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By Kenny Ong in Architecture on Wednesday 17 December 2014

Love it or hate it, this piece of crumpled paper of a building will definitely stop you in your tracks. Housing the UT Sydney Business School and built at US$180 million, it is California-based architect Frank Gehry’s first building in Australia. With an imposing and asymmetrical facade spanning to the east and the west, the […]

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They may be old and decrepit but these 60 automobiles are going for a cool £12 million

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By Kenny Ong in News on Wednesday 17 December 2014

Entrepreneur Roger Baillon collected more than a hundred of vintage automobiles (1930s to 1950s) during his lifetime. Amongst them were a Talbot-Lago that was previously owned by Egyptian King Farouk and a Ferrari in which actress Jane Fonda had sat inside for a movie.

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Are you an artist? Submit your work and you could win an original Warhol

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By Nicole Hughes in New Events on Wednesday 17 December 2014

In partnership with Absolut, artists from various backgrounds came together recently to commemorate Andy Warhol at an avant-garde art party called Connecting with Warhol. Michael Hermann of the Andy Warhol Foundation said: ‘The idea of collaborating with Absolut really came from being inspired by what Andy Warhol did during his lifetime’.

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It’s watermelon time with Tom Rosenthal, and he’s wearing a watermelon suit for the occasion

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By Rachel Oakley in New Music on Wednesday 17 December 2014

Know what time it is? Watermelon time. According to Tom Rosenthal, anyway. His brand new song Watermelon makes it clear that there’s no better time than the time you’re dressed as a watermelon, frolicking through the countryside, and singing about watermelons. Fun right?

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