The Best of Lost At E Minor

The Lost At E Minor posts creating the most waves right now.

There are two kinds of people in this world: which one are you?

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By Rachel Oakley in New Illustration on Thursday 11 June 2015

There are two kinds of people in this world – those that love The Beatles and those that have never heard of them. And so the game begins.

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The touching moment a baby koala holds onto his mum during surgery

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By Rachel Oakley in News on Wednesday 10 June 2015

When koala mum Lizzy was hit by a car along the Warrego Highway in Coominya, Australia, her adorable joey, Phantom, was with her. She was brought into Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital and because of head trauma and a collapsed lung, Lizzy needed to go into surgery.

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Famous Instagram photographer follows his girlfriend all the way to the altar

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Photography on Wednesday 10 June 2015

Since 2012, Russian photographer Murad Osmann has been following his girlfriend Natalia Zakharova around the world and posting Instagram photos of her leading him by hand. They’ve been to many amazing places, but probably not as amazing as the one they’ve recently been to: the altar.

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This clever dome lets pet fish take a peek at what’s beyond their underwater world

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Products on Wednesday 10 June 2015

Let your fish see for themselves the cruel world their captors live in with this nifty pond accessory and they’ll never want to escape ever again.

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Half-underwater photos show the aquatic life hiding beneath the water’s surface

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Photography on Wednesday 10 June 2015

In his series ‘A Parallel Universe’, photographer Matty Smith takes to the water (well, at least half of it), capturing the diverse underwater plant and animal life lurking just beneath the surface.

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Tell slow walkers to move it with the bell ring for runners

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By Rachel Oakley in New Products on Tuesday 9 June 2015

If you live in a bustling city, you’ll probably have come into contact with the non-stop runners. The runners who won’t stop for a traffic light, won’t stop for slow walkers, and definitely won’t stop for a bunch of tourists. So a couple of clever (and cheeky) people got together to invent the Runbell.

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What My Little Pony characters would look like if they starred in Mad Max

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Art on Monday 8 June 2015

There’ll be no rainbows where these guys are headed. 25-year-old artist Kelsey Wailes has created the most unlikely but badass mashup: ‘My Little Pony’ dolls made to look like the characters from ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’.

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Attention everyone! Goat babies are jumping around in pyjamas

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By Rachel Oakley in Video on Friday 5 June 2015

Forget working out to release those endorphins. Watch these teeny weeny goat babies jumping around in their PJs and you’ll be smiling all week.

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Photographer documents the growth of his baby bunnies as they grow older

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Photography on Thursday 4 June 2015

Dhaka, Bangladesh-based photographer Ashraful Arefin has the cutest models around: a family of bunnies. In his latest series, he documents the growth of four baby bunnies from birth to 30 days old.

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Mirrors installed on stairs make it appear you’re walking amongst the clouds

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Art on Wednesday 3 June 2015

Using only mirrors as her material, Iranian artist Shirin Abedinirad is able to give us a glimpse of what it’s like to walk along the clouds.

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Plus-size yoga enthusiast shows us that fitness is for everyone, regardless of body type

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Photography on Wednesday 3 June 2015

27-year-old yogi Jessamyn Stanley isn’t like most of her colleagues. As you can see, she’s not your typical lean, toned yoga enthusiast – but for Stanley and her more than 55,000 Instagram followers, they don’t mind at all!

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Wildlife photographer takes pictures of animals eating from his hand

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By Rachel Oakley in New Photography on Wednesday 3 June 2015

Finnish photographer Konsta Punnka calls himself the ‘squirrel whisperer’ and it’s not hard to see why. This young creative is able to take close-up pictures of squirrels, birds and even foxes, all feeding from his hand.

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Japanese artist recreates insects, birds, and other animals as balloon sculptures

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Art on Wednesday 3 June 2015

Japanese artist Masayoshi Matsumoto has turned the simple act of balloon twisting into an art form with his collection of intricate, lifelike balloon sculptures.

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In Melbourne, a trippy staircase encourages more people to take the stairs

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By Inigo del Castillo in Architecture on Wednesday 3 June 2015

When Australia’s largest health insurer Medibank decided to build themselves a new headquarters, they asked creative studio ‘HASSELL’ to design a healthy and active working environment – because you know, healthy is what they do. So the studio came up with a staircase design that’s vibrant, engaging, and most importantly in an office setting, trippy.

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Using only a sheet of paper, this artist manages to hand-cut intricate works of art

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Art on Tuesday 2 June 2015

Armed with just a pencil, a craft knife, and a single sheet of paper, artist Suzy Taylor from Hertfordshire, England, turns a blank canvas into an intricate and mesmerising artwork.

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Earliest colour images of Japan show what life was like in the 19th century

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Photography on Tuesday 2 June 2015

In 1863, Italian-British war photographer Felice Beato moved to Yokohama, Japan and became one of the first people to ever photograph the mysterious Far East. In the 14 years he lived there, he was able to capture in colour the everyday scenes of Edo-era Japan, from gangs of samurai to a mum taking care of […]

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Artist cuts popular toys in half to reveal what their insides look like

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Art on Tuesday 2 June 2015

A few years ago, we featured artist Jason Freeny and his work on a dissected Barbie doll, which showed us the inner workings of an idealized, unrealistic woman. Now he’s back with more grotesque sculptures, all of them revealing the meat and bones of our favorite childhood cartoon characters.

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Tempescope an invention that simulates the weather forecast in a box

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By Inigo del Castillo in Tech on Monday 1 June 2015

For when you’ve had enough of the weatherman, which is like, always. The Tempescope is a cool invention that lets you know of tomorrow’s weather forecast by actually simulating sunshine, rain, fog, and even lightning indoors.

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Insanely cute bunny has the best haircut ever thanks to his wooly ears

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Eco on Monday 1 June 2015

Just when you thought they couldn’t get any cuter. Meet Wally, he’s an English Angora who’s quickly becoming popular on Instagram, thanks to his ears that make it appear he has a really angelic haircut.

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Super Mario Boo Ghost apron can adorably cover its eyes while you cook

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Products on Monday 1 June 2015

They might make your life miserable in Super Mario, but it’s a different story once you’re in the kitchen. Etsy seller ‘DarkBalloons’ is selling a geeky apron that looks like the adorable video game ghost, Boo.

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