The Best of Lost At E Minor

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

Bed set featuring the layers of the earth will rock your world

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Products on Tuesday 11 August 2015

This gives an entirely new meaning to the word ‘bedrock’. If you want your child to become a geologist (every parent’s first choice, fyi), then start them young by turning their bed covers into earth’s layers.

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Sportswear logos look even better with plants embroidered on them

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Fashion on Monday 10 August 2015

Iceland-based artist James Merry combines whimsy with athletics by embroidering famous flowers and plants into famous sportswear logos.

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Nutella doughnut milkshakes from this Sydney café will make you crave so bad

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Food and Packaging on Monday 10 August 2015

Oh. My. God. In Sydney, a local café has caused quite the stir – nay, panic – after it released a monstrous food creation: The Tella Ball, a massive vanilla milkshake topped with a Nutella-filled doughnut.

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Bride with grandma as her bridesmaid is the sweetest thing ever

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Photography on Monday 10 August 2015

Much like every other bride, Christine Quinn asked her best friends to be her bridesmaids; but the difference is, one of them was her 89-year-old grandmother, Nana Betty.

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Heart-shaped bangs are officially a thing in South Korea

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Fashion on Monday 10 August 2015

You’d think these things only happen in Japan. In the district of Gangbuk in Seoul, young women (and a few men) are hopping on board the latest hair trend: heart-shaped bangs, or what they call ‘hateu aapmuhri’.

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Turn your leg into a horse by strapping on this cute pony head

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Products on Monday 10 August 2015

While not all of us can afford to get our kids their own pony, we can at least give them the next best thing: its plush head.

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Love to get cozy? Stay in a teeny weeny caravan hostel in The Netherlands

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By Rachel Oakley in Cool Travel on Friday 7 August 2015

If you don’t mind getting cozy with your travel buddies at night, Lucky Lake Hostel offers you a once-in-a-lifetime stay while travelling through The Netherlands.

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Cereal and milk popsicles make the greatest breakfast ever

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By Rachel Oakley in New Food and Packaging on Friday 7 August 2015

Because people frown upon chocolate cupcakes for breakfast (seriously, why?), baker and all-around creative genius Jessie Oleson Moore of Cake Spy has come up with something that’ll satisfy our sweet tooth and our overbearing parents: cereal and milk popsicles.

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Elephants are painted and primped for an annual festival in India

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By Rachel Oakley in New Photography on Friday 7 August 2015

Back in 2013, photographer Charles Fréger travelled to India to snap photos of elephants. Instead of finding them in the army, Fréger found elephants – all dressed up to the nines – at an annual festival in Jaipur, Rajasthan.

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Abandoned baby wallaby hugging his teddy makes us want a hug too

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Eco on Thursday 6 August 2015

Goes to show that everyone loves hugs, even marsupials. In Launceston, Tasmania, an orphaned baby wallaby named Doodlebug was photographed hugging his teddy bear for some much-needed comforting.

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LED lights visualize the movements of musicians as colourful waves

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Music on Thursday 6 August 2015

Ontario-based photographer Stephen Orlando uses LED lights to visualize the movements of musicians, showing us that their motion is as equally beautiful and mesmerizing as their music.

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This baby pygmy hippo is learning to swim at the Melbourne Zoo

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By Rachel Oakley in New Eco on Wednesday 5 August 2015

Obi, a baby pygmy hippo was born early June at the Melbourne Zoo and is just now learning how to swim – with the help of his mum, Petre.

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Try not to die strolling through the grounds of this toxic English garden

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By Rachel Oakley in Cool Travel on Wednesday 5 August 2015

If you value your life, keep away from England’s Poison Garden filled with toxic plants that are so potent, several people pass out last year after inhaling the plants’ toxic fumes.

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Brush up on your sewing skills at this fashion-obsessed Parisian cafe

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By Rachel Oakley in Cool Travel on Wednesday 5 August 2015

If you’re not into sewing, the concept is definitely bizarre: a cafe in the heart of Paris chockablock full of sewing machines. Ok, if you are into sewing, it’s still kind of strange, but Sweat Shop is one of those cutesy little cafes in Paris you just have to see, at least once. Maybe twice if you want to fix that zipper.

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What can you buy for a dollar in different countries around the world?

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By Rachel Oakley in New Illustration on Tuesday 4 August 2015

You can’t get much for a buck these days – perhaps a stick of gum (if you’re lucky) or a couple of stamps. Well, that is if you’re living in New York. But what about other parts of the world? A dollar might not get you too far in NYC but in other countries, it can buy you a bottle of wine, an espresso and even a foot massage.

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Love land? Stay on a cruise ship that never enters the water

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By Rachel Oakley in Cool Travel on Tuesday 4 August 2015

You’re keen to travel and you’ve heard wonders about cruises. But being stuck on board a massive ship with tourists 24/7 for an entire week just isn’t your thing. But you still want a cruise experience. Gosh, you’re demanding! But lucky for you, South Korea offers just this.

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1,000 musicians playing the Foo Fighters’ ‘Learn to Fly’ at the same time is epic

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Music on Monday 3 August 2015

Your move, Dave Grohl. In Italy, a thousand musicians came together and played the Foo Fighters’ ‘Learn to Fly’ in an attempt to persuade the band to hold another concert there.

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Old skate decks upcycled into guitars is a beautiful thing

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Design on Monday 3 August 2015

Instead of throwing away broken skateboard decks, 22-year-old Nick Pourfard has found a way to bring them back to life, albeit in a different form as a musical instrument.

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Artists breathe new life into a community by painting all 209 of their houses

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Art on Monday 3 August 2015

In Mexico, a youth organization collaborated with the local government to bring change to an impoverished community by turning their entire neighbourhood into a massive mural.

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Designer creates a house with a separate staircase for dogs

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By Inigo del Castillo in Architecture on Monday 3 August 2015

In Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam, one architectural firm has come up with a brilliant idea that makes life easier for man’s best friend: a staircase for dogs.

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