Indulge your inner art snob with Star Trek masterpieces, created without a single paint brush

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By Rachel Oakley in New Art on Tuesday 24 March 2015

There are those of us who appreciate Star Trek with movie posters and collectibles. But now there’s an entirely new way of showing our appreciation for those aboard the USS Enterprise.

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Sooo… there’s a horse with a giant butt in Hong Kong’s annual art festival

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By Rachel Oakley in New Art on Tuesday 24 March 2015

One artist seems to like big butts. And he’s putting them on his horse sculptures to give us all something to talk about at the watercooler. And envy, I guess. Since big butts are in this year.

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Here are the last sad and cringeworthy texts received from lovers

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By Rachel Oakley in Tech on Tuesday 24 March 2015

Think back to a guy or a gal you were dating. If it was in the digital age, you probably texted a lot. And there was probably one last text you ever received from them which you read over and over again. Maybe you still do read it over and over again. Well, you’re not alone, friend. 

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Turn your pooch into a disco dog with LED vests controlled by your phone

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By Rachel Oakley in Tech on Tuesday 24 March 2015

Why settle for an ordinary dog vest when you can make him the life of the party wearing a flashing LED vest! A new Kickstarter is offering the Disco Dog vest, a doggie jacket that is lit up with 256 RGB LEDs and controlled from a smartphone app!

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Cheeky bus ads in Chicago are helping to raise awareness about cancer

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By Rachel Oakley in New Art on Tuesday 24 March 2015

Imagine sitting on a bus and showing the whole world your butt crack. One cancer foundation is aiming to get the butt crack shown all over Chicago for a very cheeky cancer awareness campaign.

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Using only the sun’s energy, this plane might just fly on and on forever

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By Kenny Ong in New Eco on Tuesday 24 March 2015

A significant milestone in the field of aviation has arrived. Taking off on March 9, two Swiss explorers Bertrand Piccard and Andre Borschberg are ready to break a record for being the first to fly around the world, propelled only by the power of light.

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Guy interrupts a tortoise getting intimate, gets chased by a very slow and angry male tortoise

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Eco on Tuesday 24 March 2015

National Geographic’s Paul Rose was filming a documentary with his crew on an island in Seychelles when they heard something peculiar: tortoise moans. They then found two 250kg tortoises doing the nasty in the bushes, and proceeded to watch – because that’s what all of us would do.

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Slice your 1-UP mushrooms on this awesome NES cartridge-shaped cutting board

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Products on Tuesday 24 March 2015

The only way to cut a 1-UP mushroom. San Diego-based Dave Stencil of ‘CuttingBoredom’ specializes in creating quirky and unique cutting boards, one of which is inspired by a nostalgic NES cartridge.

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Big Hero 6’s Baymax portraying himself as other Disney characters is adorable

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Illustration on Tuesday 24 March 2015

Disney rebooting all of its films with Baymax as the main characters sounds like a great idea! Scotland-based artist Demeria Skye has come up with a series of doodles that imagines Big Hero 6’s Baymax as different Disney characters.

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This cat would look like an adorable sheep if it weren’t for his resting bitch face

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Photography on Tuesday 24 March 2015

At Sagebrush Fine Art in Salt Lake City, Utah, there’s a resident feline that looks like he’s judging you. All. The. Time. Pompous Albert (named after Albert Einstein) is a Selkrik Rex, a rare breed famous for their sheep-like appearance.

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Don’t know what to cook for dinner? Grab some shaped plates to inspire you

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By Rachel Oakley in New Design, New Food and Packaging on Monday 23 March 2015

If you’re like me and draw a blank as to what to cook for dinner, you might want to invest in some plates. In particular Kahla Daily Menu Plates by 5.5 Design Studios.

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Would you take a selfie to make a purchase of whatever you want?

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By Kenny Ong in Tech on Monday 23 March 2015

In the near future, we may just be paying for stuff by taking a selfie. This was what Jack Ma of Alibaba, China’s e-commerce giant, postulated at the recent CeBit 2015 conference in Hannover, Germany. He sees it happening with an app that validates mobile payments by matching a photo taken by the user at the point of purchase to a stored profile photo.

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Powerful messages written on maxi pads, all in the name of feminism

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By Rachel Oakley in New Art on Monday 23 March 2015

This is one way to get the word across. Using a rather unique medium, Elonë, a woman from Karlsruhe, Germany, is posting feminist phrases on maxi pads and posting them around the city.

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Spotted: Spider-Man feeding the homeless in Birmingham at night

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By Kenny Ong in News on Monday 23 March 2015

Spider-Man comes to life in Birmingham, UK two times a week, between 9pm and midnight local time. In reality, he’s actually one anonymous 20-year-old man who puts on his Spider-Man suit to deliver sandwiches that he buys from supermarkets to local homeless people.

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Artist turns coffee stains into realistic paintings of pop culture characters

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Illustration on Monday 23 March 2015

Art that’s sure to perk up your morning. UK-based illustrator Maria A. Aristidou creates paintings of famous characters not with paint but with something more brew-tiful: coffee.

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