Posts by Jessica Stewart

January 21, 2018

Concrete Water Pipes Reimagined as Micro-Apartments for Innovative Housing Solution

Housing shortages are a reality in many parts of the world, but nowhere more so than Hong Kong, where the average one-bedroom apartment downtown rents for $2,100 and many people are forced into cheap black market apartments called coffin cubicles. But James Law Cybertecture, a Hong Kong-based studio, is looking to change that through the development of affordable micro-housing.

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January 19, 2018

Funny Guy Reveals What’s Going On Beyond the Edges of Famous Album Covers

Russian Photoshop wizard Igor Lipchanskiy sprinkles his technical skills and good dose of humor on famous album covers, transforming them into something completely—and hilariously—different. Lipchanskiy creates funny Photoshopped versions of the covers, expanding them out to see what “really” happens in the parts we don't normally see. Lipchanskiy inserts himself as a willing assistant, doing whatever it takes to make the musicians on the album covers happy, whether it's giving Will.i.

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January 17, 2018

Former Painter Captures Stunning Photos of Magical Landscapes Around the World

Turkish photographer Cuma Cevik organizes adventurous trips to a wide range of countries after being inspired to shoot incredible landscape photography around the world. Bringing along curious travelers, they set out on photo safaris to capture the magical landscapes of each setting. Interestingly, it was an early love of fine art that brought Cevik toward his current profession.

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January 16, 2018

Researchers Discover Dinosaur with Shimmering Rainbow Feathers Like a Hummingbird

Researchers have recently discovered an unusual dinosaur that appears to be a combination of a colorful hummingbird and a velociraptor. They named the 161-million-year-old dinosaur from the Jurassic age Caihong juji, which translates from Mandarin to “rainbow with the big crest.” The fossil of this fluffy dinosaur was discovered by a Chinese farmer in 2014, with researchers just publishing their findings in Nature.

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