October 15, 2021

Amazing Tattoos Look Just Like Holographic Stickers Stuck to Skin

When is a sticker not a sticker? When it’s a tattoo! Tattoo artist Clayton Dias will make you do a double-take with his holographic-inspired designs. He creates body art that has the metallic shimmer of a real sticker, complete with the vertical highlights and rainbow array of colors as it captures the light. Sometimes, it appears as though the tattoo is peeling from the skin which only adds to the amazing illusions within Dias’ work.

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October 13, 2021

Guy Builds Massive Skeleton That Bursts From His Home for Halloween

There are two types of people at Halloween: those who go all out, and those who would rather opt out. Ohio resident Alan Perkins is one Halloween fanatic who goes all out, and we mean way out. He spent 25 days constructing an elaborate, spooky spectacle of a gigantic skeleton that appears to be breaking out of his home. Not for the faint of heart, Perkins’ house has been transformed into something from a nightmare.

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October 8, 2021

Enjoy the Best Creative Products When You Shop at My Modern Met Store

My Modern Met was founded as one big (virtual) city that celebrates creativity by sharing art and culture from around the world. Over the years, we’ve had the opportunity to feature countless creative products and get to know the makers behind them. We are often asked by our readers where they can buy the things they see on My Modern Met.

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October 5, 2021

Denmark Is Cleverly Repurposing Old Wind Turbine Blades as Bike Shelters

With concerns about climate change mounting to a fever pitch in recent years, it’s no wonder that many countries have sought to shift their power consumption to renewable energy sources. And one of the most popular options amongst these more sustainable alternatives is wind energy. In places like Denmark—where, in 2019, more than half of its electricity was generated from wind and solar power—towering wind turbines have become a familiar fixture of the native landscape.

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