If you’ve ever been to Japan, you might have noticed artistically designed manhole covers dotted across the country. In fact, there’s even a festival that celebrates the art form. Last year, some participating Japanese prefectures merged the decorative manhole tradition with pop culture, resulting in designs featuring none other than Pokémon characters.
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Salvador Dalí is one of the most famous surrealist painters of the 20th century, but his artistic talent stretched far...
Denim jackets have been a wardrobe staple ever since they were popularized by silver screen stars such as James Dean and Steve McQueen in the 1950s. Today’s jean jackets come in a number of different styles and colors, but Colombian textile designer Ana Maria Restrepo (of Amarpo) adds personality to the simple garment by customizing them with colorful embroidery. Inspired by her Latin American roots, Restrepo’s upcycled garments celebrate the colorful beauty of Colombia’s nature.
If you’re having trouble finding the perfect present, it’s time to think outside the box.
The art of cooking requires many tools, but now you can get at least four of them with just one...
It’s been 30 years since the release of Tim Burton’s 1989 Batman, starring Michael Keaton as the titular character (aka Bruce Wayne). While the superhero’s iconic Batmobile has evolved over time, the 1989 version is perhaps the most recognizable iteration of the sleek, bat-winged vehicle. In celebration of one of the most iconic vehicles in cinema, LEGO is soon to release an epic Batmobile model toy kit. Measuring over 60 cm (23 inches)
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