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KAT is doing The Ugly Dance

KAT is doing The Ugly Dance
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Beautiful Illustrations by Victo Ngai Die Illustratorin Victo Ngai, geboren in Hong Kong, lebt und arbeitet in New York. Zu ihren Kunden zählen unter anderem The New Yorker, The New York Times, WIRED und viele weitere mehr. Ihre Arbeiten wurden weltweit in Ausstellungen in den USA, England, Deutschland, Australien und China gezeigt. Die Arbeiten der Künstlerin wurden bereits mehrfach mit Preisen ausgezeichnet. // Illustrations © Victo Ngai /// ☇ Art Prints Available // ↓ You might also like ♥ // If you find anything interesting and decide to share it please link back to robot:mafia.

Inutilidades 27 Delightful Obsolete Words It's High Time We Revived Porra, Mauricio! (Imagem via Rafael Monteiro) (Imagem via voodoo-witch-queen) (Imagem via RivaDias) (Imagem via juliopanzera ) 10 Must-See Animated Short Films Movies and TV No matter how old you are, I’m sure you’d love good animations and cartoons. I still remember spending my whole afternoons watching Cartoon Network when I was still a kid. The list below has 10 popular short film animations (in no particular order) you must see on Youtube. Let’s start our list with a feel-good love story. I can‘t tell if this one’s inspirational or if it’s actually sad – but one thing’s for sure, it hits that soft spot in your heart. Oh and by the way, “Alma” means “soul” in Spanish. Let’s get back to the nicer stories, shall we? Day and Night won Best Short Film at the 38th Annie Awards and has been nominated as Best Animated Short Film at the 83rd Annual Academy Awards. I’m sure many people can relate to this short film – myself certainly included. Created by Mesai, and independent animation team in Korea with director Moo-hyun Jang, watch the video to get an idea of how you look in the morning when you “fight” with your alarm clock.

15 Signs You Have the Perfect Roommates - The Odyssey Online When you begin college, roommates are just apart of the grand scheme of things. Very rarely do you make it all the way through your college career without rooming with someone. The key to making this bearable is finding roommates that mesh well with you. This task can be more daunting than you'd hope. Sometimes it takes a few tries before you really can find the best roommates for you. And coming from someone who has been through the good, the bad and the ugly in terms of roommate matches, let me tell you, here are the signs you'll know when you've found the perfect roommates. 1. Your roommates are going to see all sides of you whether you want them to or not. 2. Power's out? 3. Your roomies are going to know when you're sick, tired, studying or anything else, and they will be considerate of that. 4. Knowing how ridiculous the good ol' reliable Wal-Mart is in Starkville, you're never going to want to go alone. 5. 6. The kitchen, the living room, all up for grabs. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

This Student Designs Jewelry That Turns Your Veins Into A Power Source (Video) We’ve all been there: running out of power on your cell-phone with no prospect of a charger in the near future. It’s one of the most frightening possible scenarios for a lot of people these days. Naomi Kizhner, an Israeli graduate student, may have solved that problem. Some of her devices are a little bit creepy- they are embedded into the wearer’s veins, and then use the wearer’s movements and blood flow to turn a small wheel inside the device, generating electricity. One of Naomi’s devices (Courtesy of Naomi Kizhner) Most people are probably pretty uncomfortable with the idea of embedding energy-producing jewelry into their body. “I wanted to provoke the thought about how far will we go to in order to ‘feed’ our addiction in the world of declining resources,” she said in an interview with Cosmopolitan. The jewelry is part of a project that Kizhner is calling “Energy Addicts”. The three devices (Courtesy of Naomi Kizhner) Check out a video Naomi made for her “Energy Addicts” project below:

Glorious Highlights from the 2014 World Beard and Moustache Championships Oct 28, 2014 This past weekend, the 2014 Just for Men World Beard and Moustache Championships® took place inside the spectacular, 3,000-seat Keller Auditorium in downtown Portland, Oregon. Approximately 300 contestants competed in 18 different categories with the Grand Prize winner receiving an all-expenses paid trip to the 2015 world championships in Leogang, Austria. After a fierce day of competition the judges declared Madison Rowley the champion. On hand to capture the festivities was photographer Greg Anderson.

5 Favorite Minnesota Foods Taste Tested By Californians We asked these Californians who'd just finished their morning gluten-free-quinoa-avocado-paleo-yoga smoothies to give five famous Minnesota foods a try. We knew there would be mixed reviews, but we didn't expect them to be quite so extreme—or half as hilarious. Who is Movoto Real Estate, you might ask? Do You Love Minnesota? I have Minnesota pride oozing out of my ears. I'm in! Yes No Related Articles Seriously, don't talk to them about Fargo. Amanda Orcutt This list will have you yearning for the Minneapolis of the past, when places l... New Listings in Minnesota Mr. Incredibeard Is Back With New Epic Beards Remember when we wrote about Mr. Incredibeard and the epic beard sculptures he made on his face? Well, he’s back with more over-the-top beard-dos. Mr. More info: Facebook | Instagram | WordPress (h/t: twistedsifter)

A Visual Representation Of The Relationship Between Science And Music | SF Globe Nigel John Stanford is a musician from New Zealand who is well-known for his work in the genres of Ambient and New Age music. In the video below, you can see a range of his musical abilities as he plays both a drum set and a piano while also rigging makeshift instruments from things like playing cards. This video is entitled 'Cymatics,' and cymatics is the science of creating visualizations of audio frequencies. On his website, Stanford explains how he became interested in visualizing sound: "In 1999 I watched a documentary on 'Synesthesia' - a disorder that effects the audio and visual functions of the brain. People with the disorder hear a sound when they see bright colors, or see a color when they hear various sounds. This got me thinking that it would be cool to make a music video where every time a sound plays, you see a corresponding visual element.

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