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Awesome exhibit shows mythological creature skeletons

Awesome exhibit shows mythological creature skeletons

Growing up I really liked movies that had mythological creatures in them and Greek mythology in general. I was particularly fond of the idea of strange creatures like the centaur and the Cyclops. If you have a fascination for mythological creatures like flying lions, horse/men, and one-eyed giants and live in Tucson, Arizona, you need to check out the exhibit at the International Wildlife Museum.

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Samsung SM’ART Gallery Panels aren’t just pieces of art, they’re for displaying art

Samsung SM’ART Gallery Panels aren’t just pieces of art, they’re for displaying art

Samsung seems to be pumping out new devices like there's no tomorrow, but here's something new to set a precedent: SM'ART Panels specifically designed for displaying fine art. In development for five years, the high resolution LCD panels surpass standard television sets in an attempt to be a truly digital canvas. The panels are designed to display the fine details that an artist wishes to come through, such as texture and the exact color envisioned.

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Google Mary Blair doodle honors legendary animator

Google Mary Blair doodle honors legendary animator

Though this particular Google doodle doesn't necessarily do anything all that fantastic when it comes to Web 2.0, it was and continues to be the utterly engaging artwork that Mary Blair had mastery over that continues to be the center point on this, the 100th year since she was born to this earth. If you don't recognize the style of the work that Google has replicated here, you'll certainly know the background illustrations from these classic Disney films: "Cinderella," "Peter Pan," and "Alice in Wonderland." Once again Google hits on a reminder of what was certainly a gift from beyond in this lovely artist.

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Wacom Inkling hands-on [Video]

Wacom Inkling hands-on [Video]

Wacom's new Bamboo tablet range allows you to cut the cord between your artwork and your computer, but the company's Inkling digital pen allows you to walk out the door and sketch anywhere. Announced last month, the chunky stylus - and its companion clip-on receiver - can turn any regular notepad into a digital art studio, not only wirelessly memorizing your drawings but throwing in pro-level features like layer support too. We grabbed some hands-on playtime with with Wacom Inkling to see if it's really a doodler's dream; check out our first-impressions after the cut.

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LEGO Trump International Hotel and Tower uses 65,000 pieces

LEGO Trump International Hotel and Tower uses 65,000 pieces

LEGO is cool and one of the geekier building materials out there. I like to see people build giant things out of the little bricks and marvel at the geek factor and time it took them to complete. The hardest thing I ever made form LEGO was a Technica racecar, this 10-foot tall replica of the Trump International Hotel and Tower isn’t something I'd want to mess with.

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Canon 24-105mm Lens Crafted of Ceramic Brings Liquid Satisfaction in a Snap

Canon 24-105mm Lens Crafted of Ceramic Brings Liquid Satisfaction in a Snap

If there's one single photo related to photography itself that's so meta, so amazingly ingenious it's amazing it hasn't been done a thousand times over, it's the big expensive lens turned into a coffee cup. An artist by the name of DERELIQ has decided to take this awesome idea another step back, smaller and further away in a shotglass made in the form of a Canon lens, complete with all the knobs, settings, and red ring rim you've come to expect.

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DIY castle sculptures are made from human hair

DIY castle sculptures are made from human hair

Man is this one gross DIY project. I would never in a million years make it as a barber. Getting other people's hair on me is really gross. I would certainly not make it as an artists who uses other people's hair as a medium for creating. I just couldn't do it. I'm not sure how the artist that made the castle sculptures you see here came to use hair for building blocks.

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Paper craft Nyan Cat is weird and cool

Paper craft Nyan Cat is weird and cool

Not too long ago Chris Davies was having a nerdgasm over the Nyan Cat videos on YouTube getting that rainbow Nyan Cat custom load bar. We had a little chat about me not understanding the point of Nyan Cat and the best Davies could come up with was "it's a cat, in space, with a Pop Tart body." I still don’t get it. If you do get the point of Nyan Cat or if you just want to make something interesting out of paper on a boring summer day, here you go.

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Paul the Robot draws sloppily by design

Paul the Robot draws sloppily by design

If I built a robot that could do anything I wouldn't name it something boring like Paul. That's exactly what artists and designer Patrick Tresset did when he built his robotic arm that can draw people's portraits. Paul the drawing robot is made intentionally to be messy rather than uber precise like most robots want to be. The bot is made to look at your face with a camera and then draw your face with a pen in what my 6-year-old daughter would call scribble-scrabble.

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