Kirill Zaytsev’s “Flagsters: Flags Letters Countries & Stereotypes” is a visual experiment using national flags and their verbal stereotypes to reimagine pre-existing national designs.
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Video. In order to harden the edge of steel, swords are often heated until they're impossibly hot and then quenched in liquid to rapidly cool down. This creates a much stronger grain structure in the steel which obviously leads to a much stronger sword. An interesting thing that happens during this quenching process is how the sword dramatically bends before it snaps back into shape (with a slight upward tilt).