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Retro-Style Disease Posters Turn Doctors Into Superheros

And why not? Doctors are, after all, on the front lines of a pitched battle against an invisible enemy most of us are powerless to stop. Without them, our teeth would be falling out and we’d be losing limbs over minor scrapes. We’re so accustomed to the wonders of modern medicine we take for granted how wondrous it really is.


Guy Builds Gorgeous Sequencer Just To Test Video Game Arcade Buttons

When Mike Sannikov was designing an arcade game controller and needed to test which brand of buttons would work best, he didn’t just read some online reviews — he bought a small sampling of buttons and used them to build this gorgeous music sequencer as a test bed.


Clever Clock Makes It Super Obvious Whether You Remembered To Set Your Alarm

For those of us who can’t bear the thought of spending just a few minutes away from our social networks, let alone an entire night, our bedside smartphones double as an adequate alarm clock. But for those who are able to disconnect at bedtime, Lexon’s In-Out clock is a minimal but cleverly functional way to ensure your alarm is set before you drift off to sleep.


This Is What A $3,000 Box Of Coloured Pencils Looks Like

Fashion mogul and designer Karl Lagerfeld has realised that the adult colouring book fad isn’t going away any time soon. But instead of cashing in with his own line of colouring books, he’s collaborated with Faber-Castell on a set of coloured pencils that will set you back $US2,850 ($3,791). Come again?


Why Settle For 30 Games When This Tiny Aluminium NES Clone Plays All Of Them

Despite a $US500 ($655)+ price tag, the Analogue Nt, a gorgeous NES clone made from a solid block of aircraft grade aluminium, has been continuously selling out since it was first released back in 2014. If you keep missing out, you can always grab one off eBay for $5000, or wait until January when a smaller, cheaper, improved version will go on sale.


Watch A Guy Transform An Old Glass Bottle Into A Sharp Arrowhead

Video: Junkyard flint knapping is my new favourite thing because it takes a piece of trash and recycles it into something else entirely with just a few taps (OK, more than a few taps). But watch Shawn Woods find an old bottle and then reshape it with tools that consist of an antler, a screw, and like a needle thing.


The Perth Mint Has 5000 Gold-Pressed Latinum Strips For Sale

Someone over at the Perth Mint really likes Star Trek. Commemorative coins featuring captains from the various shows is one thing, but an actual strip of gold-pressed latinum? Now that’s hardcore.


Walking Inside This Crystal Universe Is Like Wandering The Universe

I want to step inside the Crystal Universe installation by TeamLab and just never leave. It’s an immersive art exhibit that’s been around various museums and galleries already and it’s currently in Tokyo (which means I probably won’t get a chance to step in just yet but it’s OK, after watching this video, it’s all I can see when I close my eyes).


Cool Animation Blends The Olympic Rings With Athletes Of Different Sports

Video: The Olympics are almost here, which means it’s almost time for us couch sitters to become experts on every Olympic sport after watching it for five minutes. Warm yourself up with this super quick animation that turns athletes into the different colours of the Olympic rings.


Nike's New Sunglasses Cost $1500

For top runners, like the elite specimens competing in the Olympics, every last thing you wear needs to be engineered for comfort and speed. So Nike and Zeiss took inspiration from human anatomy for a new pair of sunglasses that wrap around an athlete’s head.


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