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Ink Hunter App Allows Users to Take Tattoo Designs for a Test Ride

Ink Hunter App Allows Users to Take Tattoo Designs for a Test Ride

Tattoos are more popular now than they've ever been, but getting inked is still a big decision. For anyone on the fence about their latest design - or for those who are merely curious - there's now an app that could make the decision easier. Ink Hunter allows the user to virtually test out a tattoo, so anyone using the app can see how tattoos would look on them. View Now
How-To Make Watercolor Coasters

How-To Make Watercolor Coasters

RightThisMinute's how-to guru Jessica Hord shares how to make colorful watercolor coasters. You'll Need: -- White tiles (I used a hexagon-shaped tile.) -- Rubbing alcohol -- Tissue -- Flat brush -- Alcohol ink in multiple colors -- Sealer/Finisher spray -- Felt pads   Instructions: 1. Clean the top of the tile using a tissue and rubbing alcohol. 2. Use brush to paint a spot or two of alcohol in the center of the tile. View Now
Lee Light: Hanging Cube Light

Lee Light: Hanging Cube Light

You've got to see this mind blowing light fixture called the Lee Light. This hanging cube light appears to move as the person moves but you've got to see what it looks like from its profile. The light fixture cost $330.  View Now
This May be the Worst Arts and Crafts Activity to Try With Your Kids

This May be the Worst Arts and Crafts Activity to Try With Your Kids

For this activity, you will need: one canvas, one easel, multiple cans of spray paint, a lawnmower, and, of course, a death wish. The artist known as Uncle Rob came up with the, uh,creative idea to throw cans of spray paint into the moving blades of a lawn mower, allowing the paint the explodes to create a beautiful picture on a nearby canvas. The problem? Well, if you can't see the problem with this idea, maybe take a few steps back and reevaluate your life. View Now
Designer Creates Clever Calligrams to Visualize The Meaning Of Words

Designer Creates Clever Calligrams to Visualize The Meaning Of Words

Ji Lee is a master of calligrams. He loves to visualize the meaning of words using only the graphic elements of the letters themselves. And what started as merely just a challenge, has turned into more than a lifelong hobby. Lee has created hundreds of clever caliigrams so far and with no shortage of ideas, it's doesn't look like the New York-based designer will stop the amazing visualizations any time soon. Click through and let's see if you can see the meaning. Go! View Now
Here’s Lucky Charms Being Dumped on Unlucky People

Here’s Lucky Charms Being Dumped on Unlucky People

If you’re Irish, you’re lucky — and if you’re these guys, not so much. To celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, Obsev rounded up a few of their own to pour a bowl of Lucky Charms on them in slow motion. The result? A super pointless video that’ll leave you wishing that you had thought of the idea sooner. View Now
How Does the 'Ideal Body' Compare Around the World?

How Does the 'Ideal Body' Compare Around the World?

As the saying goes, "Beauty is in the eye of the beholder," and that "beholder" differs as you travel around the world. Different countries have different opioions of what is attractive. So the question is, how do the perceptions of beauty vary across the globe? Well, from that question this study was born — and it starts with these two:     View Now
Justin Bieber Gets Real About His Tattoos

Justin Bieber Gets Real About His Tattoos

Justin Bieber has a lot of ink these days. The musician recently bared all the details about his tattoos to GQ and turns out, there’s a story behind all of them. His favorite tattoo may be the two wings on the base of his neck, but his most interesting is certainly the one of his ex-girlfriend. View Now
Ballet Dancer Misty Copeland Recreates Edgar Degas' Paintings for 'Harper's Bazaar'

Ballet Dancer Misty Copeland Recreates Edgar Degas' Paintings for 'Harper's Bazaar'

Edgar Degas was a highly celebrated 19th century French artist, who many regard as the father of Impressionism. But he is probably best known for his depiction of dance. Ahead of a new exhibition at New York's Museum of Modern Art, dancer Misty Copeland took on the daunting task of recreating Degas's most famous ballet works — and the resut is nothing short of beautiful! View Now
Sexual Assault Protester Covers Herself in Fries and Ketchup For Latest Art Piece

Sexual Assault Protester Covers Herself in Fries and Ketchup For Latest Art Piece

Monika Rostvold made headlines last fall for her nearly naked protest on Texas State campus, and is back on the front page for her recent protest against sexual assault. The artist covered herself in waffle fries and ketchup and laid out on a picnic bench on campus. Some people were confused, others inspired, and still others were fed (they ate her fries). View Now
Feminist Comedienne Parodies Eatcasting in Attempt to Break Asian Stereotypes

Feminist Comedienne Parodies Eatcasting in Attempt to Break Asian Stereotypes

Showry is a YouTuber from South Korea known for getting up-close and personal with her food. But she isn't just lathering up in mayonnaise because it makes her skin smooth, she does this bizarre act in the name of feminism. In Korea, there is a popular trend called Muk-bang, or eatcasting, where attractive women post videos of themselves eating. Showry's videos are an attempt to parody this trend, with the hopes of challenging the stereotypes people have about Asian women. Some call her a feminist shock comedienne, while others merely find her bizarre. View Now