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All-Electric Airis Wants To Be The Future’s Flying Taxi

Flying cars continue their attempts to come out of imagination into the real world. The latest iteration in the long line of flying concepts is the AirisOne. Capable of ferrying five passengers, the AirisOne will have the ability to be fully autonomous, with options for semi-autonomous driving.

Fifth Element: The One That Looks Like A UFO

MB&F partnered with L’Epée 1839 to create a...

When Poorly Rendered Car From Some ’90s Video Games Becomes Real

The radically designed Karlmann King SUV...
Eyelid art by Katie Alves

Eyelid art by Katie Alves

DeviantARTist Katie Alves creates this amazing eyelid art. There's also some face art, nail art and lip art to look at on her page, but it is mostly about eyelid art, and pretty good eyelid art at that. Via:...

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Batman clip to take care of your money

Batman clip to take care of your money

The Batarang money holder would probably go pretty well with a dark knight disguise, except we don't think Batman carries around money, or Bruce Wayne needs things like these to stash his billions. We on the other hand, would feel quite good having a magnetic batarang...

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Shooting images with an egg pinhole camera

Shooting images with an egg pinhole camera

For Francesco Capponi’s egg pinhole camera, the camera ultimately becomes a photograph. It is so simple, yet so amazing. A common object like an egg used as both the camera, and then the photograph. Of course, getting the entire thing done requires delicate workings,...

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Hyperflesh baby masks *shudder*

Hyperflesh baby masks *shudder*

A company called Hyperflesh, which presumably is in the business of creating nightmares, created these freaky, scary baby masks. These masks come in three goosebump-inducing shapes, the disgusted baby, happy baby and cry baby. More images and video after the jump, but...

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Photographer recreates his dreams for a shot

Photographer recreates his dreams for a shot

Some people have diaries near their beds to write down the dreams they had. Photographer Ronen Goldman we assume, has a camera. For his "The Surrealistic Pillow Project," the photographer tries to recreate his dreams, exhilarating, bizarre or nightmarish as they may...

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