Straker is an Australian street artist who paints unique murals that appear to light up the streets. His pieces look just like real neon signs, but they are actually 2D and created using only spray paint and a special technique that makes them pop off the wall. We spoke with Straker about his work and […]

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DipYourCar auto body shop hurls powdered paint at your car. The “Pearl Bomb” paint jobs replicates images of deep space on your vehicle’s exterior. While the colorful paint job looks permanent, it can simply be peeled off.

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2017 was the third hottest year on record and as temperatures continue to rise some of America’s cities are looking for ways to cool down. In Los Angeles, pavement company GuardTop is coating streets white to help combat climate change.

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David Kennedy, former NSA hacker and TrustedSec CEO, explains how an attack on America’s Internet could affect the country, ranging from the financial sector to our military.

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Gatorade built this technology from scratch just for an ad. 2,500 switches turn the water on and off, and motion capture tells it what to do. The results are incredible.

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Vincent Bal is a Belgian artist who draws inspiration from shadows. He was first inspired after noticing the shape his teacup’s shadow made, and since then has worked with ordinary objects. It’s art in a brand new light.

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Rainworks is a fun spray that you apply to sidewalks to create designs seen only when wet! Create beautiful art that reveal themselves when it rains, motifs by the pool, or drawings seen on the ground after watering your plants.

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With more than half of the world population living in cities, one thing is undeniable: we are an urban species. Part game, part urban planning sketching tool, “Cities: Skylines” encourages people to use their creativity and self-expression to rethink the cities of tomorrow. Designer Karoliina Korppoo

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Neon naked life drawing uses UV light to regular naked life drawing classes to life. Models use UV reactive props to add the to interactive, weird neon experience. Neon-colored crayons and pens are also provided so participants can draw in a variety of techniques, from pointillism to Pop Art.

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German artist Julian Voss-Andreae is the mastermind behind these disappearing statues. His background in physics plays an important role in his creative process. He uses 3D scans and computer programming to map out his creations. It took him three years to finalize the process, but now you can see his sculptures on display all over […]

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