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A Mesmerizing Shantytown Where The Shacks Double As Musical Instruments
By Suzanne LaBarre, fastcodesign.com

Ever wonder what industrial fans rigged to rat traps sound like? Wonder no more.

The floors sing in the shacks and shanties of New Orleans’s Music Box vil­lage. The walls hum and the cab­i­nets tin­kle and the bath­tub sounds like an upright…

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SUPER MARIO BROS. Characters Realistically Made in a Noir Style
Jesse Bartel, gametyrant.co

Yes, I know. Noir would mean that the pic­tures would be in black and white, but the cre­ator of these pho­tos was com­ment­ing on the detec­tive ele­ment of Noir and not the strict def­i­n­i­tion of the word. Think of it as L.A. Noire (the…

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kateoplis:

View of the White House, Ancestral Pueblo Native American (Anasazi) ruins in Canyon de Chelly, Arizona, in 1873. The cliff dwellings were built by the Anasazi more than 500 years earlier. At bottom, men stand and pose on cliff dwellings in a niche and on ruins on the canyon floor. Climbing ropes connect the groups of men. (Timothy O’Sullivan/LOC) 

The American West, 150 Years Ago | In Focus

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Caten, a levitating kinetic sound sculpture by David Letellier for Saint Sauveur chapel (video)

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mothernaturenetwork:

Cavemen’s musical instruments date back 40,000 years
The instruments, along with other signs of artistic creativity, date back to 42,000 to 43,000 years ago, during the upper Paleolithic period.

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