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Luke, I am your folder.
Meet the man behind the Star Wars origami craze (and yes, there is a Star Wars origami craze).
Tight squeeze! This new house is only 4 feet wide, but it comes with a bathroom, a kitchen and a bedroom, and its first tenant will move in this weekend.
Architect Jakub Szczesny designed the two-story aluminum and plastic house three years ago and it’s been built in a narrow space between a pre-war house and a modern apartment block in downtown Warsaw. The Foundation of Polish Modern Art helped him fund it.
The first tenant, Etgar Keret, an Israeli writer whose ancestors died in Poland during the Holocaust, will move in today. But other tenants will follow in the building considered an art work.
A new traveling exhibit has revealed the photos Norman Rockwell used to create some his most iconic, and most detailed, artworks.
This is really thumb-thing! An Italian artist who calls himself Dito Von Tease uses his fingers as a canvas for famous faces including Steve Jobs, the Dalai Lama, and Jesus.
This racy public statue of a naked woman sexting riled up parents in the Kansas City area.
The controversy began in May, when local parent Joanne Hughes posted a petition on Change.org calling for the city to remove the statue. “With all the problems we are having with sexting in our youth culture, do we really want to be encouraging children and teenagers to take nude photos of themselves?” Hughes asked.
Do you think the statue’s inappropriate?