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The Largest Man-Made Forest in the World by Hans Wilschut (Works That Work magazine)

Everybody wants perfect wireless service everywhere, but nobody wants mobile telephone masts in their neighborhood. Photographer Hans Wilschut documents one solution.

Artist Max Lamb stuns us again with his creation of the 4.8m dining table carved out of a block of expanded polystyrene using a hot-wire cutter. Then with the scrape material, he further cut and reassembled everything to make READ MORE»

Artist Max Lamb stuns us again with his creation of the dining table carved out of a block of expanded polystyrene using a hot-wire cutter. Then with the scrape material, he further cut and reassembled everything to make READ

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He's here to kick ass and sell ice cream sandwiches. And he's all out of ice cream sandwiches. View "IRL Sweet Tooth" and more funny posts on Dorkly

Haniwa “Dancing Man” ceramic, 7th century AD, Japan. The Haniwa  are terracotta clay figures which were made for ritual use and buried with the dead as funerary objects during the Kofun period (3rd to 6th century AD) of the history of Japan. During the Kofun period, a highly aristocratic society with militaristic rulers developed. The cavalry wore iron armor, carried swords and other weapons, and used advanced military methods like those of Northeast Asia.

"Haniwa" or 'Dancing man', japan, It is a clay statue made in Japan Kofun Period about for protecting you from bad things like a curse

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