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Steve Butcher Tattoo

After seeing the work of New Zealand-based Steve Butcher, you'd think that he spent years at several art schools, but he started practicing at home, and the rest is history. He's based out of Matt Jordan's Ship Shape Tattoo studio, in West Auckland, and while pop culture is his main inspiration, but he also gets ideas by watching other talented tattoo artists work. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and additional information. Click here for a few bonus tattoo designs.

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Book Cover Stairs

Photo credit: Philippa Branham via Bored Panda

Pippa Branham and family moved to their first permanent home just last year, and rather than spend a fortune hiring an interior designer, she added a personalized touch. In addition to making the stairs safer for children, she opted to paint them as her favorite books, instead of just paying £200 for carpeting. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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Fish Aquarium Sink

Love fish tanks and modern bathroom decor? If so, then look no further than The Moody Sink. This aquarium sink hybrid fuses the two together into one, and features two circular holes on either side, making it easy to feed your aquatic friends. Unfortunately, this item comes with a high-price tag, at $4500 to start. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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Van Gogh Tilt Shift

Photo credit: melonshade

Vincent van Gogh was a Dutch Post-Impressionist painter whose work had a far-reaching influence on 20th-century art. In just over a decade he produced over 2100 artworks, including around 860 oil paintings. Reddit user "melonshade" turned some of these masterpieces into tilt-shift miniature worlds. To be more specific, making use of the tilt for selective focus to simulate a miniature scene. Continue reading for more pictures.

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Cassette Tape Coffee Tables

Cassette tapes are a rare sight these days, thanks to compact discs, digital audio formats, etc., but there are ways to relive their glory days, like with these geeky tables. Called the "Great Tape" collection, these furniture pieces are modeled after giant cassette tapes, and available in a various bands. They're handcrafted from MDF, and coated with the highest quality auto paints. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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Carbon Fiber Bathtub

Carbon fiber looks good on cars, gadgets, and now bathtubs, thanks to Splinter Works. Officially called the "Carbon Fiber Vessel Bathtub", this creation measures in at 2.7m, and can be mounted between two walls, giving it a hammock-like appearance. There's a hole in the bottom to ensure that the water drains properly, and is available in blue, red, bronze, pure silver, yellow, or pink colors. Continue reading for more pictures and information. Click here for a few bonus amazing home interiors that will make you look twice.

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Makeup Optical Illusion

Photo credit: Design Dain via Buzzfeed

Dain Yoon, a 22-year-old college student from South Korea, uses makeup and paint to create mind-bending optical illusions on her face. "I attended Yewon Arts secondary and Seoul Arts high school, graduating at the head of my class. These arts schools are the most prestigious ones in Korea. To express the multi-dimensioned perspectives that humans possess, I paint my ideas on my own body," Yoon told Buzzfeed. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny autocorrect texts gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a person who decided to take a bath in a 1500-gallon Coca-Cola swimming pool.

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Photo credit: Burak Dogan via Bored Panda

If Superman had custom bookshelves designed specifically for his apartment, they'd probably look something like this creation from industrial designer Burak Dogan from Turkey. In addition to Kal-El, he's also created designs for Captain America, S.H.I.E.L.D and even Wonder Woman. Some of them may not be practical, but they're definitely conversation pieces nonetheless. Continue reading for more pictures.

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16th Century Subway

Photo credit: Matt Crabtree via Bored Panda

There are enough strange people who take the subway, but rarely do normal commuters catch your eye. Photographer Matt Crabtree decided to change that by taking photos of passengers and retouching them into 16th century-stye paintings in his series called: "16th Century Tube Passengers." "All these shots are taken, retouched and sent from my phone. Capturing the most of mundane commuter moments with a quiet, classical beauty," said Matt. Continue reading for more. Click here for a few bonus images of ridiculous subway passengers.

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Tesla Supercar

It's only a matter of time before we see Tesla release another 2-door sports car / supercar / hypercar, and Khyzyl Saleem gives us a preview of what the vehicle would probably look like. Some reports say that the all-new Roadster from Tesla will debut in 2017, and called the Model R. This time, it will not use a Lotus chassis, but rather be designed in-house from the ground up. Continue reading for a picture of the un-tuned version, and more information.

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