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First There Was Banksy, Then There Was Bricksy

Bricksy Mouse Banksy

Source: Designboom

Whimsical, captivating, hilarious—these are the words that have been used to describe Bricksy, the Banksy artwork recreations made entirely out of LEGO bricks. While small plastic toys aren’t the most obvious medium for re-creating street art, photographer Jeff Friesen uses Banksy’s urban artwork to inspire a more humorous, tongue-in-cheek project.

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Doing Yoga In An X-Ray Machine: A Study Of The Human Body

This incredible video was created by Hybrid Medical Animation, a group dedicated to the accurate depiction of the human body in dynamic, 3D images. Painstakingly stitched together from a series of x-rays, this video is meant to show the stress, cooperation, and grace of the human skeleton in motion.

The Best Bass Riffs In The History Of Music

The bass is one of the most essential–if not overlooked–aspects of the modern rock song. Watch as one bassist takes us back on a nostalgia tour of the best bass lines to ever meet an amp.

And if you’re looking for the history of rock n roll on a single guitar, we’ve got you covered.

Hidden Water

Unless you’ve been cryogenically frozen for the past decade, you know that water shortages are becoming a huge problem. According to UN estimates, by 2025, 1.8 billion people will be living in countries or regions with absolute water scarcity, and two-thirds of the world’s population could be living under water stressed conditions.

To date there have been no scientific studies performed regarding the amount of water wasted this summer by people trying not to donate money to charity, but below is an image that shows the hidden water in a products you likely consume every day.

How Much Water Does It Take To Produce These Consumer Goods?

hidden water food

*there are about 3.8 litres (liters) in one gallon

We love a good beef burrito here at ATI, but a single steak takes 1,100 gallons of water to produce. In other words, if you have five of them you’ve used the same amount of water it takes to fill AN ENTIRE 15′ ROUND SWIMMING POOL. Cutting out meat consumption–even just one or two days a week–will save hundreds of thousands of gallons of water.

Source: Sustainable Lafayette

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