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The Ninth Wave is Cai Guo-Qiang's newest installation in Shanghai. The fishing boat is carrying 99 fabricated seasick animals onboard evoking the Biblical tale of Noah’s Ark.

Motion Silhouette is a pop-up book that combines illustration with shadows manipulation to tell a beautiful story.

Swedish glass maker Kosta Boda hosted an auction based on emotions, cashless.

Dangerously seductive video by Dent de Cuir.

Blommers & Schumm depict the best of sexes in their split photo-serie between art and pornography, taken from The Future of Sex issue of Baron magazine.

Presidents with Boob Faces is Emily Deutchman's water-colour serie of US presidents with boobs on their faces… impeachment.

Lonely Sculpture by Tully Arnot resumes people’s current condition in the “social” era.

Artist and beekeeper Ren Ri in his serie Yuansu II features sculptures made by bees. Ren lets its “collaborators” building their structure around a queen bee he places in the middle of transparent plastic boxes.

Lunch with the Dead is a photo series by Carlo Gianferro documenting an unusual Moldovan ritual that gathers families to spend several hours feasting on the the tombs of their relatives.

Bored Couples by Martin Parr. See more from the series of photographs at Magnum Photos.

Death metal band is asked to play in a box until they don’t have any air left in João Onofre's installation called 'Box Sized DIE'.

Short film about an epic sneeze on a metro ride, directed and animated by David Barlow-Krelina

Grandpa's Photos

After some cleaning up at Grandpa’s house his nephews found a box of photo slides in the cupboard that proves their grandfather was a photographer and they’re trying to reconstruct his travel memories with everyone’s help.

Mel’s Mini Mini Mart is a teeny tiny store that’s “by far the most mini mini of any mini before.” The video tells the story of an unnoticed store that just sells bite-sized Oreos, basically “big Oreos that decided to shrink”.

Eliza Bennett’s using her own hand as a canvas for embroidery. By stitching the top layer of skin she represent the effects of hard work challenging the pre-conceived notion that ‘women’s work’ is light and easy.