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Maze-like stairways and optical illusions are designed to trick the eyes of lodgers at this MC Escher-inspired guesthouse in the city of Guilin, China.

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The figures are visible under UV light; other paintings may also have hidden drawings.

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There are a lot of electronic ways that one’s identity can be stolen in 2019, but the old-fashioned “dig through the trash to find a piece of mail with personal information on it” method is still a threat, too. It’s no secret that you should destroy any documents that feature your social security number before throwing them out. But even when it comes to plain ol’ mail sans social security number, I still feel weird about cavalierly tossing it, especially when it prominently features my name, address, and/or any other personal information.
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Dutch designer Marije Vogelzang took IDS Toronto visitors on a journey narrated by a seed, through a forest of ribbons to reach hidden areas that stimulated all five senses.

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A windowless wall punctured by a roof-level void projects from this steel-clad black house near Tokyo, creating a secret “exterior living room”.

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A concrete structure that was built as a bomb-proof fuel pumping station during world war two in Dungeness, England, has been transformed into a holiday home by UK-based architecture studio Johnson Naylor.
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A stool containing secret storage and a laundry basket that rolls up are among 11 prototype products presented by young Finnish designers, for an exhibition at Helsinki design fair Habitare.

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In a move that might surprise a few people, Microsoft announced yesterday that it’s joining Open Innovation Network (OIN) – an open source patent consortium – and making its entire portfolio of patents open source. Microsoft will add nearly 60,000 patents to OIN, vastly enlarging its existing pool of 1,300 global patents.
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Secret Cinema has turned the experience of watching films into a social event, by transporting viewers into the worlds of cult-classic movies like Blade Runner and Moulin Rouge. In this exclusive interview, founder Fabien Riggall explains how he curates a unique setting for every screening.
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Camilla Greenwell for Secret Cinema It was a glorious, audacious debut. The creators of the secret worlds are currently delivering their 48th production, which opened on 8 August, styled as their first festival with a heady mix of live music, theatre scenes and of course an immersive film screening. And there is much to praise about Secret Cinema Presents William Shakespeare's Romeo + Juliet, which transports crowds of up to 5,000 per show to Verona Beach, a sprawling open-air backdrop inspired by Baz Luhrmann’s cult 1996 classic. 
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straight from the workshop of tech wizard q, james bond’s aston martin db5 from the 1964 hit film goldfinger has been reworked, but into over 1,200 LEGO pieces. the newest line from the LEGO creator expert series, which is to be released on july 18th in LEGO stores and online, has models from the taj mahal to the london bridge. this db5 model is not the first car classic or supercar to be reduced into model size, with the bugatti chiron released earlier this year. this db5 yet again combines mechanical sophistication with the relaxing yet always challenging build that LEGO presents.
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Design: Nude Brand Creation Illustrator: Alex Machin Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work Client: The Surrey Copper Distillery Location: London, UK Packaging Contents: Gin Packaging Substrate / Materials: Paper Label, glass bottle Printing Process: Flexography
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If you’re grasping for the deeper meaning of an essay or article, consider the possibility that it may not be in the words themselves, but hidden in the shape of the letters. It really could be the case, now that researchers from Columbia University have developed a method called FontCode, which plants data in text through tiny changes in how the letters are shaped.
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Benjamin Hubert’s design studio Layer has launched a new furniture collection for Moroso, which introduces a new way of bonding upholstery textiles together.

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