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New Lisa Frank clothing line lets you laze around like never before

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Crop tops are undergoing a Renaissance — and who better to spearhead it than ’90s sticker icon, Lisa Frank.

In the past year, Frank has released a wide variety of swag for nostalgia-hungry millennials, including an adult Lisa Frank coloring book. Now the artist has released a brand new clothing line that includes tank tops, crop tops, sweatshirts and tees.

Because who doesn’t want a smiley furry kitten,…

This may be the world’s most beautiful bike path

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Pity the poor urban dwellers who have to cycle home on a sullen grey concrete bike path. If you lived in Auckland, New Zealand, you’d be able to take a far more scenic route.

Designed by Monk Mackenzie Architects, the Nelson St Cycleway project, dubbed the “LightPathAKL,” turned 600 metres of unused highway offramp into a bright pink streak through the city.

“The former asphalt highway was given a highly vivid and…

This may be the world’s most beautiful bike path

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Pity the poor urban dwellers who have to cycle home on a sullen grey concrete bike path. If you lived in Auckland, New Zealand, you’d be able to take a far more scenic route.

Designed by Monk Mackenzie Architects, the Nelson St Cycleway project, dubbed the “LightPathAKL,” turned 600 metres of unused highway offramp into a bright pink streak through the city.

“The former asphalt highway was given a highly vivid and…

This may be the world’s most beautiful bike path

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Pity the poor urban dwellers who have to cycle home on a sullen grey concrete bike path. If you lived in Auckland, New Zealand, you’d be able to take a far more scenic route.

Designed by Monk Mackenzie Architects, the Nelson St Cycleway project, dubbed the “LightPathAKL,” turned 600 metres of unused highway offramp into a bright pink streak through the city.

“The former asphalt highway was given a highly vivid and…


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Challenge of the day: Find the cell phone in this picture

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Another puzzle has arrived to stump the Internet and it’s a real eye-strainer.

Though this may look like a simple photograph of a table on top of a patterned carpet, it’s actually hiding an important technological treasure…a cell phone.

Your job is simple — find the cell phone amongst the visual chaos that is this patterned carpet.

Indian illustrator captures the struggles of people living with anxiety

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An Indian designer is trying to raise awareness about anxiety, through candid and humorous illustrations.

Pranita Kocharekar’s “Is That You?” series

#AskAntony trends as Australia falls into existential crisis

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It has been days since Australia voted in its federal election, but still no winner has been declared. The frustration is real, so the country is doing what it does. Namely, making funny jokes on social media.

Antony Green, ABC’s election analyst, is Australia’s version of Paul the psychic octopus.

#AskAntony trends as Australia falls into existential crisis

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It has been days since Australia voted in its federal election, but still no winner has been declared. The frustration is real, so the country is doing what it does. Namely, making funny jokes on social media.

Antony Green, ABC’s election analyst, is Australia’s version of Paul the psychic octopus.

Hey, 32GB iPhone 7, I already hate you

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The base-price iPhone 7, according to a recent report by The Wall Street Journal, will have an amount of storage that will make it usable. Not great, not amazing, not best in class, but usable. How exciting is that?

Well, it depends on your expectations.

Social media companies really want you to know that it’s ‘Brexit’ voting day

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LONDON — On the day of the historic referendum in the UK to decide whether the country should stay in the European Union or leave, major social media companies are encouraging people to get to the polls and vote.