7 Things You Didn't Know Ink Could Do
Written by David Eaves   
Wednesday, 03 March 2010 19:09

We're all guilty of taking ink for granted. Yes, you can use it to leave a mark on a piece of paper, but it's capable of so much more. Below, we take a close look at seven extraordinary uses for ink. You'll be amazed by what a versatile substance it is. We explore ink that explodes, ink that glows in the dark, ink that's sticky and ink that could soon be used to save thousands of lives each year. After reading this, you'll never underestimate ink again.

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Float It And They Will Come
Written by David Eaves   
Monday, 17 August 2009 11:44

Seeing as such an enormous amount of the earth's surface is taken up by water, it makes sense to start floating things other than traditional boats on it. I came across a picture of the floating church below the other day and following my initial surprise was quickly reminded of the floating camping patch I read about a couple of weeks ago. It does seem that most things can, and will be, floated on water. And why not?

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What The Duck?
Written by David Eaves   
Thursday, 13 August 2009 07:43

Rubber ducks - in their original state at least - have been floating around bathtubs for decades, oblivious to the fact that the enormity of their fame has resulted in a number of strange variations and events being produced in their honour. From rubber duck races to enormous floating replicas, rubber ducks are truly a part of our culture. For example...

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4 Enormous, Eerie Hands
Written by David Eaves   
Wednesday, 12 August 2009 13:19

For some reason there are hundreds if not thousands of large outdoor hand sculptures around the world, the majority of which seem to be reaching towards the sky in an attempt to escape life below ground. I'm a big fan of all things creepy so thought I'd show you 4 of the best examples. Here they are.

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Classic Google Design
Written by David Eaves   
Thursday, 09 July 2009 18:10

 Just stumbled across this really old fashioned looking Google design:

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