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Best Of The Rest: Shape-Shifting Squishy Robots, The Best Ghost-Hunting Apps, And Childhood Doodles, Re-Imagined

The week in creativity will bring you to the creative afterlife and back.
July 18, 2014, 11:00pm

This week, The Creators Project put the spotlight on four artists who reject traditional picture frames, checked out the world's only museum totally dedicated to light art, and got a beautifully blurry vantage of Tokyo. For all the creativity we missed, here's the best of the rest.

This week we…

…Saw an artist recreate his childhood drawings, 20 years after he originally made them. [Bored Panda]

…Bought some giant insecticide for this buggy installation. [Beautiful Decay]

…Got a look at diseases (after they were removed from humans). [Beautiful Decay]

…Looked at 10 miles worth of ice in one freezer. [Gizmodo]

….Connected our Legos, K'Nex, Tinkertoys and more with this free, 3D-printable adapter. [3DPrint]

…Hugged this squishy, shape-shifting robot. [Mashable]

…And shook hands with this one, with human-like fingers. [Wired]

…We melted along with the premiere of Shabazz Palace's new single (accompanied by trippy visuals). [Gorilla vs. Bear]

…Realized pretty much everything could be better if Batman were in it. [Uproxx]

…Finally had a scientific method for figuring out how much underwear to pack on our vacations. [Gizmodo]

…Traveled 100,000 miles with curators on a road trip to find America's best undiscovered artists. [FastCo]

…Navigated a Berlin hotel through a music-based guidance system. [Behance]

…Tried on a pair of NASA's famous moon boots, re-designed as sweet kicks. [The Verge]

…Imagined a world where the dead 'Monty Python parrot' became a 50-foot-tall monster. [Kuriositas]

…And after testing them with every ghost-hunting app available, rediscovered NYC's most haunted places. [Daily Dot]

What else did we miss? Share with us in the comments section below!