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Best Of The Rest: A Daft Punk Documentary, Car-Juggling Robots, And Hip-Hop Remixes Of Classical Art

The week in creativity wrapped up to start your weekend.
June 27, 2014, 9:40pm

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This week, The Creators Project released a documentary on music virtuoso Owen Pallett , spoke with the curator of a Bill Murray-themed art exhibition, and shared the fifth installment of our series Make It Wearable: The Concepts where we talked to start-up iWinks about sleep hacking to induce lucid dreams. For all the creativity we missed, here's the best of the rest…

This week we…

…Remembered to double-tie our shoelaces so we wouldn't face a fate like the subjects of this photo series. [Junk Culture]

… Imagined how pandas would respond to this giant bamboo sculpture. [This Is Colossal]

…Paid a stranger $1 a minute to have him think about us for a whole minute. [Dis Mag]

… Lost a couple teeth taking a bite out of these stone sculptures of food products. [Mental Floss]

… Used these vases made of hundreds of pencils as a decoration and writing tool. [This Is Colossal]

… Imagined a future where carnivals included juggling cars. [The Verge]

… Got a 2D look at The Grand Budapest Hotel. [Paste Magazine]

… Pre-ordered the new Murakami book just so we could customize its cover. [PSFK]

… Remixed classic art with classic hip-hop lyrics. [Beautiful Decay]

… Hid from the world through reading (literally and figuratively). [Fubiz]

… Checked out the new optical illusions from Aakash Nihalani. [DesignBoom]

… Sent some calligraphy as text messages to our grandmas. [The Atlantic]

… Got an irony overload with this artist's photocopies of the Kindle version of 1984. [Betabeat]

… Read lots of new Daft Punk news, as our producer friends are getting turned into action figures and will be the subject of a documentary, produced by BBC Worldwide Prods. [Complex, Variety]

… Saw a map with the millions of sad streets in the US that don't have names. [io9]

What else did we miss? Share with us in the comments section and see you next week!