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Best Of The Rest: The Week In Creativity

Invisible bike helmets, Murakami, and plenty of food art.

by TCP Staff
Nov 8 2013, 7:04pm

*We discovered burger art and fell in love. [FaithIsTorment]

*A digital MIDI guitar powered by an iPhone app was rolled out. [Coolhunting]

*A whole bunch of sparkle came to Singapore. [Dezeen]

*Artist Noel Kerns took us on an illuminated tour of deserted rest stops. [VisualNews]

*Hyperallergic wondered if a meme can be original. [Hyperallergic]

*A new book offered a rare peek into the mind of filmmaker Guillermo Del Toro. [Flavorpill]

*The "LEGO movie" unveiled its first trailer. You can watch it below. [Design Taxi]

*The internet discovered a whole treasure trove of cats photoshopped into famous paintings. [Geekosystem]

*It was announced that Frank Gehry would design Facebook's London HQ. [Inhabitat]

*AFAR listed some of their all-time "museums worth seeing." The Symphonic Sculpture by Gabriel Loire at the Hakone Open Air Museum in Japan (above) was our favorites. [AFAR]

*We maybe found our new favorite way to camp. [RockNTech]

*This Japanese robot became the unofficial champion of rock-paper-scissor. [TheGuardian]

*A dinner party was held at MoMA with dishes based on Magritte paintings. [Hyperallergic]

*The Swedes invented an invisible bike helmet. [Jalopnik]

*Murakami, a supermodel, and a fur ball hung out at an LA fast food restaurant. [NYMag]

*Artist Andreas Gysin made a 7" creating patterns and rhythms with Javascript. [CreativeApplications]

*And finally, in honor of Friday, please make the below glitch/animation/GIF your new best friend: 

[Staggering Beauty]

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