Cubeforme – Receive Creative 3D Printed Crafts Each Month!

Cubeforme – Receive Creative 3D Printed Crafts Each Month!

Behind every incredible invention is an incredible inventor. In a world of constant advancement, it’s hard to not appreciate all of the technological developments happening at both a local and global level. When my co-founder Nick and I were first exploring the idea of starting a business, we knew we wanted to build it in […]

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Photographer's portraits make snowmen look like high art

Photographer’s portraits make snowmen look like high art

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Snowmen: simple winter pastime or high art? It depends on how you look at them.

These incredibly well-shot snowman portraits, taken by photographer Konstantin Sergeyev, make us want to place more meaning on these cute, goofy creations.

10 gorgeous wallpapers you need to download right now

10 gorgeous wallpapers you need to download right now

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With all of the customisable tech available to us, there’s no excuse for having the same old wallpaper that comes with your computer.

In order to help inspire creativity in the new year, Mashable, Dell and Intel partnered with Talenthouse to source wallpaper designs from artists all over the world. And, after receiving over 2000 submissions, we’ve narrowed it down to our top ten and have made them available for readers to download for free.

1. Bengali Tiger

Bengali Tiger

Download wallpaper here.

2. Journey

Journey

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This bizarre medieval manuscript has never been deciphered

This bizarre medieval manuscript has never been deciphered

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Image: Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library/Yale University Library

Named for Polish book dealer Wilfrid Voynich, who acquired it in 1912, the Voynich manuscript is a mystery that has remained unsolved for centuries

The manuscript is a 6×9-inch codex of bound calfskin vellum, which has been carbon-dated to the early decades of the 15th century, and is believed to have come from northern Italy. It holds approximately 240 pages, some which fold out, though it is believed that some pages are missing.

The content of the manuscript is truly baffling, though. It is written in a completely unknown script, and illuminated throughout with illustrations of seemingly fantastical plants. Estimates of how many individual characters compose the script vary from 15 to 40 Read more…

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This bizarre medieval manuscript has never been deciphered