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best ofThe colors of fall foliage are often so vibrant that they’re the perfect palette for creating works of art. In Japan, many people are using the leaves for just this purpose. They gather the abundance of bold reds, yellows, and oranges, separate them by hue, and then arrange them into compositions that live among nature. Known as ochiba art or fallen leaf art, this trend reimagines the environment in a whimsical way. Although they’re visually delightful, the pieces’ existence is fleeting. As soon as the wind blows, an artist’s handiwork is gone with the breeze.Despite the fact its probably an ideal spot to catch ultra-rare evolved Pokemon, the Japanese government is encouraging Pokemon Go players to steer clear of the Fukushima Disaster Zone. You'd think that would be common sense, but if there's one thing Pokemon Go players have taught us, it's that there is no common sense when you're chasing Pokemon.When Apple announced the new Touch Bar on the MacBook Pro I thought the same thing everyone else did: that is way too small for p0rn. But now coder Erik Olsson has finally found a practical use for the thing: displaying Lemmings. You can get the sourcecode HERE if you're interested. I feel like this almost justifies buying a new MacBook. And by almost I mean I just bought 40 of them. *reviewing Amazon order* No, wait, it looks like I just bought a 2017 Sleepy Cats wall calendar. I'm fine with that, that's cool.
Jewellery was made with Argentium silver by Róża Turowska designer at PERKA design. PERKA design, where traditional techniques and modern materials meet to make contemporary jewellery.