Anything Can Turn Into Art, If You’re Creative Enough! (33 PICS)

Posted in PICTURES       17 May 2021       2621       9 GALLERY VIEW



“My town’s library is under construction, so they’re using an old grocery store as a temporary library.”

“Swing made from a carbon fiber hydrofoil that was no longer needed.”

“The security hut at the Igloo factory is an Igloo cooler.”

“My local department store colorizes its shopping baskets based on whether you need assistance or not.”

"The Visitor in downtown Vancouver, Washington"

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“This personalized truck for dogs”

“This huge basket-shaped building”

"This cool escalator tells you when it’s safe to go up!"

“This Wile E. Coyote calamity near my house”

“This bush looks like a monster!!”

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“Someone knitted a spring hat for my local postbox.”

“Pac-Man address sign”

“A whole house covered in neon yellow spray paint... for some reason”

“This coffee recycling station”

“My local chain grocery store did a tulip design for tulip season.”

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“There’s a skate park shaped like bacon and eggs an hour outside of Seattle.”

“This gate that allows horses but not vehicles”

“The exterior of the old library inside the new library”

“This plaque at the dog park commemorating a park record”

“South Korea puts traffic lights on the ground so that people who’re looking at their phones can still see the light.”
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“Handrail in Naples describes the view in Braille.”
“My shirt has a microfiber cloth sewn on the inside to clean glasses.”
“Whoever invented these locks for kid toys to stay inside the packaging is a genius and I thank you. Didn’t need scissors for zip ties or get arthritis from un-twisting the ties.”
“I got a pizza with a bread ball instead of a plastic thingy to keep my pizza from being crushed during delivery.”
“Gluing the top layer of plastic halfway to make a handle. No more bleeding nails trying to get these things off.”
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“Pump toothpaste in South Korea. One pump is the perfect amount for a toothbrush.”
"Wheelchair-friendly kitchen"
"Australian money has braille for the vision impaired."
“My hot wings box has a word search on the inside.”
“This gym motivates with every step I take.”
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“My city has been removing some street parking and making these ’Parklets.’ It’s a much better use of space.”
"Adorable curd balls to make you feel happier."
Bonus: “I made a tiny mailbox for the spider living in my attic.”

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Peregrine 12 month s ago
#28 Canadian money also has braille imprinted on it.
       
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Carthaette 12 month s ago
Peregrine,

Dutch used to as well, before Euros. Now at least you can still tell the coins apart by feel.
       
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Mariah 12 month s ago
#1 Do people still use libraries these days? I mean, with all the information available online, and especially during COVID times?
       
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Peregrine 12 month s ago
Mariah, Good question. Libraries are closed at this time where I live because of COVID-19. I used to study in libraries.
       
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Dyer 12 month s ago
# 26 Nothing new here! we had those in my country in the 1970s!
       
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Levicy 12 month s ago
#30 This is something that always confuses me: Why does the first step uses up 0.110 cal, but after that every step only uses 0.01 cal? Shouldn't it be equal, like first step -0.110, then -0.220, -0.330 etc.?
       
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Bob 12 month s ago
Curious yes, but none of these are actually art.
       
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Tine 12 month s ago
#28 Norwegian bills are sized differently to make it easy to tell them apart without looking. It also makes it impossible to make counterfeit bills (of larger denomination) on bleached/washed out paper from the lower denominated bills.
       
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Ted 12 month s ago
#29 Foodie? Nugs? Good grief.
       
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