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Superbike-inspired Nike Air Jordan IV Motorsport sneakers going back into production

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The shoes were sold to commemorate the team’s fourth anniversary.

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A Bullied Student With Vitiligo Is Celebrating Learning To Love Her Skin By Turning It Into Art

A bullied student with vitiligo is celebrating learning to love her skin by turning it into art making a world map, flowers and even a Van Gogh painting. Ashley Soto, 21, from Orlando in Florida, USA, has found turning her white patches of skin into art has empowered her and helped her to embrace her vitiligo.

She was diagnosed with the condition that affects one percent of the worlds population, at the age of 12 when a porcelain spot appeared on her neck. Within a year, it had spread to 75% of her body in spots and patches.

After being asked if she had showered in bleach the teen hid her skin beneath long jumpers and jeans to avoid further ridicule. But now, shes turning her body into art by tracing her vitiligo, making a world map and a beautiful arrangement of flowers to Vincent van Goghs The Starry Night painting.

The designs can take up to three hours to paint and outline the melanin-free areas of her body, helping her to appreciate the beauty in her vitiligo. Here are some of the art pieces Ashleys made to celebrate and embrace her vitiligo from a world map to simply tracing her vitiligo and also Van Goghs Starry Night.










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A Bullied Student With Vitiligo Is Celebrating Learning To Love Her Skin By Turning It Into Art

A bullied student with vitiligo is celebrating learning to love her skin by turning it into art making a world map, flowers and even a Van Gogh painting. Ashley Soto, 21, from Orlando in Florida, USA, has found turning her white patches of skin into art has empowered her and helped her to embrace her vitiligo.

She was diagnosed with the condition that affects one percent of the worlds population, at the age of 12 when a porcelain spot appeared on her neck. Within a year, it had spread to 75% of her body in spots and patches.

After being asked if she had showered in bleach the teen hid her skin beneath long jumpers and jeans to avoid further ridicule. But now, shes turning her body into art by tracing her vitiligo, making a world map and a beautiful arrangement of flowers to Vincent van Goghs The Starry Night painting.

The designs can take up to three hours to paint and outline the melanin-free areas of her body, helping her to appreciate the beauty in her vitiligo. Here are some of the art pieces Ashleys made to celebrate and embrace her vitiligo from a world map to simply tracing her vitiligo and also Van Goghs Starry Night.










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A Bullied Student With Vitiligo Is Celebrating Learning To Love Her Skin By Turning It Into Art

A bullied student with vitiligo is celebrating learning to love her skin by turning it into art making a world map, flowers and even a Van Gogh painting. Ashley Soto, 21, from Orlando in Florida, USA, has found turning her white patches of skin into art has empowered her and helped her to embrace her vitiligo.

She was diagnosed with the condition that affects one percent of the worlds population, at the age of 12 when a porcelain spot appeared on her neck. Within a year, it had spread to 75% of her body in spots and patches.

After being asked if she had showered in bleach the teen hid her skin beneath long jumpers and jeans to avoid further ridicule. But now, shes turning her body into art by tracing her vitiligo, making a world map and a beautiful arrangement of flowers to Vincent van Goghs The Starry Night painting.

The designs can take up to three hours to paint and outline the melanin-free areas of her body, helping her to appreciate the beauty in her vitiligo. Here are some of the art pieces Ashleys made to celebrate and embrace her vitiligo from a world map to simply tracing her vitiligo and also Van Goghs Starry Night.










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A Bullied Student With Vitiligo Is Celebrating Learning To Love Her Skin By Turning It Into Art

A bullied student with vitiligo is celebrating learning to love her skin by turning it into art making a world map, flowers and even a Van Gogh painting. Ashley Soto, 21, from Orlando in Florida, USA, has found turning her white patches of skin into art has empowered her and helped her to embrace her vitiligo.

She was diagnosed with the condition that affects one percent of the worlds population, at the age of 12 when a porcelain spot appeared on her neck. Within a year, it had spread to 75% of her body in spots and patches.

After being asked if she had showered in bleach the teen hid her skin beneath long jumpers and jeans to avoid further ridicule. But now, shes turning her body into art by tracing her vitiligo, making a world map and a beautiful arrangement of flowers to Vincent van Goghs The Starry Night painting.

The designs can take up to three hours to paint and outline the melanin-free areas of her body, helping her to appreciate the beauty in her vitiligo. Here are some of the art pieces Ashleys made to celebrate and embrace her vitiligo from a world map to simply tracing her vitiligo and also Van Goghs Starry Night.










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How to Turn Your Drill Press Into a Disc Sander, Learn the Art of Dumpster Diving, Get Paint to Dry in 10 Seconds & More

How to Make a Drill Press Disc Sander

Izzy Swan shows you how to turn your drill press into a disc sander, with a $ 20 accessory and some quick DIY:

How a Combination Lock Works

If you’ve ever wondered how a combination lock works, here Matthias Wandel demonstrates the internal mechanism—by building one out of wood:

The Art of Trash Picking

Here Matthias discussing his garbage-picking methodologies, and where the best places are to look for discarded furniture for wood harvesting:

1 Minute Hack – Dry Latex Paint In 10 Seconds

Izzy’s trick:

Dust Collection Piping and Testing

Jay Bates is ready to get back to work, but following his post-surgery recovery, his shop must produce as little dust as possible. In this video he covers the installation of the piping for his new dust collection system:

Making a Backyard Foundry

Following a tutorial by The King of Random, April Wilkerson creates a backyard foundry in order to melt some brass down to use for a casting:

Wood Finishing Made Easy

The list of finishes you can use goes on and on: Danish oil, wipe-on polyurethane, boiled linseed oil, lacquer, paste wax. Which is right for your product or project? Here Steve Ramsey covers the basics of finishing:


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How to Turn Your Drill Press Into a Disc Sander, Learn the Art of Dumpster Diving, Get Paint to Dry in 10 Seconds & More

How to Make a Drill Press Disc Sander

Izzy Swan shows you how to turn your drill press into a disc sander, with a $ 20 accessory and some quick DIY:

How a Combination Lock Works

If you’ve ever wondered how a combination lock works, here Matthias Wandel demonstrates the internal mechanism—by building one out of wood:

The Art of Trash Picking

Here Matthias discussing his garbage-picking methodologies, and where the best places are to look for discarded furniture for wood harvesting:

1 Minute Hack – Dry Latex Paint In 10 Seconds

Izzy’s trick:

Dust Collection Piping and Testing

Jay Bates is ready to get back to work, but following his post-surgery recovery, his shop must produce as little dust as possible. In this video he covers the installation of the piping for his new dust collection system:

Making a Backyard Foundry

Following a tutorial by The King of Random, April Wilkerson creates a backyard foundry in order to melt some brass down to use for a casting:

Wood Finishing Made Easy

The list of finishes you can use goes on and on: Danish oil, wipe-on polyurethane, boiled linseed oil, lacquer, paste wax. Which is right for your product or project? Here Steve Ramsey covers the basics of finishing:


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How to Turn Your Drill Press Into a Disc Sander, Learn the Art of Dumpster Diving, Get Paint to Dry in 10 Seconds & More

How to Make a Drill Press Disc Sander

Izzy Swan shows you how to turn your drill press into a disc sander, with a $ 20 accessory and some quick DIY:

How a Combination Lock Works

If you’ve ever wondered how a combination lock works, here Matthias Wandel demonstrates the internal mechanism—by building one out of wood:

The Art of Trash Picking

Here Matthias discussing his garbage-picking methodologies, and where the best places are to look for discarded furniture for wood harvesting:

1 Minute Hack – Dry Latex Paint In 10 Seconds

Izzy’s trick:

Dust Collection Piping and Testing

Jay Bates is ready to get back to work, but following his post-surgery recovery, his shop must produce as little dust as possible. In this video he covers the installation of the piping for his new dust collection system:

Making a Backyard Foundry

Following a tutorial by The King of Random, April Wilkerson creates a backyard foundry in order to melt some brass down to use for a casting:

Wood Finishing Made Easy

The list of finishes you can use goes on and on: Danish oil, wipe-on polyurethane, boiled linseed oil, lacquer, paste wax. Which is right for your product or project? Here Steve Ramsey covers the basics of finishing:


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Artist Aravis Dolmenna Turns Water Into Pieces Of Art

Aravis Dolmenna use paint and props to give ordinary things a twist. She has also developed a technique which allows to create images using drops of water. She keeps the images simple, usually with plain backgrounds and only natural light. Aravis Dolmenna also paint on hands and create fun everyday object compositions.

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Brothers Build Human Catapult Able To Launch People 40 Feet Into A Lake

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Two brothers have built a human catapult to fly into a lake. Johannes Schrieber, and his brother Daniel, from Frankfurt, Germany built the wooden contraption, which can fire people five metres into the sky and 12 metres away. The brothers raised more than £700 through crowdfunding to buy the materials, with every penny well spent as nobody has died yet!

Johannes and his brother Daniel – two brothers have built a human catapult to fly into a lake:
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The human catapult in action:
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Daniel and Johannes: making the catapult:
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Placing the catapult:
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Johannes Schrieber:
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The human catapult in action:
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Brothers Build Human Catapult Able To Launch People 40 Feet Into A Lake

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Caters News

Two brothers have built a human catapult to fly into a lake. Johannes Schrieber, and his brother Daniel, from Frankfurt, Germany built the wooden contraption, which can fire people five metres into the sky and 12 metres away. The brothers raised more than £700 through crowdfunding to buy the materials, with every penny well spent as nobody has died yet!

Johannes and his brother Daniel – two brothers have built a human catapult to fly into a lake:
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The human catapult in action:
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Daniel and Johannes: making the catapult:
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Placing the catapult:
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Johannes Schrieber:
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The human catapult in action:
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Ford is investing $200 million into a new wind tunnel complex

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The facility can handle simulated speeds of up to 200 mph and extreme temperatures.

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Ford is investing $ 200 million into a new wind tunnel complex originally appeared on Autoblog on Wed, 15 Feb 2017 00:01:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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Brothers Build Human Catapult Able To Launch People 40 Feet Into A Lake

1
Caters News

Two brothers have built a human catapult to fly into a lake. Johannes Schrieber, and his brother Daniel, from Frankfurt, Germany built the wooden contraption, which can fire people five metres into the sky and 12 metres away. The brothers raised more than £700 through crowdfunding to buy the materials, with every penny well spent as nobody has died yet!

Johannes and his brother Daniel – two brothers have built a human catapult to fly into a lake:
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The human catapult in action:
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Daniel and Johannes: making the catapult:
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Placing the catapult:
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Johannes Schrieber:
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The human catapult in action:
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Design You Trust. Design, Culture & Society.

Brothers Build Human Catapult Able To Launch People 40 Feet Into A Lake

1
Caters News

Two brothers have built a human catapult to fly into a lake. Johannes Schrieber, and his brother Daniel, from Frankfurt, Germany built the wooden contraption, which can fire people five metres into the sky and 12 metres away. The brothers raised more than £700 through crowdfunding to buy the materials, with every penny well spent as nobody has died yet!

Johannes and his brother Daniel – two brothers have built a human catapult to fly into a lake:
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Caters News

The human catapult in action:
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Caters News

Daniel and Johannes: making the catapult:
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Placing the catapult:
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Johannes Schrieber:
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The human catapult in action:
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Design You Trust. Design, Culture & Society.

Brothers Build Human Catapult Able To Launch People 40 Feet Into A Lake

1
Caters News

Two brothers have built a human catapult to fly into a lake. Johannes Schrieber, and his brother Daniel, from Frankfurt, Germany built the wooden contraption, which can fire people five metres into the sky and 12 metres away. The brothers raised more than £700 through crowdfunding to buy the materials, with every penny well spent as nobody has died yet!

Johannes and his brother Daniel – two brothers have built a human catapult to fly into a lake:
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Caters News

The human catapult in action:
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Caters News

Daniel and Johannes: making the catapult:
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Placing the catapult:
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Johannes Schrieber:
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The human catapult in action:
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Toy Design & Casting, Testing Power Carving Tools, How to Tap Threads into Wood and More

Mr. Pen Man

Something very different from Jimmy DiResta this week. Jimmy, a former toy designer, goes back to his roots:

Testing Out Arbortech’s Power Carving Tools

Izzy Swan recently purchased a set of Arbortech’s stuff, and does an experimental carving to learn how to use them:

Art Frame

Frank Howarth creates a rail-and-stile frame for the large art piece he created last week, taking care to ensure the 4-foot-wide centerpiece has room to expand and contract:

Making an Axe Handle

April Wilkerson “gets the hang” of making an axe handle after a mid-project setback:

Tapping Threads Into Wood

Marc Spagnuolo is bringing a new tool to market, a set of taps designed to be used in wood. Check out some of the applications:

Building French Doors

Pretty cool to see from start to finish: The Samurai Carpenter builds, including the framing, a large set of wood-framed glass doors from scratch and installs it all:


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Toy Design & Casting, Testing Power Carving Tools, How to Tap Threads into Wood and More

Mr. Pen Man

Something very different from Jimmy DiResta this week. Jimmy, a former toy designer, goes back to his roots:

Testing Out Arbortech’s Power Carving Tools

Izzy Swan recently purchased a set of Arbortech’s stuff, and does an experimental carving to learn how to use them:

Art Frame

Frank Howarth creates a rail-and-stile frame for the large art piece he created last week, taking care to ensure the 4-foot-wide centerpiece has room to expand and contract:

Making an Axe Handle

April Wilkerson “gets the hang” of making an axe handle after a mid-project setback:

Tapping Threads Into Wood

Marc Spagnuolo is bringing a new tool to market, a set of taps designed to be used in wood. Check out some of the applications:

Building French Doors

Pretty cool to see from start to finish: The Samurai Carpenter builds, including the framing, a large set of wood-framed glass doors from scratch and installs it all:


Core77

Toy Design & Casting, Testing Power Carving Tools, How to Tap Threads into Wood and More

Mr. Pen Man

Something very different from Jimmy DiResta this week. Jimmy, a former toy designer, goes back to his roots:

Testing Out Arbortech’s Power Carving Tools

Izzy Swan recently purchased a set of Arbortech’s stuff, and does an experimental carving to learn how to use them:

Art Frame

Frank Howarth creates a rail-and-stile frame for the large art piece he created last week, taking care to ensure the 4-foot-wide centerpiece has room to expand and contract:

Making an Axe Handle

April Wilkerson “gets the hang” of making an axe handle after a mid-project setback:

Tapping Threads Into Wood

Marc Spagnuolo is bringing a new tool to market, a set of taps designed to be used in wood. Check out some of the applications:

Building French Doors

Pretty cool to see from start to finish: The Samurai Carpenter builds, including the framing, a large set of wood-framed glass doors from scratch and installs it all:


Core77