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I love Infographics and Fast Company has them. Charts galore constantly being added to as ┬átheir “Infographic Of The Day.” They are beautiful and often interactive. I am featuring this one with an article by Cliff Kuang since the subject is very timely. I’m don’t necessarily agree you should chuck the resume but if you are good with making visuals, you could add one of these type of charts for yourself to get yourself noticed!

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Splash Sculpture Photography

Tim Mercer, photography enthusiast, presents a beautiful collection of amazing Water Splash Sculpture photography. Be sure to check out the links at the end of the gallery that will help you learn how to photograph water splashes and more about it.

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Extreme Art Ice Sculptures

Woman’s Day magazine has convinced me that ‘Extreme Art’ needs to be a tag. This stuff is sublime.

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Soap So Yummy Looking!

Beautifully designed soaps. Almost good enough to eat! But, don’t.

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Sometimes it’s okay to play with your food.

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This counts as both a beautiful and scrumptious website. Margaret Dorfman makes these Vegetable Parchment Bowls from fresh vegetables that have been cured, pressed, dried and aged. Then she molds them into bowls which are thin and translucent without chemicals. They seem ethereal and tasty at the same time. I appreciate art that is made from found objects in nature.
You can find more about her artwork at http://www.galleryoffunctionalart.com/dorfman.shtml

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