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Missed Connections Artwork by Sophie Blackall

Artwork, featured

Are you the type of person who scours the “Missed Connections” section of your local paper or craigslist, hoping to see yourself referenced?  Or are you more the type of person who reads “missed connections” because you enjoy that peep into the corners of otherwise secret lives?  Sophie Blackall is one of the latter, and […]

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Debut Album Covers

Music

Album covers from the debut albums of some of the most well-known acts in the music industry.  You might know some of them, but some certainly came as a surprise to me. Michael Jackson – Got to Be There Not as well known as his album Up Against the Wall years later after leaving the […]

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The Biggest Start-up Killing Business Mistakes

News

Too many startup businesses don’t make it past that all-important third year. Any number of outside factors can contribute to a failing small business, but there are plenty of mistakes made by new business owners that lead to failure time and time again. When it comes time to start your business, it’s important to not […]

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Realistic Cartoon Characters

Artwork, Bizarre, Cartoons, Comics, History, Photo Manipulations, Pictures

At one point or another in our lives we’ve all appreciated cartoon characters. Whether they were in childhood shows and films or something more adult (not that kind of adult), cartoons allow us to experience stories that normal actors just can’t achieve, be it because of physical limitations or cost. But what if our favorite […]

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[Infographic] Bioprinting: How it Works and Where it’s Headed

featured, Infographics

Printing a pair of shoes, a dining table, a household ornament, or even a car may be all well and good in the world of 3D printing; but the buck doesn’t stop at material luxuries. Scientists around the world are putting 3D printing technology to incredible use; by applying research and development to the reconstruction […]

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Hello Kitty Collection

Artwork, Cats, Photo Manipulations

It’s no surprise that we here at Digital Bus Stop have a fondness for photo manipulations. We’ve done plenty of pieces revolving around just that topic, but I think it might actually be fair to say we’ve never come up with a piece quite like this. Yodaflicker’s Flickr stream is nothing short of amazing, and […]

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Literary Tattoos

Body Art, featured

Some people get tattoos of their love interest, their mom, their kids, or their pets.  Others get cool things like skulls and crossbones.  Then there are those out there who get tattoos based on movies, books, or comic books.  Below you’ll find a collection of some of the best literary tattoos on the web.  They […]

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How to Survive in Italy: A Guide to Local Etiquette

Travel

credit: boston_public_library As one of the most popular and unforgettable travel destinations in the world, Italy is an easy country for visitors to navigate. There are countless resources available for travelers, no matter where they hail from or what their budget. But adequate preparation is the key to all successful trips. So it certainly pays […]

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Quentin vs Coen

Artwork, Film

So back in April, the Bold Hype Gallery in New York hosted a show featuring more than 100 artists that had done pieces inspired by the films of Quentin Tarantino and the Coen Brothers. While that show is now come and gone, thanks to the magic of the internet, you can still see some of […]

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Worst Christmas Number One Songs

featured, Humor, Music

Artists within the music fraternity are always looking to win credits for having the number one Christmas song every year. The quest for this achievement is sometimes marked by controversy as weird and tasteless compositions end up taking the day. Novices and amateurs alike are locked in a frenzied rush to have their numbers nominated […]

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