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Ground-Breaking Innovations Around the Universally Disliked Pothole

PSFK has tackled the never-ending issue of "the pothole" several times; here, we highlight past pothole innovations and update you on new pothole-related projects

Sunscreen Created by Surfers is War Paint Against the Sun

MANDA Sun Paste uses natural and ray-fighting ingredients long used by the indigenous cultures of Myanmar

Miyazaki Nature Park Will Mirror the Exquisiteness of His Animated Landscapes

The legendary director plans The Forest Where The Wind Returns park as a recreation area for children

See Beyoncé, Miley and More as iPad-Painted Portraits

Artist Jeremy Martin creates colorful celebrity pop art portraits directly on his tablet

Therapy App Gives Instant Support to Those in a Crisis

This social network would rather talk about your personal dilemmas than what you had for lunch

The Dreams of Young Social Entrepreneurs Power This Website

Reach for Change aims to highlight the refugee crisis and more via a unique platform that lends further insight on connected sleepers all over the world

Women-Empowering Fashion Incubator Finds Rightful Home in Kansas

Rightfully Sewn wants to help fashion designers and at-risk women find a viable path in the clothing industry

3D-Printed Guitar Lets You Customize Your Sound Mid-Concert

The modular pieces that make Strassell Guitars allow for new looks and performance enhancements without dishing out cash for a new axe

3D-Printed Jewelry Inspired by Leaves, Flowers and Jellyfish

Differential growth was behind the craft process of Floraform, unique necklaces, earrings and bracelets based on forms found in nature

Rethinking The New York Times as Abstract Art

Browse colorfully, beautifully and quite aimlessly with a dash of the Chrome extension Abstract Browsing

Three Artistic Crosswalks in London Re-Evaluate Public Space

Colourful Crossings explores what happens when artists get free reign over crosswalk spaces

What’s For Dinner? Depends, What’s Your Blood Type?

A Thai restaurant helps diners navigate their menu based on their blood type

Save Water, Shower With This Pandora Radio Station

The Water Lover's Station plays water-centric tunes that are under five minutes long

Through Dizzy Array of GIFs, Blind Artist Challenges Our Sense of Order

George Redhawk creates mesmerizing GIFs that captures how the rest of us fail to see the world

Transform a Magazine Into a Poncho

A magazine issue spotlighting objects with multiple purposes is a portmanteau itself

Brazil’s Bike Loaning Service Includes Training Wheels

With Rollaway Bicycle, kids who can't afford a bike can still learn to ride

Wine Club Sends You Glasses Instead of Bottles for a Cheaper Flight

VINEBOX delivers three glasses of the most exclusive wines in the world to your doorstep so that you don't have to buy an entire bottle

Pop-Up Restaurant With Beach Views and No Kitchen

A disused space on the IJburg island of Amsterdam turns beach-side pop-up restaurant to highlight the capacity of the sharing economy

How a Museum’s 45-Foot Virtual Waterfall Can Inspire Sustainability

New York Hall of Science exhibit encourages visitors to consider how their actions impact ecosystems worldwide

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