Infographic: Workplace Customs From Around The World

Did you know that in Egypt, business meetings are never scheduled on Friday because it’s considered a day of rest?

Learn more about other business customs around the world with the following infographic by Suddath Workplace.

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Miniature Paper Skeletons Of Dinosaurs, Monsters That You Can Assemble At Home

Brooklyn-based shop Tinysaurs has created DIY paper model kits that allow you to recreate dinosaur and monster skeletons, small enough to sit in the palm of your hand.

Each kit takes roughly 20 to 30 minutes to assemble, and they stand at one to two inches tall. There are also deluxe kits available, which come with tweezers, glue and a magnifier to help you construct the models, and a hand-blown glass display dome for you to house your creation in.

Apart from dinosaurs like the Stegosaurus, Pterodactyl and T-Rex, there are also miniature kits for assembling mythical creatures like the Medusa, Minotaur, and angels, as well as human skeletons.

Check them out below, and head here to get these charming little kits.

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‘Reasons Why I Love Him’ Celebrate The Odd, Endearing Quirks Of Happy Couples

Landysh Akhmetzyanova of Lingvistov has just published a new series titled ‘21 Reasons Why I Love Him’, complementary to the ‘21 Reasons Why I Love Her’ we previously featured.

She has illustrated some of the odd, yet endearing quirks that couples may relate to, from a woman’s point of view. For example, she may love her partner because “He eats what I cook” and “He’s the best at mending things”.

Compiled into an A5 book, her hilarious illustrations will make a perfect gift for boyfriends and husbands alike this Valentine’s Day.

You can purchase the books here.

Check out some excerpts from the book below.

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Artist Creates Detailed, Playful Cat Portraits Using Different Types Of Coffee



Image via Elena Efremova

Inspired by the warm and textured tones of her daily cup of coffee, Moscow-based artist Elena Efremova makes use of the beverage to create detailed, playful portraits of cats for her creative series of paintings called Coffee Cats.

Experimenting with the flavors found in different brews, each of Efremova’s portraits reveal the distinct colors and characteristics of coffee types like americano, cappucino and macchiato that are brought to life in the form of the various personalities that the beautiful felines take on.

Check out some of her coffee-based paintings below and view more here.



Image via Elena Efremova



Image via Elena Efremova



Image via Elena Efremova



Image via Elena Efremova



Image via Elena Efremova

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