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Art Student Trolls Professor with Hidden Message in Her Drawing

Have you ever wanted to get back at a professor for assigning multiple projects all on the same day?

Mich Escultura





Deadlines are the bane of a student’s existence, especially since some professors assign projects and set deadlines all at the same time. It may be possible to start working on some of these projects earlier so you can move on to the next ones, but inspiration can be hard to come by. And if anything, deadlines also add to one’s inspiration to pass a subject and not have to repeat it in the next semester.

One design student has almost had it with her professor, and so she decided to subtly speak up against it in one of her submissions.

Lama Ali’s professor gave her three finals to finish all on the same day. Considering these are artwork submissions, it would be almost impossible to conceptualize, execute, and finalize her artwork while also getting some time off to eat and sleep.

You have to admit that this fashion drawing is beautiful, even if you aren’t able to spot the hidden message.

The only way she felt she could do this was by hiding a message in her drawing that says “You got me f*cked up” in American Sign Language.

In her artwork, you can see some hand signs in between the figures.

These hand signs are more than just pretty embellishments to her drawing.

Upon submission, the professor was delighted with her drawings, and didn’t even detect the message hidden within. The professor did wonder about the significance of the hand signs, but Lama simply waved it off and explained that she was just practicing drawing hands.

Luckily for her, none of her fellow students ratted her out, so the secret is still safe. Of course, now that her artwork has gained traction all over the internet, it’s highly probable that her professor will find out about it soon enough.

Let’s hope that Lama’s grades are already finalized once this reaches her professor!


Jaipur’s Submerged Jal Mahal: A Curiously Amazing Water Palace

There is nothing like this palace!




Lying submerged in the middle of an artificial lake in the City of Jaipur, in Rajasthan, India, is an uncanny palace called Jal Mahal, or Water Palace. It is a five-floor building, yet only the uppermost floor is visible as the four floors remain underwater when the lake reaches its maximum level.

Weirdly enough, the palace has no livable rooms, as it is primarily composed of corridors and gardens where the then ruler of Jaipur enjoyed strolls. Its architectural design adds to the uniqueness of the palace, being influenced by both Hindu and Persian architecture.

Jal Mahal stands in the middle of the man-made lake, flaunting its sand-colored glory.

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The 17 Winners of the Best New Building Awards

According to the annual A+ Awards by Architizer, these are the world’s best new buildings.

Mich Escultura



It's always an architect's challenge to design buildings that are functional and beautiful at the same time. And to honor creations that have fulfilled these two requirements, design website Architizer created the annual A+ Awards.

The winners for each of the 113 categories were selected both through voting and by a jury. Here are the jury's winners.

1. Best Small Private Home

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20 Artistic Solutions To Help You Fix Broken Stuff

My favorites would have to be #1 and #8!

Mark Andrew



While there is always the temptation for most of us to throw broken stuff away or to immediately call the experts and pay for repairs, those shouldn’t always be the case. In some instances, a little creativity will be all you need to give broken objects a new life.

To give you an idea, we are featuring 20 brilliant solutions that will truly impress you much. Personally, I’m mesmerized by #1 and I’m blown away by #8!

Go scroll down below and see for yourself:

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