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    How Sweet It Is

    This giant Persian carpet is actually made from two tons of refined white sugar. Montreal artist Aude Moreau used food coloring and charcoal to meticulously create the floral-edged motif, a project that took over 180 hours. The "carpet" will be on display through Feb. 24 at Smack Mellon, an art gallery in Brooklyn that had been flooded by Hurricane Sandy. While the artist was aiming to highlight the "undervalued process of production," the rug—which is vulnerable to a rogue draft or unexpected achoo—seems to also be a reminder of how fleeting and fragile life can be.
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    How Sweet It Is
    This giant Persian carpet is actually made from two tons of refined white sugar. Montreal artist...
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    Global Beauties

    Sports Illustrated's Swimsuit Edition is announcing its cover model on Monday with David Letterman, but in the meantime, the mag has revealed details about this year's extra-special issue: It took seven months to produce with photo shoots on every continent. The Travel Channel chronicled the process, which should arouse the interest of those wishing to ogle the geography of Namibia and Antarctica. The show premieres on February 17, but those who can't wait can see photos at SI's Sneak Peek Pix Pinterest page.
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    Global Beauties
    Sports Illustrated' s Swimsuit Edition is announcing its cover model on Monday with David...
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    Out of This World

    Hello Kitty got to enjoy the view from 93,625 feet above earth thanks to Lauren Rojas of Antioch, Calif., who launched the doll into the upper atmosphere using a weather-balloon-powered "rocket." What began as a science project has made the 12-year-old a geek-chic YouTube star. Check out the inspiring video (set to Fun's hit "We Are Young") of Rojas's epic space mission.
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    Out of This World
    Hello Kitty got to enjoy the view from 93,625 feet above earth thanks to Lauren Rojas of Antioch,...
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