Trains and railroad tunnels have always been popular canvases for street artists, but this work by Portugese artist Artur Bordalo is probably the first time we’ve seen street art done on the tracks themselves.

Railroad tracks serve as canvases for Bordalo’s clever street art pieces. He started drawing on railways earlier this year in various locations throughout Portugal, incorporating the tracks’ strong horizontal lines into the compositions of his works.

If you want more creative street art, be sure to check out our post about street art that interacts with nature.

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San Francisco-based copywriters Josephine Wai Lin and Dalal Khajah have set out to rewrite the rules of bachelorette party fun with a potentially game-changing new service: ManServants. With the help of fellow Bay Area talents Aran Yeo, Christina Nickas and Erin Robinson, they’ve started a new company that addresses what they believe women really want when it comes to paid-for interactions with hot men.

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Samsung Mobile launched this advert as they became the first global partner of the ASP, together they celebrate the growth of surfing worldwide and remind us that out on the waves, every day is day one.

The film launches with the 2014 US leg of the ASP World Tour, featuring pro-surfers Kelly Slater, Stephanie Gilmore, Gabriel Medina, Mitch Crews and Johanne Defay.

It doesn’t matter where you are from or how good you are. Every day is day one.

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Nike placed a vending machine on the streets of New York City this week to reward users of its Fuelband workout system. The exercise-related Nike goods in the so-called FuelBox — including t-shirts, caps and socks — are free, but only in exchange for Fuelband points. No cash or cards are accepted. In another twist, Nike is moving the machine (dubbed the Nike+ FuelBox) each day to different venues around the city — and dropping hints on Twitter as to its new location.

Nike placed a vending machine on the streets of New York City this week to reward users of its Fuelband workout system. The exercise-related Nike goods in the so-called FuelBox — including t-shirts, caps and socks — are free, but only in exchange for Fuelband points. No cash or cards are accepted. In another twist, Nike is moving the machine (dubbed the Nike+ FuelBox) each day to different venues around the city — and dropping hints on Twitter as to its new location.

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