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A woman has been creating a series of amazing body art designs to beat the boredom - including a tribute to Sir David Attenborough

***EXCLUSIVE*** Devvon Wilsher-Day, 23, only discovered she had the talent during the coronavirus pandemic - previously thinking makeup was limited to eyeliner and foundation. She now regularly spends up to seven hours a day creating the incredible paintings - and has been bombarded with requests from new fans. Devvon, from Weston-super-Mare, Somerset, posts all of her finished pieces on.

Man was left stunned after discovering a 670-year-old coin which was made shortly after the Black Death in a farmer's muddy field

***EXCLUSIVE*** Amateur metal detectorist David Lowe, 55, stumbled across the "weirdly relevant" find among a pile of rubbish while searching land near Rothbury, Northumberland.  The dad-of-five spent five-and-half hours in the wind and rain before making the amazing discovery during the latest pandemic on his birthday last Saturday (23/5). The NHS nurse said experts have estimated the half groat was minted in London between 1351 and 1361, during the era of Edward III. The Bubonic Plague, which ended in Europe around 1351, killed as many as 200 million people.  It remains the deadliest pandemic in human history, with David believing it is fitting he found it again in the midst of the COVID-19 lockdown.

Life after lockdown: road crossing button activated by foot not hands

Australia: With a new attitude to surface hygiene - a design partnership has developed a pedestrian button that you kick instead of activating with your hand. According to Foreward, an Australian design thinktank by Greenpoint Media and ODO, the Dropkick button can be retrofitted with current traffic light poles to keep any upgrades minimally invasive and cost efficient. The project team believe the concept would help prevent infection in future pandemics. They explain: „There was a general consensus that these buttons were not hygenic. The negative connotation is further amplified with the rampant rise of COVID-19 and the growing obsession with public hygiene. As reported in the Journal, studies show that the surfaces of these buttons have been breeding grounds for bacteria with swabs showing significant colonies of bacteria dwelling on them. Even active wiping down of these buttons may prove to be futile with the bacteria becoming more dominant if they survive. Reappropriating this to the context of COVID-19, traces of COVID virus were found on stainless steel surfaces even after 72 hours after contact.” The team also reference that some crossing buttons do not influence the flow of traffic but are merely a placebo for those waiting to cross.

Wearable hand sanitiser keeps hands hygienic on the go

Sunnyvale, California, United States: Maintaining good personal hygiene is always important to reduce the risk of catching infectious diseases, but in the midst of a global pandemic it is now vital. Carrying a bottle of hand sanitiser has quickly become essential in the wake of COVID-19, but it's hardly convenient. Washing your hands may be pretty easy when at home, but as lockdowns around the world ease and people venture out more, keeping hands clean becomes much more difficult. A company based in based in Sunnyvale, California has created a wearable hand sanitiser dispenser that ensures clean hands are conveniently always within reach. Developed by Wellness Innovation Labs, the Go.C dispenser clips onto a belt, pocket or bag using the built-in fastening system. The device dispenses the optimal amount of liquid hand sanitiser right into the palm of your hand at the push of a button - no mess, no fuss and, most importantly, no risk of contamination. Its ergonomic design makes the Go.C easy to use at all times of the day. It's also made from recycled and recyclable plastic that's resistant to alcohol without painting, meaning it's much better for the environment than using disposable bottles of hand sanitiser. Additionally, the device's button and tube are made from hypoallergenic silicone, and two colour options are on offer to ensure it'll match your style.

A caring eight-year-old has honoured the nation’s NHS heroes – with her own rainbow sunglasses

***EXCLUSIVE*** London schoolgirl Loa was inspired by the rainbow motifs displayed in millions of homes up and down the country when designing the shades. The frames have two clouds, which you can look through, with a rainbow connecting them together. Her design was picked as the winner out of hundreds of entries for Cubitts’ Founders Choice Frame Design Award.

Amazing wave generator ready for commercial production

Yeppoon, Queensland, Australia: Artist's impression of the Surf Lake in a resort. This amazing artificial surf generator can create five separate waves at the same time. Engenuity Solutions, the engineering firm behind the major surf park development, announced this month.

Kylie Minogue launches rosé

***EXCLUSIVE*** Pop princess Kylie Minogue is the latest celebrity to launch a southern French rosé, which will make its UK debut tomorrow to coincide with her 52nd birthday. Kylie Minogue’s new southern French rosé goes on sale in the UK tomorro. Made from a blend of 80% Carignan and 20% Cabernet Sauvignon from the southern French coast, the salmon pink Vin de France rosé was kept on its lees for three months in stainless steel for added complexity.

Mercedes 300 SL for $1,35 million dollars

***EXCLUSIVE*** A mint condition and impeccably restored 1956 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Gullwing in „Graphite Gray” has been listed on the auction site Bring A Trailer. The 300SL got a complete overhaul inside and out. The three-liter inline-six engine was rebuilt, sending its factory-rated output of 215 HP to the rear wheels through a four-speed manual transmission. The price is currently at 1 millione 350 000 Dollars.

Andy Warhol puzzle three-pack

***EXCLUSIVE*** Pop Art lovers now have three new reasons to stay at home with the release of the Andy Warhol puzzle three-pack. Featuring works Marilyn, Campbell's Soup Can, and Banana, the colorful puzzles arrive in playful sizes and are made from 75 &x2013; 100 pieces. Doubling as art for your home, each puzzle can be framed as one or as three separate works of art for your walls. Available at UNCRATE, Priced at 25 Dollars.