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This looks like an interesting way to travel. The Shweeb is a self-enclosed, pedal-powered personal pod already in use at an amusement park in New Zealand. A team of designers see the Schweeb not only as a vehicle of amusement, but as an environmentally-friendly replacement for personal motor vehicles in traffic congested cities.
The Schweeb uses a…
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Now if these pictures don't inspire you to redesign your own workspace I have nothing left to say to you. Leave this site at once! (Kidding.) Viv is an artist who lives in Sydney, Australia who owns the Etsy store and…
Ok, so it's not an invention that can cure cancer but where the heck were these when I was a kid? Zubbles are soap bubbles with magically vanishing color that promises to not leave any stains. Tim Kehoe, a toy inventor, spent 10+ years trying to figure out how to make these. On one of his attempts he even blew up the kitchen and permanently colored his dog! On another,…
Juan Francisco Casas' Bic pen drawings are definitely better than the doodles I used to make in high school. Recreating sexy photos with the blue pens that we all use in our daily lives, the Spanish-born artist creates large scale murals that measure up to 10ft high. Casas can use up four 14p ballpoints on one picture, and his award winning pieces fetch over $6000.…
Added by alice on July 21, 2009 at 10:00am — No Comments
Is this really the newest trend? In Brooklyn NY, a few real estate developers decided to re-purpose relatively new dumpsters and turn them into swimming pools. By adding in some kiddy pool toys, stringing up some lights and blasting music from an ipod connected boombox, they created an experience for swimming pool deprived New Yorkers.…
I don't know where this couple got their hands on the shrink-o-rama machine, but their wedding photos sure came out pretty sweet. It almost looks like Tinkerbell is getting married in a fun-filled fairytale. What a creative and funny way to record their special day, surely one that they will never forget.…
Added by Eugene on July 20, 2009 at 9:00pm — No Comments
After the birth of one cute little panda bear last month, Thailand's national symbol - the elephant, wasn't getting much love. Determined to steal some attention back, keepers at the Ayutthaya-Elephant Kraal decided to take drastic action, painting five of their neglected giants in watercolor paint, then parading them before schoolchildren.
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How better to celebrate the 40th anniversary of space exploration to the moon than with LEGO bricks and a little bit of imagination? The first three photos in this set are inspired by real-life images taken on the moon on that historic trip. Here's to three brave astronauts, their tireless crew, and a seemingly impossible accomplishment.…
Added by alice on July 20, 2009 at 1:00pm — No Comments
I've always felt that the most creative street art isn't the kind that's randomly spray painted on some freeway wall, but rather, it's the kind that stops you in your tracks and gives you an experience. In this set, I've put together 20 examples of street art that you can tell was thoughtfully placed in a certain environment - a side of a large building, on a colored…Continue
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Elegantly twisting, Dutch architect Ben van Berkel of UNStudio recently unveiled plans for a 60-story building with two towers in Hangzhou, China. Named Raffles City, the 300 square meter design will feature retail spaces, offices, housing, and hotel facilities.
Built to be environmentally friendly, the project incorporates natural ventilation principles,…
In honor of Michael Jordan’s induction to Hall of Frame this September, Gatorade payed tribute to the basketball legend with a mosaic street art piece made out of 19,000+ Gatorade bottles, including the new Gatorade Limited Edition Jordan Series. Longtime Jordan teammate Scottie Pippen helped create the mosaic which was constructed on a basketball court on Chicago's…
Antique Chinese Bedroom from: Yunxing furniture .com
Antique German Shop from:… Continue
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