Huge Rabbit sculpture by Gelitin collective, near Artesina, in the Italian Alps - you can see it in Google maps...
Rabbit sculpture, Gelitin collective. Near Artesina, in the Italian Alps. Wool knitted, stuffed with 1000m3 of straw.
In the Garden
One of the most intriguing rock formations recently discovered by Google Earth spotters is the strange rock formation in the prairies of central Canada that looks like the face of an Indian. The rock formation is in Alberta, Canada about 300km southeast of Calgary, near the border with Saskatchewan. The rock formation's "face" measures about 255m across and it's about 225m long. You can check it out in Google Maps or just enter 50° 0'38.20"N
Rabbit by Gelitin via designyoutrust: A 55 meter knitted rabbit in residence in the Alps near Genoa, Italy, since 2005 and intended to
Soho - Hong Kong This is the quater called "SoHo" in Hong Kong. It is ethnical very inhomogeneous, so you can find a creolic kitchen near to an italian shoe designer in a mainly tai owned street, and that's the reason why this place is so interesting. In this picture you can see the small shops all around, the food is always fresh and delicious.
The midnight sun - near by Harstad, Norway. (there you can see the midnight sun 24/7, for about 2 months in the summer.)
You can see it at The Gypsy Wagon in Dallas!
Sculpture éléphant - can you see the detergent bottle?
Let’s face it, paper maps aren’t as interesting now that we’re spoiled with the online maps on Google, Yahoo and Bing. But Maps is a new book written and illustrated by Aleksandra Mizielinska and Daniel Mizielinksi you’ve gotta see. This quirky edition of maps (from every region on earth) details the history and culture of […]
It can be hard to see past what you see in the mirror! You are your own worst enemy!
Digital Instant Camera by Poloroid, now you can print from an SD Card! I see a birthday present in my near future.
Gymnastics can be excruciating but it makes you see the potential in yourself
Youtube maps out videos trending across the country. You can filter the results by the gender and age of viewers, as well as by choosing to see videos trending by the number of shares verses the number of views.
By Gaylord Ho. Such beautiful lines. You don't see evidence of The Golden Triangle as often in sculpture.
i only really like the canopy here--but i like the idea of this being retractable, probably on tracks mounted to the beams above. i can see that making it easy to bunch it up in winter near the house and have some sort of cover, too--to make it so you don't have to take it down in winter, and still keep it nice longer than simply having it exposed year round.
When Mt. Pinatubo in the Philippines erupted on June 17th, 1991, it spewed forth huge amounts of pyroclastic flow, which you see this truck