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Spectacular Maze of Spitfire Plane in Britain

Posted on 02 November 2010 in: Featured Articles, Lifestyle

Farmer Tom Percy became known after making several corn field mazes in Britain. A big project he has done was marking the 70th anniversary of The Battle of Britain by making a huge maze that looks like a Spitfire fighter plane. He managed to do so by using GPS technology, and that is why he […]

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Amazing Art On Frozen Lake

Posted on 29 October 2010 in: Featured Articles, Lifestyle

We have cialis price check all heard about corn circles on several farmers’ fields but what about similar circles on pharmacy online viagra ice? Artist Jim Denevan has managed to create huge circles on the frozen lake of Baikal in Siberia. It is not the first time he has cialis 10mg not working done something […]

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USS Intrepid Made Out of Lego Bricks

Posted on 28 October 2010 in: Featured Articles, Lifestyle

Nowadays people built literally everything out of Lego, and the ideas are so many. Ed “Lego Monster” Diment has built 23 feet long USS Intrepid out of Lego bricks and it is built on a scale of 1:40. The real Intrepid was very much used and also important on a lot of battles on the […]

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You probably haven’t seen old war photographs this spectacular

Posted on 20 October 2010 in: Featured Articles, Lifestyle

Robert Capa, also known as Endre Ernõ Friedmann, was a Hungarian war photographer and journalist that managed to capture the most powerful scenes of wars in photographs. He covered five wars including the Spanish Civil War, the Second Sino-Japanese War, World War II across Europe, the 1948 Arab-Israeli War, and the First Indochina War. He […]

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Human Architecture in New York

Posted on 19 October 2010 in: Featured Articles, Lifestyle

At first glance and with no explanation these pictures look rather weird, but it is just street art. Choreographer Willi Dorner from Vienna has come up with the idea to use dancers to fill in different kind of spaces in New York City. The act is named “Bodies in Urban Spaces” and is some kind […]

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Shocking Sexism Vintage Ads

Posted on 15 October 2010 in: Featured Articles, Lifestyle

Equality between women and men has been and still is an endless discussion. Sexism has ruled from the mid-20 century, and some people will claim that it is still to be found on several places in society. Either way you will be a bit shocked when you take a look at these vintage ads with […]

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Newspaper and Book Sculptures in New York

Posted on 10 October 2010 in: Featured Articles, Lifestyle

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Carpet Made Out of Flowers in Brussels

Posted on 09 October 2010 in: Featured Articles, Lifestyle

A flower lover or not, you will surely be amazed by the gigantic Flower Carpet in Brussels. The huge and colorful piece of carpet is placed in front of the City Hall, on the main square, and the makers are hundreds of experienced and enthusiastic gardeners. It was opened public on August 13th, and was […]

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The Longest Bench in the World – A Place for Everyone to Take a Seat

Posted on 07 October 2010 in: Featured Articles, Lifestyle

We have all experienced the need of a bench after a long walk in the park, at the beach, or after some serious shopping, and it is ironic how it’s always occupied for some reason. But you definitely don’t have to worry about that in Littlehampton, West Sussex in Britain, because they have the longest […]

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Amazing Ghost-like Long Exposure Photographs

Posted on 29 September 2010 in: Featured Articles, Lifestyle

A lot of cameras have the long-exposure function that captures movement in a picture over a small period of time, and they are known as hard-to-shoot photos. But what about a three year long exposure period? A German artist and also photographer, named Michael Wesely, has found out how to make photos with that long […]

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