Extremely Tough Spider Webs

Posted on 27 October 2010 in: Featured Articles, WTF

One of human’s biggest fears is definitely spiders, even if a lot of them are small and harmless. Well, that is not the case with the Darwin’s Bark Spider and the web it’s making. It is considered the largest in the world and the most resistant spider web. The funny thing is that the Bark […]

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Cartoon Characters Showing Their Anatomy

Posted on 22 October 2010 in: Featured Articles, WTF

On a previous article the art work of Hyungkoo Lee was represented, where he made skeleton sculptures of famous cartoon characters. A similar viagrageneric-edtop.com thing has been done by the American artist Jason Freeny. He chose to 3D sculptures as well as posters that show the inside skeleton of famous cartoon legends like Nemo, Super […]

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Nailympics – An Unusual Manicure

Posted on 18 October 2010 in: Featured Articles, WTF

It is a well-known thing that long and fixed nails are both attractive and feminine, but the nails they are making at the Nailympics are a bit, well, overstated. The Olympic games of nails was first held in USA about ten years ago when some nail brands decided to make a non-profit competition for fun. […]

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Fossils of “Extinct” Technology

Posted on 08 October 2010 in: Featured Articles, WTF

Everybody is used to see old dinosaur bones like fossils, but have you ever seen a joystick in that form? Christopher Locke wanted to show how today’s technology has improved so that “old” technology like cassettes, Nintendo and floppy disks are almost extinct. Today you can hardly find a computer that supports floppy disks, and […]

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Feel Like a Termite in the “Termite Pavilion”

Posted on 06 October 2010 in: Featured Articles, WTF

This beautifully created piece of art is the “Termite Pavilion”, located in London. It is the first scan of termite mounds, only that this one is in a much bigger size, so people can go inside and take a look. It is inspired by a mound found in Namibia on a festival that honors all […]

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X-ray Flowers Creates Beautiful Artistic Photos

Posted on 25 September 2010 in: Featured Articles, WTF

X-ray wakes up mixed feelings; some are positive and curious, while others are negative. In this case they are very positive, because this time x-ray is taken to a whole new level. Artist Hugh Tervey uses it to capture some amazingly beautiful photos of flowers. He uses the x-ray technique to make seriously detailed pictures […]

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You Would Probably Not Like To Run Into This Forest Head

Posted on 16 September 2010 in: Featured Articles, WTF

At first glance these pictures can look scary showing a huge wooden head in the middle of a forest. Don’t worry, it’s just art. The so-called “Forest Head”, also known as Silvas Capitalis is to be found in Kielder Forest near the Scottish border. The head is made by an American art group named SIMPARCH, […]

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Vintage Internet Ads

Posted on 14 September 2010 in: Featured Articles, WTF

Recent years everybody is crazy about vintage and retro stuff. Everything from clothing and shoes to furniture and accessories. It has gone so far that they are now producing vintage internet ads in a 1960’s style, and it is about all the trendy sites on the web, like for example Skype, Facebook and Twitter. The […]

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Paris Beaches On The Streets

Posted on 06 September 2010 in: Featured Articles, WTF

One of Paris’s several tourist attraction is this artificial beach called “Paris Beach”. The special thing about this beach is that it is built in a section of the pedestrian bank by the river Seine in the middle of Paris. It’s has become a huge success; more and more visitors are coming each year, and […]

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Shangai Represented Like a Detailed Scale Model

Posted on 24 August 2010 in: Featured Articles, WTF

Probably the world’s largest scale model of a city is this one of Shangai, and is to be found in the Shangai Urban Planning Museum on the third floor. Shangai is China’s most populated city, and one of the country’s most important cities, also known as the “Pars of the East”. It serves as cultural, […]

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