If Logos Were Honest

Posted on 26 June 2011 in: Featured Articles, Funny&Crazy

Does it make any sense? Finally the logos are telling the truth about their companies, brands or whatever it is. This was the idea of the genius Swedish designer Viktor Hertz. He thought: Why shouldn’t logos be honest? Maybe because then they wouldn’t sell at all? He has even fixed the layout on the logos, […]

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Real-Life Jurassic Park Experience in Cuba

Posted on 24 June 2011 in: Animal Oddity, Featured Articles

We know how dinosaurs looked like, and some of us have seen skeletons of them at museums, but how cool would it be if we could see life sized models of them? That actually exists, believe it or not. In “Valle de la Prehistoria” that is located near the city of Santiago de Cuba there […]

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Totally Weird Steampunk Monocles

Posted on 23 June 2011 in: Featured Articles, Technology

Monocles were really popular back in the 1890’s when this kind of eye wear was associated with rich upper-class men and capitalists. It was a pretty simple glass that they put in front of their eye, but now steampunk lovers have made their own interpretation of the monocle. It’s not as simple as the usual […]

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Baby Fish Living In The World’s Smallest Aquarium

Posted on 21 June 2011 in: Animal Oddity, Featured Articles

Anatoly Konenko is a Siberian craftsman that is responsible for the smallest aquarium in the world. It is so small that it’s only 30 x 24 x 14 mm and it about contains 10 ml of water. It’s obvious that normal fish can’t fit in it, so it’s made exclusively for small baby fish that […]

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Stunning 150 Years Old 3D Photos

Posted on 20 June 2011 in: Featured Articles, Lifestyle

We are all aware of the fact that there were no 3D effects 150 years ago. Well, maybe that’s just a theory, because they actually had something alike 3D that they called stereo photography. It was pretty popular during the Civil War in 1861. Here you can see a selection of Civil War photographs that […]

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Immortal Bridge In China Made From Rocks

Posted on 17 June 2011 in: Featured Articles, Places

The Yellow Mountains in China has some amazing heights. It is so high up there that you can literally see how the clouds are touching the mountain walls under you. That’s right, under you. One of the mountains Mount Tai has something that they call the Immortal Bridge. It’s basically a bridge that is made […]

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Stunishing Rocky Attractions Of Norway

Posted on 16 June 2011 in: Featured Articles, Places

Maybe you will feel funny just by looking at these pictures, especially if you’re afraid of heights. These are some really crazy heights, I don’t even understand how people dare to walk on the edges. What you see is some rock formations if Norway that are huge tourist attractions; Trolltunga, Kjeragbolten and Preikestolen. You will […]

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When Children Drawings Becomes Reality

Posted on 13 June 2011 in: Featured Articles, Funny&Crazy

Children are expressing themselves in many different ways, but one of the most popular is through drawings. And they love to give it to their parents and other people as gifts. It’s adorable, but the drawings are always the same; a round head with some sort of face, and a body made out of several […]

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The Stunning Sherlock Holmes Museum In London

Posted on 10 June 2011 in: Featured Articles, Lifestyle

When stopping with the metro at Baker Street station in London you will see the known silhouette of Sherlock Holmes with the hat and pipe. The reason for that is because Sherlock Holmes museum is located in 221b Baker Street. The non profit organization Sherlock Holmes International Society is running the museum. These photos was […]

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LEGO Brick Photo Camera

Posted on 03 June 2011 in: Featured Articles, Technology

Artist Cary Norton thought of something he thought was crazy one day; he wanted to built a camera out of Lego bricks. And guess what? He eventually built one. First he started by building a model using a Lego builder application on his PC, but he wanted the real thing, so he started building with […]

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