Who says Billiards can’t be artistic? If you’re investing into a game room at home, take inspiration from these hunky pieces of art. You’ll be sure to get the girl with this one Continue reading
The duo came up with German artists Zonenkinder with a Tree Project. The authors walk through the woods and paint on trees, usually already outlived her, funny faces. In order not to cause harm to plants, for an unusual art uses only natural dyes.By His project he wanted to emphasize close ties with nature. Continue reading
A compilation of incredible sandwiches, that you just wanted to eat…when you will see it They are very delicious… Continue reading
Swiss photographer William John calls himself “fotogolikom.” He says that (except for his family and friends, of course), photography and Photoshop – this is for him in this life. He loves to draw, take pictures, photos and distort reality, creating unimaginable photographic arts. Judge, his work is impressive. Have a look… Continue reading
Excuse me miss. Your tights are melting. Oh! They are designed that way?! I suppose you want to look like a hobo that peed their pants then. Hmmm. Well! Good Day! Continue reading
Unique Canadian ice hotel Hôtel de Glace in this year’s “back” after the 13th of reconstruction. Magic Castle annually constructed of hundreds of thousands of tons of snow and ice, each time in the design ice hotel play on a new topic. Last year, an amazing ice architecture was decorated with carved designs with motifs of nature, but this time the designers inspired by Verne’s “Journey to the Center of the Earth”, was chosen as the theme “Journey to the Center of Winter”, focusing on the beauty of this time of year.
Masterfully built wall transport visitors into a magical winter country full of ornate design and carefully selected interior details.Located in the suburbs of Quebec ice hotel, ironically became a “hot spot” and attracts crowds of visitors wishing to tour a fancy hotel to spend the night here, or even get married in the beautiful chapel of the ice place. Because of the growing popularity, the hotel has increased the number of rooms to 44, compared to 36 last year. In addition, the hotel is a popular ice-bar and numerous activities for the whole family. Ice Hotel will be open to the public until March 24. Continue reading
Nature and landscapes easily mimic the flags of various countries. Have a look of unique photo series…. Continue reading
Check out some love famous words said by some famous people…. Continue reading
A collection of breathtaking macro photographs by Vyacheslav Mishchenko from Berdichev, Ukraine.
It is hard to believe, that these are real pictures, they are done very qualitatively and vividly.
They are just beautiful. Continue reading
It’s billed as the toughest race in the world, and it’s not hard to see why when competitors face being burnt, scratched, bruised and even electrocuted.
But thousands of people today took to the eight-mile assault course, through water obstacles and mud, as they competed in the annual Tough Guy challenge.
Competitors are expected to haul their exhausted bodies through thick mud, under yards of barbed wire and over huge wooden barricades before hurdling walls of fire and plunging into a freezing lake. Continue reading
espite the fact that the freeze in the U.S. negatively affected the crops of citrus, not all trees were affected. A guy from California showed a lemon of his neighbors. It is as big as his head.. By the way, people suggested that it is panderosa, a hybrid of lemon and citron, but it is too big even then panderosa. Continue reading
This thrill-seeking surfer was but a speck on this enormous wall of water as he appeared to set a new world record for the biggest wave ever ridden.
Surfing legend Garrett McNamara caught the towering wave – believed to have measured around 100ft – off the coast of Nazare, in Portugal.
If the claims are verified the U.S. born athlete will have beaten his own record, which was also set at Nazare, when he successfully rode a 78ft high break at the end of 2011. Continue reading
Stare closely at the pictures on this page. What do you think it took to create these beautiful images of Amy Winehouse, Mother Teresa, Princess Diana and Rihanna? An expensive camera, a precision lens, hours of trial and error from a skilled photographer?
Well, the answer is none of the above.
All of these extraordinarily detailed pictures are pencil drawings, created purely by hand — with no digital trickery — by British artist Kelvin Okafor, whose only tools are a set of pencils, a piece of paper and the occasional stick of charcoal (though most of the pictures don’t even require that). Yet no matter how closely one looks, there’s not a pencil line in sight. Continue reading