Reconstruction - how famous buildings looked in the past
Ruins of ancient civilizations remind us of our past. Unfortunately, it's not easy to understand their complicated foundation if we don't know what they once looked like, and seeing only the present-day remnants. To change it, a group of artists tried to reconstruct some well-known historical ruins.
Miniature models by a Taiwanese artist
A Taiwanese artist Hank Cheng creates unusually realistic miniature models inspired by his own life.
The first miniature model was created by Cheng over three years ago and he presented the restaurant that he used to visit while studying in Japan. Cheng, the interior designer by profession, tries to expand his boundaries, making smaller and smaller models. He took part in many international competitions with his tiny works.
Funny animals - pictures
A modern-style old house
Here's a reconstruction of a 200-year-old cottage into a modern style one. An architect from Buchner Bründler Architekten started the transformation of a 200-year-old cottage in southern Switzerland in the Ticino canton. This seemingly ruined building is really now a modern house remade in a minimalist style. The interior space was increased thanks to deepening of the floor by 1.5 meters. The original walls remained intact.
Wild horses in Iceland
Snow and ice have always had this mystical appearance, what's probably the reason Iceland is such a captivating country. A New York photographer Drew Doggett managed to capture a fragment of this magic where he emphasized the unique connection between this country and the wild horses.
Illusion - what are the colors of these circles
It seems that there are various colors of these circles in the picture, but it's not like that. David Novick is a professor at the University of Texas in El Paso and he published the following interesting optical illusions. The picture presents circles which, at first glance, look like consisting of two or four different colors. In fact, the circles are of the same color.
Eatiing in virtual reality
"Eating in virtual reality" - for real, this restaurant in Japan combines food with newest technologies. Are you looking for a whole new experience with dinner? This new restaurant near Yoyogi Park will most likely suit you: a bit pompously described as a place that will make your life more creative, promises a meal in technology of virtual reality. Projection of the virtual world, special lighting, music and a six-day dinner set.
A Chinese skyscraper with a waterfall
A huge skyscraper with the largest artificial waterfall in the world is now standing in one city's business center. This building was built by Guizhou Ludiya Property Management Co. in China, where it makes an incredible impression on passers-by. The location of the building is not accidental, because just until recently the Chinese city of Guiyang was in one of the poorest provinces in China. Now this place is to become an important business center with soon-to-be-built headquarters of such largest companies in the world as Apple, Google, and Amazon. Along with that, Guiyang is called the "forest city" so an element that refers to nature was included there as well.
A baby with long hair
This little girl is only six months old and her hair is so incredibly long that there are already 70,000 followers on Instagram for her. See how Baby Chanco was rightfully blessed with such hair.
Every dog owner knows they can be clumsy and sometimes just silly. Here are some such funny situations caused by some dimwitted dogs.