An awful tragedy in Croatia
There was an awful tragedy on a road in Croatia. This cannot even be described, this must be seen.
Warning! These pictures are not for sensitive individuals!
Coming back from a party - imagination and reality
Tuning's new trend?
We don't know if this is a new way of tuning or just the way to emphasise how much you love your car or even if this is the russian fondness for matryoshkas but it looks awesome and original.
Chandaliers made of beer bottles
A real man doesn't need a chandalier, he's enough with a bulb hanging from his ceiling. But if it has to be a decoration in his apartment, then it will have to look like that:
The additional advantage of such a chandalier is that you don't have to care of it. In each man's flat a new material for several of chandaliers is supplied every week.
Airigami - sculptures made of balloons
Airigami is art which combines linking, winding and twisting of oblong ballons in order to create various sculptures. The master of this is Larry Moss, and here we present you some of his works:
Take a look at an old Pontiac's interior
The owner of this antique Pontiac decided to replace some of the elements with plexiglas. The peculiar car, with all the visible interior now, were formed as a result of this. The vehicle will be soon put up for auction with the half million dollar starting price.
Leen Sadder, a student, 'invented' an offbeat toothbrush. It is Miswak that is mainly made from a twig of the Salvadora persica tree and it has been used for cleaning teeth in muslim countries for a long time.The end of this stick is dipped in hot water and thanks to that it splits so that it can be used to brush teeth. Its fibers are softer than a normal toothbrush. Some of recently produced toothpastes contain an extract of this plant.
How to lose the trail
If you feel that someone follows you, and you are near a beach, thanks to that flip-flops you can fool your pursuer. And kids can use it just for fun.
Smiling dog muzzles
For most of the time dogs show their happiness through tail wagging but when they are really exhilarated, their expressions turns into that:
The most of people give their destroyed in accidents cars for junk yard. But there are the ones who can change them into masterpieces. German artist Dirk Skreber, who had his own exhibition in New York art gallery, can be the example of the one who does stuff like that: