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A design of a small studio flat

News | 19 days ago and 20 hours | Zukic

People can't believe this apartment has only 22 square meters. A Little Design, a team of designers from Taipei, Taiwan, came up with a great example of maximizing space in an apartment with an area of 22 sq m. Minimization in modern growing urbanization, just check it out.

 A design of a small studio flat

Multilevel car parking in China

News | 19 days ago and 20 hours | Zukic

An intelligent, 26-story garage with a height of almost 54 meters, housing half a thousand cars was opened in the Chinese city of Taiyuan. Machines move around the parking lot without drivers thanks to the lift system. To leave the garage, the owner only needs to scan his QR code and wait a moment.

Multilevel car parking in China

Vintage mobile advertising from France

News | 19 days ago and 20 hours | Zukic

In 1929, the director of the Tour de France race met with the marketing director of Menier, a confectionary leading the way in the country. They met to create the first mobile advertising promoting French products. Almost 10 million people saw the fleet of vehicles they had prepared at that time. Advertising caravans promoted various goods and local businesses. That's how the tradition of mobile ads in France was born.

Vintage mobile advertising from France

Unusual islands of the Wadden Sea

News | 26 days ago and 20 hours | Zukic

Just by the north-west coast of Germany, in the Wadden Sea, there are a number of ten really low placed islands called Halligen or Hallig islands. The Hallig Islands are just a few feet above sea level. Because of that, the islands sunk every winter by tidal waters of the Wadden Sea. There were a lot of Halligen Islands in the Middle Ages, but the rising sea level made several uninhabited islands in the Wadden Sea disappear under the waves forever.

Unusual islands of the Wadden Sea

Unusual elevators around the world

News | 26 days ago and 20 hours | Zukic

An elevator is a seemingly ordinary device that can be quite an attraction thanks to human creativity. Here are some such amazing elevators from around the world.

Unusual elevators around the world

Two predators fighting for food

News | 26 days ago and 20 hours | Zukic

How would you feel if you were on your way home proudly squeezing your hard-earned food, and someone would tear it from your hand and run away? Rather upset, right? Now look at this poor fox and think about its fate. A bold eagle takes away a fox's hare. It took place on San Juan Islands in Washington State.

Two predators fighting for food

A house from a barn

News | 26 days ago and 20 hours | Zukic

Rob Lond-Caulk renovated a farm building called The Old Grain Store in Norfolk, UK, and turned it into a luxury house worth over $1.3 million. Have you ever dreamed of living in a barn? No? After watching this gallery you may change your mind.

A house from a barn

Found scenes from TV series

News | 26 days ago and 20 hours | Zukic

A Finnish duo of Tiia Ohman and Satu Walden set out from Helsinki to hunt for the most famous places from the top TV series. After finding the real places, the authors of the project take the tablet and find the scene from the series on it, then pose it all on the photo. See such framed scenes and their Instagram, where they add more photos.

Found scenes from TV series

Papua New Guinea tribes believe that they're possessed by the crocodile spirit

News | 26 days ago and 20 hours | Zukic

The photos below show how members of the Kangunaman clan scarify their backs to  make them resemble reptile scales, while Huli Wigmen wear fancy headwear to signal that they're ready for battle. Kunai people - armed with spears, bows and axes - are shown with red, black and yellow paint on their faces. The Irish photographer, Trevor Cole, took great photographs during a meeting with tribes known as Sing-Sing.

Papua New Guinea tribes believe that they're possessed by the crocodile spirit

Kids and computers in 1980

News | 26 days ago and 20 hours | Zukic

A nice blast from the past combined with interesting paleo-computing technology - we present kids and computers in the 1980s.

Kids and computers in 1980

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