Funny photos of kids 2
Some kids are just roisterous, ad that makes them look hilarious in photos. Here's a photo gallery of children that'll cheer you up.
Kid's toys from around the world
Gabriele Galimberti spent over two years traveling around the world. During that time he visited more than fifty countries where he photographed little kids with their toys.
Euphoria at concerts in the 60s and 70s
The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Osmonds, The Bay City Rollers, Dave Clarke, David Cassidy, David Essex and David Bowie. Let's see how in the sixties and seventies people reacted to their concerts.
The world's biggest LEGO tree
The record LEGO tree was made in LEGOLAND in Japan, in the theme park in Nagoya, that's dedicated to these plastic bricks. The cherry-tree shaped construction was created on the first anniversary of the theme park and was registered in the Guinness Book of Records as the "biggest tree made of LEGO bricks".
An old warehouse sold for 1,230,000$
An altered industrial warehouse in Brisbane has recently been sold for $1.23 million. When you see the interior, you'll understand why this buikding is called "the coolest house in Brisbane".
Nautilus - Captain Nemo's car for sale
Who doesn't remember Captain Nemo? The Captain Nemo's (Naseeruddin Shah's) car called Nautilus, from Stephen Norrington's 'The league of extraordinary gentlemen' adventure movie was put up for sale. This car was a prop used in the whole movie and was widely featured in magazines and posters.
An unusual cartoon-like café in Seoul
Since the moment you enter this café, you're welcomed by comics plastered all over the interior, from walls and floors to furniture and dishes, so you can feel like you've magically found a secret entrance to some unreal world of comic books. The whole is consistent, because the cafe draws inspiration from the Korean television series "W - Two Worlds" by Lee Jong-suka and Han Hyo-joo, where the characters enter the fantasy world.
A social anti-alcohol campaign in the Soviet Union - anti-alcoholic posters
This gallery presents a comprehensive collection of never published Soviet anti-alcohol posters. The collection includes examples from the 60s to the 80s, but it also focuses on the ones that were made during the campaign of Mikhail Gorbachev, initiated in 1985. Those posters, hung in public places, aimed to sober up the citizens of the Soviet Union.
Human body under a microscope
Today we invite you to take part in some extracurricular anatomy classes in the form of macro photos presenting individual parts of a human body. Let's see how our body looks in a large zoom.
Celebrities' photos from the past
That's how Salvador Dali, Arnold Schwarzenegger or Elvis Presley and many others stars looked in their younger years.