Russian photographer Sergey Semenov shows you the NYC Central Park the way you’ve never seen it before. The amazing picture that won Semenov the best amateur award from the International Pano Awards, is stitched together from a bunch of 360-degree panoramic pictures, taken from a helicopter. The interactive version allows you to zoom in so much you can see every house around the park!
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This incredible shot of a man feeding swans and ducks was taken by a Polish photographer Marcin Ryczek in Krakow. It’s like yin and yang – the snowy side of the picture has a little bit of dark, and the dark water has white swans. Absolute perfection!
The designers at SlamDoors Ltd. managed to re-invent something as ordinary as doors, thus making them user-friendly even for the smallest family members. They’ve put three separate doors in a single door frame, going from the largest to the smallest entry. Clever and functional!
Actually, this title posted yesterday on imgur was incorrect. As some commenters pointed out, the bicycle was in fact left behind in the mid-1950s by a local resident who simply abandoned it. Interestingly, “the tree that ate a bicycle” on Washington’s Vashon Island has even inspired a Berkeley Breadthed’s 1994 book, Red Ranger Came Calling.
Do you want to look smarter in public? Put your MacBook in a BookBook Case! Imitating sturdy hardback covers, every case is hand made by craftsmen and thus entirely one-of-a-kind. The dual zippers are disguised as bookmarks, and also allow you to charge your MacBook while it’s in the BookBook case. Now that’s the way to bring vintage design and modern technology together!
A season of gift search odysseys is approaching rapidly, and we start welcoming any ideas or suggestions. Well, here’s one: a humorous OPUS Perfect Hairy Chest and Stomach Tie with a corresponding illustration, for a guy with a good sense of humor! Perfect for a casual or funny-tie Friday, a great party item and definitely something that rids the guy of the necessity to strip down in order to demonstrate what’s underneath his shirt. Just pick your recipient wisely!
Sometimes ear plugs are just not enough. If you crave for complete silence, you also need to make people stop wanting to talk to you. Luckily, a savvy Lithuanian couple Solveiga and Alfredas Kriviciai created the “Hair of the silence” earplugs. Once put in your ears, they look like a naturally-grown bush. Besides making you deaf for the moment, they also work as a repellent chasing away all the chatty people.
You’ve probably seen baristas do some crazy latte art before, but it turns out that you can get even cooler results by dropping something as random as a couple of Hula Hoops into your cup. An unidentified friend of a London-based artist Stuart Rutherford dropped a pair of these potato snacks into coffee and saw a bird of prey staring back at them.
If you’re thinking of eating it, don’t! This realistic looking pita bread is actually a pencil holder handmade of fine cotton fabric and colorful elastic webbing. Made by Mohar Design in colaboration with Baruch mogilevsky, it was inspired and named after a local pita bread of Jerusalem called Ashtanur.