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An early published notice on him, dating from 1604 and describing his lifestyle three years previously, tells how “after a fortnight’s work he will swagger about for a month or two with a sword at his side and a servant … Continue reading
1. Lilac Chaser Illusion Lilac chaser is a visual illusion, also known as the Pac-Man illusion. It consists of 12 lilac (or pink, rose or magenta), blurred discs arranged in a circle (like the numbers on a clock), around a … Continue reading
Coral Castle is a mysterious castle built by the Latvian-born eccentric Edward Leedskalnin in Miami, Florida. The castle is built from several megalithic stones such as limestone and coral, each weighing several tons. Leedskalnin spent 28 years, from 1920-1958, building … Continue reading
The Voynich manuscript is a handwritten book thought to have been written in the 15th or 16th century and comprising about 240 vellum pages, most with illustrations. The author, script, and language remain unknown: for these reasons it has been … Continue reading
Awesome Shelter “Cadillac of Homeless Shelters” This awesome tiny movable house is perhaps the smallest sleeping place on Earth. It is built by Pual Elkins of Stanwood, Washington.
Jason de Caires Taylor’s underwater sculptures create a unique, absorbing and expansive visual seascape. Highlighting natural ecological processes Taylor’s interventions explore the intricate relationships that exist between art and environment. His works become artificial reefs, attracting marine life, while offering … Continue reading