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A man wearing a demonic mask stokes a bonfire during carnival celebrations in Zubieta February 1, 2011. People from the north Navarran village and neighbouring Ituren dressed up in bizarre and terrifying costumes created mayhem and maximum noise levels to … Continue reading
The Toynbee tiles are messages of mysterious origin found embedded in asphalt in about two dozen major cities in the United States and four South American capitals. Since the 1980s, several hundred tiles have been discovered. They are generally about … 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
The Philological Library is the newest component of the campus of the Free University of Berlin. It was designed by noted architect Norman Foster, Baron Foster of Thames Bank in the shape of a human brain, and opened in 2005. … Continue reading