Kokei Mikuni – a talented artist in Japan, has gained immense local popularity for his incredible skill in balancing rocks on top of each other. Incredibly, he is able to craft structures, that almost defy...
Italian architects Carlo Ratti Associati have designed a floating gym powered by human energy. Designed to meander down the Seine River, the 20-meter-long Paris Navigating Gym is powered by Technogym‘s revolutionary ARTIS exercise machines, which power...
Find your happy place… even at work.
Artists put their blood, sweat and tears into their work. So to have internet folkies going around using priceless works of art as stage props for their social media muploads might not sit too well with the art community, but us ignoramus scoundrels think it’s hilarious. Classic bear holding a dead woman shot, just classic.
There are days when we all feel like we have the worst job in the world. But when you actually compare one to another, there’s a definite measureable difference between jobs that are considered pretty good and those that aren’t. These people have jobs that are certainly not nice, what is more, they can be called one of the worst. What do you say to such a day at work?
Watch this gallery to appreciate your own job.
Homebush Bay in Sydney is the place were many 20th century ships, which are no longer used, ended up: one of them, the SS Ayrfield, is definitely the most impressive sight for all the lush flora, growing in its rusted hull. The fully-grown mangrove trees earned this 102-year-old, 1,140-tonne ship the Floating Forest name among the locals.