Stone windows

Agate stone Windows createad by German artist Sigmar Polke (1941-2010), for the Grossmünster cathedral in Zurich, in 2006-2009.

Cheese Gone Bad

Acrylic on wall installation, by Berlin-based artist Katharina Grosse for the Chinati Foundation in Marfa (1999).

prv. post on artist @ Wall is Canvas

Mobile Suburbia / Aaron Berman

Proposal for relocatable suburban back yard service, a prosthetic adaptor kit designed by architect Aaron Berman.


A window that transforms into a balcony here!

via experiments in motion


Mobile metal frame seating furniture (indoor/ outdoor) designed by Tamás Bozsik

Folditure Leaf Chair

Indoor/ outdoor folding aluminum and steel chair designed by architect Alexander Gendell.

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Forget Your Past

Buzludha, by architect Guéorguy Stoilov, is Bulgaria’s largest ideological monument to Communism: A 70 metre tall 1970′s ‘flying saucer’ perched precariously in the snow on a ridge at 1500m. It is full of communist mosaic frescos and a central atrium complete with giant golden hammer and sickle.
It took 6000 workers 7 years to build.
Photographed by Timothy Allen.
More pictures here. Found here.

Unusual Flying Objects

The “Pulsa,” a collapsible one-man helicopter, 1952

Bell engineer Harold Graham demonstrating the “Rocket Belt” at Fort Bragg in 1961

Flying platform being tested at an Air Force base, 1956

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Based on a True Story

Policy advisory shot by Jilly Ballistic @Bryant Park, New York.
Found here.

Phoenix Fly wingsuit

Need 4 Speed team and the amazing wingsuit by Phoenix-Fly

Aerial Nudes / John Crawford

Aerial Nudes by New Zealand based photographer John Crawford

Aerial Nudes John Crawford 1

Aerial Nudes John Crawford 2

Aerial Nudes John Crawford 3

Aerial Nudes John Crawford 4

Aerial Nudes John Crawford 5

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The paintings of  Mexican artist Rodolfo Loaiza at the La Luz De Jesus gallery, until September 2, 2012.

plz check Wally Wood’s “Disneyland Memorial Orgy” here

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Anamorphic Robot painting by French street art-duo TSF Crew.

The making-of video here.

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