Coming from the fertile imagination of Christian Cantrell, these humorous Lego scene can’t help but make an impression.
Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry has been by way of magic, or rather by way of great labor and talent, been recreated in this replica made entirely out of Lego pieces. Lego builder Alice Finch spent a lot of time studying details of the structure by reading the Potter books for details, the movies and even visited the movie set and castle for the purpose of having a clear view.
Just as a way to say “Happy 88th Birthday, Edward Gorey!” artist and illustrator Andrew Dobson and series creator Dan Roth made this set of illustrations that show the end of video game characters in the same form as Edward Gorey’s alphabet. The set has been named ‘The Game Over Tinies,’ and in our opinion, does excellent justice to both its inspirations. Game Over Tinies poster is available for pre-order at the price of $10. For the full set, start here.
That’s just about the right amount of weird hotness that we like while being absolutely creeped out. This is the work of Swedish makeup enthusiast Sandra Holmbom who has some pretty interesting designs to show.
Going safely well beyond the real photographer Sarolta Bán, presents these surreal images that are the result of imaginative photo manipulation. I’d happily live in that camera house in these images, through not so much in the world they show.
Germany is by no means the place for a tropical paradise, but there this tropical “island” lives, surrounded by fields of snow in winter. The sandy beeches, the palm trees, and the warmth in this place that hosts canaries and flamingos totally belie the fact that this was once a giant hangar in a Russian military base in Krausnick, Germany.
Sitting quietly in the solitude afforded to it by San Juan Islands of Washington, this house does what most houses couldn’t even dream of. Shadowboxx house from architecture firm Olson Kundig can well employ its ability of transformation to very well change its look. It can morph to different shapes depending on the requirements of those residing and adjust to external changes over the course of time.
Prepare to have your mind blown. You thought chameleons were good? Well, checkout how well cephalopods like the octopus in the video can mix with their surroundings, changing not just their colors but also the texture of their skin. See that screenshot up there? There’s an Octopus in there. The video is the work of marine biologist Roger Hanlon who chased an Octopus long enough for it to resort to camouflage.