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From the The Doggy Treadmill to the Canine Twitterer 8 Coolest Gadgets for Pet Lovers.
From Petra in Jordan to the Tombs of Ancient Lycia in Turkey. Take a look at these Incredible Places Carved From Rock
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From the Giant Octopus to the Killer Whale 11 realistic 3D cake sculptures.
From the floor literally tiled with thousands of copper pennies to the first dance floor that captures the energy of dancing. Take a look at these coolest flooring design ever
Have you ever seen a rabbit made from a tree? Or wandered through a gigantic maze created from hedges?. These are examples of topiary gardens. Take a look at these amazing Topiary Gardens
From the Remote-Controlled Candle to the Candle That Smells Like Strippers. 15 Creative Candle Designs
A Southamerican artist -only 17 years old – is behing these impressive drawings. It is not easy for you to distinguish which is on paper and which is in real life. They are coming out the paper
Tim Noble and Sue Webster have projected light against the carefully constructed 3D rubbish heaps transforming them into something entirely different.
Many of their most notable pieces are made from piles of rubbish, with light projected against them to create a shadow image entirely different to that seen when looking directly at the deliberately disguised pile.
A tunnel of lights in Japan that opened this week shows waves of colors made up from more than 7 million LED lights, drawing international attention and hordes of tourists. Continue reading