Archive for September, 2011

2 Ships

30/09/2011

Little Marlin

29/09/2011

Little-marlin

Urban Reuse Goes Underground: Subterranean Community Park

29/09/2011

[ By Delana in Abandoned Places & Architecture & Design & Urbanism. ]

With the recent expansion of the High Line Park and the growing popularity of urban reuse projects, city dwellers have come to appreciate the potential in unused spaces. One of New York City’s barren, overlooked empty areas has languished beneath the surface of the Lower East Side for about sixty years – but now a visionary group of NYC entrepreneurs wants to turn it into an underground park. (more…)

Awesome Tree

28/09/2011

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Funny Photo Fun

28/09/2011

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Nontraditional Wedding Cakes For The Creative Couple

28/09/2011

[ By Marc in Gadgets & Geek Art & Various Uncategorized. ]

Wedding cakes are the ultimate showpiece for any skilled baker. No matter how amazing one’s cakes are when making the typical elegant creation that most brides and grooms want, the real test is how one handles a more creative request. (more…)

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Proposed Facebook Buttons

27/09/2011

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Radical Rings: 31 One-of-a-Kind Ring Designs & Ideas

27/09/2011

[ By Steph in Architecture & Design & Gadgets & Geek Art. ]

High-tech, brilliant and just plain bizarre, these 31 rings aren’t exactly your standard precious gemstone set in a valuable metal band. Sterilized human teeth, living plants, replicas of food and creepily realistic representations of body parts challenge notions of beauty in jewelry while tiny projectors, pillows, books and programmed end dates provide unusual functions. (more…)

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THIS IS LIOON

26/09/2011

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Anti-Zombie Fortress: Japan’s Abandoned Shime Winding Tower

26/09/2011

[ By Steve in Abandoned Places & Architecture & Design & History & Factoids. ]


When the Zombie Apocalypse finally arrives, the winding tower at Japan’s abandoned Shime coal mine is where you want to be. This stark, partially moss-covered concrete colossus has been abandoned for nearly a half century yet its moldering remains serve as a reminder of a harsh industrial past when coal fueled mighty engines of destruction. (more…)

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