Formosa Boulevard Station
This one is from Kaohsiung, Taiwan, a metro station that has been brilliantly designed with impressive colours that resembles a Technicolor. This great innovative design has made this station one among the tourist attraction.
This station from Stockholm, Sweden was built in 1975. It is one among the best organic architecture in the world. It makes anyone feel like they are entering into a large underground cave.
There is no place for superstitions in the modern world, yet there are people who seem to be much bothered about it. We know that at ancient times, almost every single man and woman believed in those things and paid much of their time and money to ensure it does not affect their lives. In this video you will see the origin and truth behind each of the 25 most common superstitions.
We’ve all seen dogs go all crazy when they see their friend come home after a long deployment, but have you seen how cats deal with the excitement of soldiers returning home?
A video which supposedly shows a drunk girl asking for help in public from random men on the street who then proceed to take advantage of her situation went viral last week, but it is now proven to be fake. Apparently the actors in the viral video were tricked and told they would be participating in a “student film,” that the producer then turned around and published as a social experiment.
Not that it wasn’t already obvious from the terrible acting by the “drunk girl” in the original video (which is now set to private), but here’s proof that the social experiment was a hoax.
During the last 35 seconds of a Rockets vs Spurs game on Dec. 9, 2004, the Rockets needed 13 points to top the Spurs, 81-80. What they were able to do within the final 35 seconds is perhaps unheard of in an NBA game. And to make even more amazing, all the points were scored by one man, Tracy McGrady!
Artist Willard Wigan born June 1957 in Birmingham specializes in nano sculpture needle eye sized art.
Wigan began creating his micro sculptures at the age of five!
He is the world’s most renowned microscopic artist, and started making houses for ants because he thought they needed somewhere to live, then he made them shoes and hats, because, why not?! He says “It was a fantasy world I escaped to where my dyslexia didn’t hold me back and my teachers couldn’t criticize me”.
via Willard Wigan
His sculptures are small enough to fit on the head of a pin. You will need a magnifying glass to check out his work in person.