King of the vultures by Bence Máté
Now I just need to decide which door to do this to…. o_0
Whichever door that leads to a room that is bigger on the inside than the outside.
My children will have this.
brb buying blue paint
Paper sculptures by Anna-Wili Highfield.
Biotech worker and tinkerer Billy Robb has made recycling very visible. “In Kansas here we’re like a decade or two behind in recycling [incentives],” he writes, so he’s taken matters into his own hands. Robb took what I can only call a buttload of aluminum cans, cut them into sheets, made his own die, smashed them into corrugated tile shapes, and used it to roof a chicken coop!
You are not alone stephaniericci!
Photographer Lori Nix
I was having a hard time trying to decide which image to post. All of the images in her series The City are quite amazing. At first I was intrigued as to where she stumbled upon these places, however, after reading through her website I’ve found that they are dioramas that she had constructed and photographed.
A building and trees are reflected in the glass wall as a white tiger walks in his enclosure at the Moscow Zoo (via Pictures of the day: 19 November 2010 - Telegraph)
A pelican is pictured in St James’s Park, central London.
ADRIAN DENNIS | AFP/ Getty Images (via Day in Pictures - Sacramento Bee)