Everyone knows the expression “the tip of the iceberg”, meaning that a problem is often much bigger than it first seems . (compared with floating icebergs that have a significant proportion of their mass below the surface of the water)
Advertising bureau Saatchi & Saatchi Russia used this expression in their campaign for promoting the Schusev State Museum of Architecture in Moscow.
They came up with this creative print campaign called “Discover the full story”.
The campaign goal was highlighting the most famous buildings in Russia.
Here are the three featured buildings in their full glory: (more…)
Welcome to the world’s biggest indoor beach resort.
It’s called SeaGaia Ocean Dome, it’s located in Japan (duh), and it’s absolutely huge.
With 300m in length, 100m in width, it’s listed in the Guinness Book of World Records as the world’s largest indoor water park.
The temperature is 30°C, non-stop the entire year (the roof can open and close).
The resort has even added huge fake paintings of a beach with blue sky, to give people more of an illusion that they are actually on a real beach.
We have compiled some more photos for you to enjoy. (more…)
Nowadays almost everything is done by a machine.
There was a time however that this was not the case.
Let’s take a look back at 10 jobs that used to exist and have now almost all vanished and are done by a machine today.
1. Bowling alley pinsetters
Got some money saved up? Today may be your lucky day.
That’s right, Penthouse B at the Milan Condominium at 300 East 55th street is currently for sale with an asking price of a merely $6.495 million. What a deal!
Pictures from the real-estate:
The Queen Mary 2 still remains, to this day, the largest ocean liner ever built.
She used to also own the title of largest passenger ship ever, with a gross tonnage of 148,528.
In dimensions the ship is 345m(1,132 ft) long, 49m(161 ft) wide and 72m(236.2 ft) high.
Those numbers don’t really give you an accurate image of how big that actually is…
Luckily this picture does.
It’s the Queen Mary 2 and her captain standing on the bulbous bow.
Image credit: Daily Mail, James D
What a crazy image. (more…)
This website is really entertaining if you’re bored and have some time to kill.
Basically the website is a collection of e-mails that the website owner (Mike) has sent to people who posted classified ads. Mike then starts emailing them with only one goal in mind: To confuse, mess with and p*ss off the people who posted the ad.
I gotta hand it to the guy, he does an amazing job at this.
Just look at a part from his latest email:
Summary of the new pictures posted in The Pictures Board today.
“Have you found Jesus?”
As a huge James Bond fan myself, I love finding stuff like this.
Enjoy an on set gallery of Sean Connery and Ursula Andress in between scenes while filming the first James Bond film, DR. NO