Check out this short story named The Deep by PES. Watch how “metal objects of the past come to life in the depths of the sea“. The Deep is one among the seven Short Stories of season 1 presented by ShowTime. We loved it. Hope you also find it interesting!
Google is the world’s dominant search engine. And according to it, what you see above is the list of the most popular alphabets/letters in English. Thanks to Smallbcn for coming up with this wonderful infographic.
With an astonishing length of 26.4 miles (42.48 km), the Qingdao Haiwan Bridge in China is by far the longest bridge ever built. More than the three times the length of the previous record holder (Lake Pontchartrain Causeway in Louisiana), the Qingdao Haiwan Bridge took 4 years to be built. The $8.58 billion bridge certainly marks a new milestone in China’s economic success.
What could you possibly do if you supposedly had a large number of ties in stock you might never wear? Kate from Quilts by Kate could turn those unwanted neckties into a one-of-kind quilt! To sum up, you get your old ties bundled up in a new usable product without having to worry about discarding them. Same goes for wedding gowns. Kate upcycles them as well to turn them into amazing quilts.
This pair of shoes is truly unique. Comes from Globe, a Japanese company. These shoes provide room for you five fingers and improve blood circulation. They are also highly durable. Price for the Five Finger Shoes is 12,800 Yen (US$155) a pair.
Golden and silver apples might sound outlandish but here’s a way to bring them to your table. Neither you have to shell out a lump sum amount of money nor you need to have a strong set of teeth to chomp on them. Simply bring out the ecstatic wonder by using the Esslack food color that paints your food golden or silver.
Check out this 3 String Cigar Box Guitar made by Michael Squier. A combination of both acoustic and electric, each guitar is handmade from genuine cigar box and meant to be played. You could even listen how it sounds at squierdesign.
What PS3s and XBox 360s are today, Atari was yesterday. Well, by yesterday we actually mean in the 70s. But have you ever imagined if Atari was around now, how much would it have cost? Here’s an interesting infographic from Intac, that shows some of the most popular consumer electronics and their prices today, versus when they were invented.