Do you spot the Pi inside the book? Yes, it’s a large Pi indeed and has been carefully made by folding pages of a discarded book. A unique piece of artwork; this could well be a nice surprise gift for someone special on Pi Day.
Here’s a Lego surprise again, for you all to enjoy [if you haven't come across it yet]. As you can see, the super famous Ellen’s Oscar selfie has a neat Lego version too, set together brick by brick to make you smile once more!
Did you ever think that zipper could be a part of a jewelry? Take a look at some of the Steampunk Zipper Jewelry we have happened to come by. You would not only be witnessing something new but even fall in love, with the fabulous craftsmanship.
The cracked eggs, the lemon, the butterfly… all look so real, right? But what if we told you that everything you see here is a part of the plate itself and is not on the plate. Based on the art of Trompe-l’œil, every image on the plate surface has been created such so as to serve as an optical illusion generating a sense of depth.
What a wonderful way to keep alive the memories of your beloved travel mate! It’s called Bicycle Taxidermy and gives your nonfunctional yet treasured bikes a chance to express your persona by regally displaying the handlebars of the same, that you had relied on, each time you went for a ride.
Candles in animal shapes aren’t new but what’s special about Kisa is that there’s a surprise concealed within it. Kisa which means kitty in Icelandic, is not only shaped like a cat but has a metallic skeleton on the inside which reveals itself when the candle melts.