Friday, April 20, 2012


 I don’t know why I think this is so hilarious, but I do. 

So much money!


 Ron Galella, John Lennon, Mick Jagger, and May Pang attend the AFI Salute to James Cagney at the Century Plaza Hotel, Los Angeles, CA, March 13, 1974

Sleeping in an original bed

We wouldn't mind having one of these beds as our own. In which one would you like to take a nap?

Bridge 1Bridge 2Bridge 3
A series of moats and fortresses were built over the West Brabant Water Line region of the Netherlands
 during the 17th century in order to provide protection from invasion by France and Spain. Fort de Roovere 
was surrounded with a shallow moat that was too deep to march across, and too shallow for boats. In turn 
the earthen fort had remained protected –until now.
The bridge and its components have been made from sustainable hardwood that has also been treated 
with a non-toxic coating protecting it from fungal decay and increasing its durability… Just a little wave 
and you won’t be so amazed anymore! Very nice and beautiful concept still.

i need to laugh =D


Thursday, April 19, 2012

this remind me of something...

The art of Rob Gonçalves

Surrealism is one of those art movements you don't expect at all. Just by watching at any 
picture of it would make your mind blow up; of course, the interpretations of the surrealist 
works vary depending on the person.
In my recent discoveries, I've found an artist that perhaps, not many people don't know 
about him. Let me introduce him: His name is Rob Gonçalves, born in Canada in 1959 
and creator of so many captivating, shocking and incredible scenarios.

Gonçalves now has 64 paintings and he's currently working on more. He spends an notable 
amount of time planning each piece in order to make the transitions flawless and usually 
finishes about four paintings each year.

So here you have it, a brief introduction of the painter. Now you know this, let's see some
 of his mind-blowing creations, shall we? 

Big Air

The Chalkboard Universe

Carved in Stone

Tree House in Autumn

Nocturnal Skating

Sweet City

Light Flurries

A Change of Scenery: Making Mountains

Table Top Towers

White Blanket

New Moon Eclipsed

Ladies of the Lake

On the Upswing


Castle on the Cliff

Autumn Architecture

Still Waters

Here Comes the Flood

A Change of Scenary

The rest of the pictures, you can watch them over here

Underwater Sculpture Park

Vicissitudes by Jason de Caires Taylor.
Vicissitudes by Jason de Caires Taylor.

British sculptor, Jason de Caires Taylor created the world’s first underwater sculpture park in Grenada, West Indies.  
The stunning underwater gallery, containing 65 sculptures, is designed to change with the ocean environment and
 create artificial reefs for marine life to inhabit.
Vicissitudes by Jason de Caires Taylor.
Vicissitudes by Jason de Caires Taylor.

The West Indies Sculpture Park, spread across 800m2 (8,600sq.ft) of Moliniere Bay, depicts the Grenadian people 
and their history through haunting figurines.
The Lost Correspondent by Jason de Caires Taylor.
The Lost Correspondent by Jason de Caires Taylor.

Currently, Jason de Caires Taylor is working on a 400 sculpture underwater gallery within the National Marine Park 
of Cancun in Mexico. The installations, designed to form artificial reef structures, will include over 400 figurative pieces.
La Evolución Silenciosa (The Silent Evolution) will include both contemporary and Mayan narratives and incorporate 
the use of live propagated coral within the structures.
Vicissitudes by Jason de Caires Taylor.