For fans of the hit animated sitcom, LEGO has finally unveiled the official “Simpsons” LEGO brick set. Created in partnership with Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products, the set will allow fans to build and recreate their very own version of The Simpsons house. The set will only go on sale on 1st February 2014. The toy company will also be releasing a set of Simpsons minifigs in May. The set will be priced at US$200, while the minifigs will go at $4 each. The set will feature the entire Simpson’s house, and minifigs of the show’s main characters, namely Homer, Bart, Marge, Maggie, Lisa and Ned Flanders.
Photographer Thomas Zakowski observed last year during his visit in Michigan how winter can be tough. Capturing with his Canon EOS 40D these images taken after a storm, he reveals completely frozen places. Images that could easily be mistaken for a scene from a disaster movie.
Today we want to show you amazing example of hyper realistic painting. Featured below pictures aren’t photographs but paintings. Their author is Italian artist Luigi Benedicenti. Born in 1948 and at the moment Luigi lives and works in beautiful Italian city Turin. On his painting you will see cakes, fruits, ice cream. And you will feel hungry for sure! Because these pictures look so realistic!
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The Canadian Tire brand, specializing in car batteries, wanted to show how their products can withstand the cold. The result is this stunning collaboration with Iceculture, offering a Driveable Truck made of Ice.
American James Balog offers us absolutely beautiful photographs taken in Greenland showing the Birthday Canyon.
Birthday Canyon, carved by meltwater, is 150 feet deep. This photo was taken in 2008. Along the edge of the canyon, lines along the wall show the stratigraphic layers of ice and snow laid down over the years.
Focus on the new installation and intervention Spy street artist in Madrid with more than 150 fake surveillance cameras on the facade of this house in Spain. The Spanish artist is known for his ownership of urban elements to communicate its message.
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30-meters high, this water tower built between 1938 and 1941 and located in the Belgian village of Steenokkerzeel was re-designed a few years ago by Bham Design Studio for a client who had bought the place abandoned before. An incredible new life, offering an unique house design neat and successful.