Some of the first videos I made on youtube were of rare Cryptids. From Bigfoot, the Yeti, the Loch Ness monster to some crazy things that even I don't know what they are! Lets see how many of them we can name.
Public infrastructure is known for being utilitarian, uninspiring, and downright ugly. But not always. At first glance, this giant water storage system under Houston looks more like the pillared nave of an ancient cathedral.
The Soviet Union. The USSR. The Iron Curtain. The Eastern Bloc. Lenin. Stalin. The Communist Party. The KGB. The Cold War. And awesomely designed bus stops? Apparently and bizarrely and awesomely, that’s one of the legacies of the Soviet Union.
In every one of these side-by-sides from artist Howard Lee (and there are ten of them), one is the real object and the other is just a hyperrealistic drawing. Some of these drawings look so real that it’s hard to tell what’s art and what’s not. It’s especially great because after we get fooled, we get to see how the drawings get made.
Nikola Tesla was a Serbian American inventor, physicist and expert in the area of electro-physics. He was born in 1856 in Smiljan, Croatia. Beside his extraordinary memory, he knew 6 different languages!
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