10 Most Stylish Drain Stoppers Everyone gets amazed after reading the heading as how can one drains in style? But you will also believe this after watching these auspicious drain stoppers. No one ever dreamed that these stoppers can be as such beautiful and stylish. So lets take a brief tour and forget youself in the colorful world of these stoppers. 1) Polar Bear Drain Stopper-
The Problem With Social Networks "Social Networks" like Facebook are booming -- especially Facebook. There's only one problem with them: to communicate there, members pretty much have to write. How can that be a problem? After all, all of us learned to write in school, right? Well, no! Sad Baby Monsters: Cthulhu and the Rancor Just Need a Hug A few weeks ago, we posted a set of redesigns by students at the Savannah College of Art and Design inspired by Marvel’s American Panther, including one by SCAD’s own Jackie Lewis. I had the chance to meet Jackie this past weekend at Fluke 2011 in Athens, GA, and it turns out that turning the Red Skull into an icon of American patriotism isn’t the only incredible transformation she’s pulled off — she’s also done a set of Sad Baby Monsters that show a softer side of horrors, from mythological beasts like the Hydra and the Chimera, all the way down to pop culture icons like Cthulhu and The Rancor from Star Wars! It’s not exactly clear what made these monsters so sad — a stubbed toe? A lost ball? Not enough people to devour and sate their endless, all-consuming hunger for death?
Monsters? 265 years ago, a 28 year old German woman named Johanna Sophia Schmied who lived in the village of Taucha near Leipzig, gave birth to a monster that is unlike any other. This monster has become popularly known as the "Chicken Man." Fate magazine's February (2000) issue recounts the facts of the case as preserved by the attending physician, Dr. Gottlieb Friderici. The physician witnessed the event and preserved the fetus in formaldehyde along with an extensive report of his autopsy, including drawings and the medical history of the mother. During the autopsy, the doctor noted that the oversized head did not have the characteristics of hydrocephaly and the tumor like outgrowth was completely filled with brain matter.
Leadership Lessons from the Saddle - Nancy Koehn - HBS Faculty by Nancy Koehn | 9:30 AM May 3, 2011 Since I was a little girl, I have been afraid of horses. They always seemed so big and so powerful, especially when I saw them galloping and heard the pounding thunder of their hooves on the ground. And so it was a real challenge coming to terms with that fear when I began riding horses and competing in the show jumping ring some years ago. In the process, though, I realized that many of the lessons I learned on a horse have strong relevance and application for leading and motivating a team in pursuit of a worthy mission. As in any sport, riding is about more than just the technical, physical aspects; it absorbs you emotionally and intellectually.
30 of the World's Greatest Wedding Cakes Few things are more important on a wedding day (apart from both partners turning up; the ring being secure; and nobody objecting during the ceremony) than the cake. Very few weddings are without such a centrepiece. It's just a shame that so many couples opt for the same traditional, boring designs when there is so much opportunity to impress and surprise the guests. Here are 30 brilliant examples, to be used as inspiration for your own big day. Above: A wedding cake fit for an action hero.
Incredible 3D Illustrations by Nagai Hideyuki from Japan These amazing 3D pencil drawings are by 21 year-old, Nagai Hideyuki from Japan. Apparently inspired by British 3D street artist Julian Beever. Nagai uses the same projection technique called anamorphosis which allows to create the 3D illusion when viewed from a certain angle. nagaihideyukiart.jimdo.com Written by: Neil Coward on August 5, 2012. s Curiosities Normally, I would say something about there being something wrong with Japan, but I think that this could actually work... 40 Witty Campaign Posters for a Cause Non-profit organizations use posters to deliver a particular message. These help inform people about current issues, problems and even the possible consequences of their actions. With a sentence that contains strong words or images, these posters give more impact than common commercial posters. To give you an idea, here are 20 sample campaign posters to provoke your imagination.
You're In For A Surprise: The Dating Site Murderer Redditor spawn02000 made the mistake of posting his own picture to lament his inability to get a date online. Given the glassy stare in his eyes and the ax-murderer beard, there was no choice but to turn his predicament into a hilarious meme. And so the Dating Site Murderer meme was born:
Creepy, Crusty, Crumbling: Illegal Tour of Abandoned Six Flags New Orleans [75 Pics] Hurricane Katrina killed this clown. According to the photographer, “An abandoned Six Flags amusement park, someone spray painted ‘Six Flags 2012 coming soon’ on the wall above the downed head. But they were clownin.’ Six Flags will never rebuild here.” That’s sad, but much of New Orleans has not been restored to her former glory. This defunct amusement park on the cityâ€™s eastern edge must surely serve as a constant reminder that Katrina tried to wash them off the map. Old school heroes by Fabio Ciraolo Fab Ciraolo is an illustrator from Santiago, Chile, who shows us how past icons would look like if they were still alive and how he imagines movie or cartoon characters in the world of today. Among his illustrations we can see a trasgressive Frida Kahlo with a Daft Punk t-shirt, Salvador Dalì with low-rise jeans, Liz Taylor with Justice’s tattoo, a rocker Marilyn Monroe with a tattoo that says “What if Kennedy is alive?”, and much more.