Chris Maynard is an best artist; he cuts out amazing dioramas out of various birds feathers. To accomplish high accuracy he used fine eye surgery tools which he learnt from his father. Enjoy it
Tasty national flags, Sydney’s International Food Festival dishes inspired by each country traditional food
These ‘Tasty National Flags’ were in celebration of the Sydney International Food Festival in Australia. Each flag represented the participating countries national traditional, specific foods. Eat more on fancy-edibles.com
This a Lego computer case made by modder and Lego enthusiast Asininity Texas that is cool enough to feature on anyone’s desk with its impressive make. Inspired by the Vonn’s battle with evil empires this computer case is called as Vonn Lego case
This Lego replica of the Erickson S-64 Air-Crane helicopter (Elvis) is probably one of the coolest Lego builds I have seen so far. Made by professional Lego builder Ryan McNaught (nick named The BrickMan) for the Brickvention 2013
Here is the last work by Alexis Facca aka Paper Donut. He is called “The Office“, it’s a very realistic interior design fully made of paper. The idea was to recreate an office of a British advertising agency in 80′s.
June ’83, Walter R. Cooper advertising agency, in SOHO London district.
Founded in 1979, Walter R. Cooper agency became one of London’s most celebrated agencies as it created glossy adverts that often combined humor, music and sexual energy and came to define the Eighties. Many of his campaigns became global sensations and therefore won more awards than any other London agency at last month’s annual Cannes Lions, the world’s most prestigious advertising festival.
You can see more work of Paper Donut here.
Nathan Shields of Saipancakes made these Hobbit Pancakes which were presented to his kids soon after their completion.
Celebrity chef, restaurateur, and meat lover Michael Symon—of Food Network’s Iron Chef America and ABC’s The Chew—shares his wealth of knowledge and more than 100 killer recipes for steaks, chops, wings, and lesser-known cuts…