“The Upside Down”: An Incredible “Stranger Things” Byers’ Home LEGO Set That Can Be Flipped Over

Fans of the global hit Netflix original series will appreciate the authentic details of this highly collectible LEGO Stranger Things toy – The Upside Down. Continue reading »

Aquarium Ferns Grow Inside An Air Bubble Within Upside-Down Fish Tank

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Japanese designer Haruka Misawa trained at the design office Nendo, created this incredible upside-down fish tank. A large air bubble is encapsulated within the water of the fish tank, allowing ferns to grow and fish to feed off them. Continue reading »

Inside The Taiwan’s Upside Down House

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Photo by Ritchie B. Tongo / EPA

Visitors visit the upside-down family size house in Taipei, Taiwan, 23 February 2016. The three story upside-down family size house attracts hundreds of visitor’s who are amused with the exhibit. According to the organizers, the total cost of the construction is around 600,000 US Dollars and took 2 months to complete. Continue reading »

The Truth Is Somewhere Upside Down: Aliens in Anelia Loubser’s Project

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South African photographer Anelia Loubser took a different view on portraits and turned her friends into aliens. Continue reading »

This Mural Was Painted Upside-Down To Reflect Off Of The Water

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New York-based artist Ray Bartkus has created a beautiful mural in the Lithuanian city of Marijampolė designed to use the surface of the water as its true canvas. Bartkus intentionally painted it upside-down so that the swimmers, rowers and swans he depicted would be reflected right-side-up onto the river Šešupė, which flows through the city’s center.

The image used to demonstrate this effect seems to have been digitally edited, though we’re sure it’s quite impressive in person regardless. Continue reading »

An Upside-down House in Siberia

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A man passes a house built upside-down in Russia’s Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, December 14, 2014. The house was constructed as an attraction for local residents and tourists. (Photo by Ilya Naymushin/Reuters)
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China’s Tourist Attraction: an Upside-down House


A laborer works at an upside-down house under construction at Fengjing Ancient Town, Jinshan District, south of Shanghai, March 17, 2014. Workers are putting the final touches on this eccentric tourist attraction built at the “China Folk Painting Village”. Furniture will also be placed upside down in the house, which is expected to open the public in April, according to local media. (Photo by Carlos Barria/Reuters)
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The House that was Deliberately Built Upside Down


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At first glance, it looks like the occupants in this home are stuck to the ceiling. But amazingly the house was built this way as a tourist attraction at the VVTs the All-Russia Exhibition Center in Moscow. As well as its impressive exterior the house is fully furnished with decor, belongings and even a Mini – all painstakingly installed upside down. Continue reading »

Upside Down Race Car by Jeff Bloch AKA SpeedyCop


An American inventor has built a unique upside-down racecar – and successfully taken it on a 24-hour spin around the LeMons track. Jeff Bloch – also known as SpeedyCop – built his upside down 1999 Chevrolet Camaro by combining it with a decrepit 1990 Ford Festiva. To enter the latest LeMons race the car had to cost less than $500, which Bloch achieved by picking a Festiva model with a worn-out 1.3-litre engine and more than 300,000 kilometres on the clock. Continue reading »

Rhinos get Upside-Down Helicopter Ride to Safety

For some endangered rhinos, a 1,000-mile road to rescue from poachers starts with a helicopter ride — hanging upside down, blindfolded and sedated.

Rhinos get Upside-Down Helicopter Ride to Safety. (WWF) Continue reading »