Los Angeles based Christine H McConnell is a multi-talented person. Besides artist, photographer, model, stylist, she is also an excellent baker. She creates terrifying yet delicious pastries, confections and cakes that look like monsters, spiders, snake and even Facehugger. All the pieces are glued together using delicious caramel and other sticky goodies, keeping the pieces 100% edible. Take a look at these terrfic creaations! Not sure who would like to eat them.
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This isn’t a scene from “Walking Dead”, it is actually one of the biggest car graveyard in the world which is right in the middle of a small forest near Chatillon. It was said, these cars once belonged to US soldiers who were stationed in this region. When the World War II ended, all military troops were sent back to the US, but the cost of having all those cars shipped was way too expensive. So the ranking officers decided to leave all the cars in Belgium. The cars were driven up a hill, one by one, nicely parked and somehow hidden from the outside world. At one time, there were were four car graveyards in Chatillon with as many as 500 retro vehicles. However, due to many reasons, the whole graveyards was cleared in 2010.
Designed by creative agency Leo Burnett, “See whatever you want to see” is a series of incredible illustration allows you to view them in two opposite direction. With a 180 degree turn, an endearing deer becomes a handsome seal, an Asian elephant becomes a graceful duck, , and a majestic giraffe transforms into a playful penguin. The idea behinds this design is to provide viewers a visual adventure filled with surprises. “When you are the proud owner of a Jeep, we know that any time you can go wherever you want, see what you want to see”.
If you envy those houses with built-in slide, you don’t need anymore. Designed by Trisha Cleveland, SlideRider is an innovative concept which transforms almost any staircases into slides and folds up when not in use. Besides multiple folding mats that can be laid over angular steps to create a smooth surface, it also has a weighted top and grippy bottom to keep everything securely in place and a cushioned bottom pad for a soft landing. To install it, simply unfold the padded base to cover your stairs, assemble the safety bumpers, and it’s ready to ride. When you’re done, just fold it up with the included storage strap, and tuck it away for the next ride. Sounds attempting? Find more information on Quirky.com.