On the surface, it looks like nuclear warhead or part of an exotic anti-matter weapon, but it cheats your eyes, it’s actually a bottle of wine! The wine, dubbed 2004 Block 42, is made by Australian Penfolds. Each bottle contains 750 milliliters of wine and is sold at $168,000, the priciest wine in the world.
Every year, in the month of January, thousands of visitors flock to Bikaner, India for the Camel festival. Desert region’s folk dances and music, add on to what is otherwise an exclusive camel affair. Camels fascinate tourists from all over the world with their movements, charm and grace. A spectacle of unusual camel performances: camel races, camel dances, and the bumpy, neck shaking camel rides.
Canadian artist Guy Laramee has recently published a new series of his amazing book landscapes which are made by carving old books, dictionaries and encyclopedias. He calls his new project “Guan Yin” and dedicates it “to the mysterious forces thanks to which we can traverse ordeals”.
Solar Floating Resort designed by Michele Puzzolante. Covered completely in a thin-film solar skin, it sleeps six and sports an underwater observation room. The round shape of the vessel provides constant exposure to the sun, feeding batteries during daylight hours.
Utah State University “Ascending Aggies” team recently won first prize out of 33 teams in the Air Force’s contest to get four soldiers over a very tall wall. They developed what they call a PVAC, or Personal Vacuum Assisted Climber and it works just as you’d imagine: a loud-as-hell vacuum strapped to your back connects to two suction cups and lets you climb pretty much anything, even if the surface wouldn’t have been so good for regular suctions cups