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Amazing Human Sculptures in Underwater Art Museum

Amazing Human Sculptures in Underwater Art Museum  Fourteen meters beneath the Atlantic Ocean sits the Museo Atlantico, the first underwater contemporary art museum in Europe. Artist Jason deCaires Taylor has created a series of sculptural installations that inhabit the ocean floor. Known for his issue-driven work, this new large-scale project speaks to the current worldwide refugee dilemma.

Lindsey Russell Tried to Cross the Irish Sea in a Giant Plastic Hamster Wheel

Lindsey Russell Tried to Cross the Irish Sea in a Giant Plastic Hamster Wheel  Lindsey Russell, a British TV presenter, recently tried to cross the Irish Sea in an very unusual way. Instead of by boat, she chose to travel via zorb—a plastic orb used for recreational events that resembles a hamster wheel. They’re typically used on land, but Russell challenged herself to maneuver the giant zorb in open water.

Spectacular Giant Busts of Presidents Park

Spectacular Giant Busts of Presidents Park The iconic heads of four US Presidents sculpted on the granite face of Mount Rushmore, in the Black Hills in South Dakota, has marveled millions of visitors and inspired countless artists. Houston-based sculptor David Adickes first went to visit Mount Rushmore in the early nineties

Delicious Dessert look like a Adorable Cat in Japanese Cafe

Delicious Dessert look like a Adorable Cat in Japanese CafeIf you're ever in the city of Kyoto, definitely take a trip to this cafe—for both the cat parfaits and the culture! However, you should note that the 1,200 yen ($10.57) parfaits start selling at 1pm and sell out shortly after, since only 15 servings are made each day. In other words, make sure to get there early for these tempting treats!

Amazing Vibrant Embroidered Hoop Art by Cinder & Honey

Amazing Vibrant Embroidered Hoop Art by Cinder & Honey
Vancouver-based artist Caitlin Benson (of Cinder & Honey) embroiders vintage-inspired flowers that will last a lifetime. Before reaching for her embroidery hoop, the designer always starts with a sketch on paper, which undergoes several revisions before Benson begins preparing her needle and thread.