On November 8, 1977, Greek Archaeologist Manolis Andronikos discovered in the small Greek village Vergina the tomb of Alexander the Great’s father, King Philip II of Macedon and Alexander’s son, Alexander IV! This historically important discovery shook the archaeological community and the world at large. Read More
Let’s have a look what happens when creative passersby insert themselves into the scene… Read More
There are so many talented artists around the world but no one is better than mother nature. Let’s have a look at the most stunning photos of natural ice and snow formations from around the globe that only our magnificent nature could create in such perfection. Hope you enjoy them as much as I did!
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The Mycenean ring of the legendary King Theseus, dated to the 15th century BC, had been found during excavations at the foot of the Acropolis in the Fifties. Never before viewed by the public, it displayed for the first time at the Greek capital’s National Archaeological Museum on January 12, 2015. Read More
Angela Li recently presented his solo exhibition in Beijing titled ” Shadow of Knives”, impressing everyone who saw it. He created a brand new series of metal silhouette sculptures cut from butcher knives.The carved out parts – the shadows – mirror the hollow parts of the knives. They can be manipulated into different shapes and to different directions. Read More
World’s oldest hotel, the Nishiyama Onsen Keiunkan, located in the Japanese province Yamanashi, had been founded in 705 AD. According to the Guinness World Records it’s also the oldest company still in operation. It has been operated by the same family for 52 generations since its founding. It was first classified as the oldest hotel in history in 2011, the title was renewed in September 2013. Read More
It took around 300 hours to Ryan McNaugh, a professional Lego builder, to build this amazing Lego Acropolis. ”The model is as close to the real Acropolis as I could make it. It’s not an architectural scale model; it’s more of a representation. The hardest parts were working out how to do all the diagonal lines,” McNaught said. Read More
When Williams-Sonoma contacted me and asked me to share my unique and bizarre smoothie recipe as part of the Not Your Typical Smoothie Challenge I was thrilled!
Having grown up on home-made smoothie before the era of smoothie shops in every shopping mall, I started thinking what I enjoy in a smoothie. The fruits, the milk or yogurt base, warmth of a mild spice to cut through the sweetness of base ingredients and a healthy vegetable which props up the nutrition quotient without overpowering the taste.
And yes, I am a firm believer in the old adage “you taste with your eyes first”. So yes, my smoothie needed to look delish and taste nothing like you’ve tasted before.
A delicious smoothie is like a happy marriage, where several different combinations of flavours and colours come together for a beautiful, tasty treat. Read More
When we think of an office what comes to our mind is a boring work space with no colors, full of computers and packs of papers scattered everywhere but…… there are some people in our world that can really heave a heaven like working environment.
Fortunately some companies dare to make the difference. In fact overdo the difference and create an enviable working environment were everyone would like to work everyday for the rest of his life!!!
Sit back and prepare yourself for some of the world’s most innovative office spaces. Read More
My nephews love Olaf and I have to admit that I absolutely love this little fellow too. I thought it would be great to have some olaf cookies and cakes for Christmas, so I searched the internet for the prettiest Olaf treats. Hope you`ll like them and get inspired. Have fun! Read More