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archiemcphee:

Since 1997 UK-based artist Gerry Judah has been creating gravity-defying car-themed sculptures for the annual Goodwood Festival of Speed in Sussex, England. Each dynamic piece features cars that appear to have been frozen in time in the midst of racing across the surface of large-scale steel structures.

Visit Gerry Judah’s website to check out more of his creations.

Head over to Twisted Sifter for more photos and information about each of these awesome automotive sculptures.

[via Twisted Sifter and Design Taxi]

enochliew:

Photographs by Thom Sheridan

In 1986, the United Way attempted to break the world record for balloon launches, by releasing 1.5 million balloons, which resulted in two deaths, millions in lawsuits, and a devastating environmental impact.

(Source: viralforest.com)

archiemcphee:

Hey, who filled this moat with Strawberry Nesquik? We hope they brought enough straws for everyone…
A Japanese photographer who goes by the name WizardTools on Twitter captured this awesome image of cherry blossom petals blanketing the surface of the moat surrounding Hirosaki Castle, located in Hirosaki, Aomori, Japan.

"The surrounding Hirosaki Park around the castle grounds is one of Japan’s most famous cherry blossom spots. Over a million people enjoy the park’s 2600 trees (which were originally planted around in grounds in 1903) during the sakura matsuri (cherry blossom festival) when the cherry blossoms are in bloom, usually during the Japanese Golden Week holidays in the end of April and beginning of May.”

[via Twisted Sifter]

WOWEE

archiemcphee:

Hey, who filled this moat with Strawberry Nesquik? We hope they brought enough straws for everyone…

A Japanese photographer who goes by the name WizardTools on Twitter captured this awesome image of cherry blossom petals blanketing the surface of the moat surrounding Hirosaki Castle, located in Hirosaki, Aomori, Japan.

"The surrounding Hirosaki Park around the castle grounds is one of Japan’s most famous cherry blossom spots. Over a million people enjoy the park’s 2600 trees (which were originally planted around in grounds in 1903) during the sakura matsuri (cherry blossom festival) when the cherry blossoms are in bloom, usually during the Japanese Golden Week holidays in the end of April and beginning of May.”

[via Twisted Sifter]

WOWEE