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Lego aircraft carrier

No, this is not a scene from the Persian Gulf. This aircraft carrier is a work of art by Harry S. Truman that is built entirely from Legos! This beast weighs 350 lbs (about 160 kg) and took about 200,000 bricks to build. The detail of this model is absolutely astonishing!

A huge aircraft carrier build entirely from Legos in astonishing detail.
Lego aircraft carrier


A huge aircraft carrier build entirely from Legos in astonishing detail.
Lego aircraft carrier detail


Click this link for more pictures of the Lego aircraft carrier .

The amazing invisible painter

The invisible painter has painted himself to blend in with the background of a ruined building.
Invisible painter by ruins


The invisible painter has painted himself to blend in standing in front of a front loader and it is really hard to spot him!
Invisible painter... where is he? Can you find him?


This is Liu Bolin, and if there ever would be an invisible man it would be him. He spends hours meticulously painting himself until he blends in with his chosen background like a chameleon. Amazing! Just the kind of weird stuff we like around here. :)

Follow the link for more pictures of Liu Bolin, the invisible painter .

Some computer weirdness...

Have you ever noticed that the only time you ever really get to see the Windows shutdown screen for any length of time is when Windows is NOT shutting down? Therefor, we propose to change this screen to improve its accuracy:

Windows shutdown screen changed to say "Windows is spacing out..."
Improved shutdown screen

Sometimes being practical is weird

So you finally get around to visiting your weird aunt Mae. She greets you at the door with a warm smile, and as you enter the house, your feelings of trepidation seem to lift as you notice the house looks quite cozy and inviting. Maybe aunt Mae isn't as weird as they say after all. As she leads you into the living room, she says: "Please make yourself comfortable!" as she points to her... casket sofa ?
Ok. So I guess she IS weird after all.

CasketFurniture.com sells a range of casket furniture that you can use during your life and will serve as your casket when you die. Quite practical, I guess, since caskets are expensive. It makes sense to be able to enjoy your casket.

It still is weird though.

Mr. Veggie Head

Looks like a normal painting of a vegetable bowl at first sight. But when you turn it upside down, you might see more than just veggies!

The painting shows a bowl with vegetables, but when you turn it over you can see a face in it!
Painting: "L'homme-potager" (1750)

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