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Vegetarian Polar Bear


This cute Polar Bear is not into hunting the seals and eating meat but instead this one is a pure veg and he loves Watermelon.


Pixel Art by Jean-Yves Lemoigne

Jean-Yves Lemoigne’s photography is surreal, beautiful and thought provoking. his images range from unicorn-men in hard times, pixelated actresses, and regular folk hidden in the shadows.

He has made some amazing pieces of pixel art for the 3rd issue of Amusement magazine. I have absolutely no idea how he does it, but this just looks awesome!



Car Scrap Yard at Night


This might seem odd, but even the car scrap yard can look quite fascinating. A good photographer is all that is needed!


Hello Kitty Zombie Birthday Cake

Man, I just love this: a Hello Kitty Zombie cake made for little girl’s birthday! I wonder how it tasted?


Steampunk Mouse


Weird looking mouse. Would you like to have one in your office?


Unusual and Creative Christmas Trees


By now you probably have your Christmas tree installed and decorated. But if not, you might try something unusual. Take a look at these strange, unusual and funny Christmas trees.


Snow Prints


They are all concave but create a super cool illusion of 3D sculptures. This snow prints are truly incredible. These prints were made by simply pushing our faces into fresh powder on cars.


Art on Guitars


Cool looking creative painting on guitars.



Fairytales in Dominoes: Snowwhite

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Last week I spent hours and hours working on my first Fairytale.
This is the result, it includes over 12.000 dominoes and I didn't topple one domino too early.



Child Bullfighter in Mexico


A child matador has killed six young bulls in a fight that child and animal protection campaigners tried to stop.

Michelito Lagravere, 11, was allowed to take part in the event after a court in south east Mexico rejected a bid to halt it."I'm happy to have achieved this great victory," he said before leaving the bloodied bull ring in Merida.

A judge gave the go-ahead for him to fight the six calves, aged one or two years, after reviewing licenses and permits submitted by his father, former French bullfighter Michel Lagravere."We produced all the authorisations and guarantees we were following the rules, including the essential agreement from the National Association of Matadors," said Mr Lagravere."Michelito has fought bulls since he was six years old and he's never had a serious accident."Around 3,500 people, including many young children, gathered at the ring to witness Michelito in action.

A video of the fight will be sent to Guinness World Records for consideration - for the number of bulls killed and the age of the bullfighter. News Source.


6-Year-Old Girl Is World’s Youngest Yoga Instructor


Yoga has been around for thousands of years, and the benefits it has for the mind and body are unquestionable, so its ever-growing popularity is not surprising . But what is very surprising is  6-year-old Shruti Pandey, who has been a successful Yoga teacher for two years now.
Interestingly enough, she is not the only “miracle” in her family, as her older brother, Harsh Kumar, mastered all 84 yoga positions by the age of five, making it into the Limca Book of Records and becoming a source of inspiration and motivation for Shruti. But he has never been interested in becoming a teacher. 
67 year-old Hari Chetan, Shruti’s instructor, who set up the Swami Brahmachand Saraswati Kaivalya Dham Ashram 35 years ago, is simply amazed not only with her flexibility, which many may find normal for a child this age, but also with her talent and determination. She proved to be e vary quick learner and as she mastered this art for herself, it didn’t come as a surprise when she started teaching others, in classes of around 30 adults that start at 5:30am. Everyone is amazed with her talent and the patience she puts in for everything and every one.
“The best thing about Shruti is she tries to provide an alternative position for the complicated ones that are difficult for an older person like me to do. She’s very patient,” says 90-year-old retired teacher Swami Bhanu.
After only three months of attending Shruti’s classes, 48-year-old businessman Lokendra Pal Singh says: “I have noticed a positive change in my life. I used to be short-tempered, but now I’m able to control my anger to quite an extent and it’s all thanks to a little six-year old.”


The Mind-Blowing Book Carvings of Long Bin-Chen

You’ve probably seen book carvings before, but Long Bin-Chen’s works are definitely in a league of their own.
Taiwanese artist Long Bin-Chen uses discarded old books to create incredibly detailed sculptures that look like they’re made of marble or wood. Although all his artworks are made out of several books, he carves them all in such a manner that they fit together in a seamless manner. While he could use any books he gets his hands on, Long Bin-Chen only uses those that are relevant to his sculptures. For example, for one of his Buddha heads, he used New York telephone books. This way, the head will represent a caring Buddha from the East who came to take care of the west.
Bought from trash collectors or collected directly from the streets, the books and magazines are first carved with a band or chain saw and then with a dental sander, for finer details.


Steampunk Frankenstein PC Case Mod


We see plenty of Steampunk mods around, but this one surely takes things to a new level of insanity. Constructed by Dana Mattocks, the SteamPunk Frankenstein PC case mod 8 feet tall, and weighs over 400 pounds. The project apparently took a year to complete, and it shows.

Not opportunity for modification is pass up, with everything from the power button (a discreet brass valve) to the air intake (an old church floor vent) gets a neo-Victorian overhaul. While it looks like a wooden mainframe, its guts are pure high-end gaming. The dual Nvidia 8800 GTX system is watercooled throughout, keeping noise to a minimum.

Check out Dana's full Flickr set to see the Frankenstein in all its glorious detail.



The Evolution of Harley-Davidson


Harley-Davidson Motor Company is an American manufacturer of motorcycles based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The company sells heavyweight (over 750 cc) motorcycles designed for cruising on the highway. Harley-Davidson motorcycles (popularly known as "Harleys") have a distinctive design and exhaust note. They are especially noted for the tradition of heavy customization that gave rise to the chopper-style of motorcycle.

Harley-Davidson attracts a loyal brand community, with licensing of the Harley-Davidson logo accounting for almost 5% of the company's net revenue ($41 million in 2004).Harley-Davidson supplies many American police forces with their motorcycle fleets.


Unusual and Unique Teapots


If you like something special and you're a tea drinker, then unique teapots are something you should consider. Teapots are so much fun, it's quite easy to start collecting them as they are useful too. Tea pots give ambiance and ceremony, making tea drinking into an occasion.

It is also very interesting. There are myriads of varieties - all shapes and sizes. Here are some teapots to consider.


Realistic Graffiti Street Art by TRANS


Graffiti is the name for images or lettering scratched, scrawled, painted or marked in any manner on property. Graffiti is sometimes regarded as a form of art and other times regarded as unsightly damage or unwanted. Graffiti has existed since ancient times, with examples going back to Ancient Greece and the Roman Empire and may range from simple scratch marks to elaborate wall paintings. In modern times, spray paint and markers have become the most commonly used materials. Here is some realistic work by TRANS:


Creative Paper Trees by Yuken Teruya

Yuken Teruya from Japan constructs intricate paper cuttings from waste materials: toilet paper rolls, shopping bags, newspapers. His artworks are caught in transitional moments, when a paper bag begins to evolve into a tree or an old copy of the New York Times has sprung roots as a newspaper garden.


Graffiti Project on Kelburn Castle in Scotland

Kelburn is prominently located on the west coast of Scotland, 35 miles west of Glasgow, overlooking the sea. Parts of the building are in need of repair, but funds have recently been secured to begin an extensive restoration, that includes the removal of the external render, allowing the opportunity to use the present surface as a vast temporary canvas. This has inspired the idea for this once in a lifetime project and an opportunity to be part of a truly unique and original event that has world wide media potential. It is thought to be the oldest castle in Scotland to have been continuously inhabited by the same family.


Urban Camouflage


Another weird project from Urban Camouflage, but quite original. If you want to hide in supermarkets for different reasons, here’s what you can do.


Geek Cakes


Even geeks, believe it or not, like to party, and this sweet selection of artistic confection showcases the many ways geeks can have their cake and eat it too with or without an .exe file baked inside. One thing is certain, if geeks love a thing, chances are it will become a cake. So, we wanted to take a look at some of our favorite geek desserts and celebrate the clever bakers and icing artists that make geek birthdays and weddings just a bit more fun.


World’s Smallest Christmas Card

I know it’s a few days past Christmas but I couldn’t pas by this news.
Nanotechnologists at the University of Glasgow, Scotland, Produced what they believe to be the world’s smallest Christmas card, the image of a Christmas Tree engraved on a piece of glass, a very small piece of glass, invisible to the naked eye.
“The card is 200 micro-meters wide by 290 micro-meters tall. To put that into some sort of perspective, a micro-meter is a millionth of a meter; the width of a human hair is about 100 micro-meters,” explains David Cumming, professor at the University of Glasgow.
To make it easier for you to imagine its real dimensions I should tell you that on an area the size of a postage stamp you could fit around 8,276 of these cards. Color was also added using a process called plasmon resonance.
Scientists had the sole purpose of explaining what nano-technology is capable of and say that, while the card is just a demonstration, domains like the electronics industry find this technology very useful.


El Chupacabra Found in Kentucky?

It happened in Lebanon Junction, Kentucky, where this strange looking creature appeared in Mark Cothren’s yard and got itself shot Now, all over the internet, people are wondering if this is just an animal suffering from a skin disease or the fabled chupacabra.
The legend of “el chupacabra” (Spanish word for “goat sucker”) began back in the 1990s, when when more and more stories told by people claiming they had seen this creature started circulating in Puerto Rico and rapidly spread throughout the Americas.
“I was like ‘every animal has hair, especially this time of year!’. What puzzled me is how something like that could survive through a winter with no hair. Everybody is getting very curious, you know. The phone is ringing off the hook. It’s kind of a mystery right now,” said Mark Cothren.
Opinions differ from one person to another, as some assume it is a cat, maybe a dog or a raccoon, but if it’s one thing they all agree on, it’s that it’s really strange looking. “It’s hard to tell what an animal is from just a photograph. This is an animal that’s native to our area, most likely that is suffering from some type of disease,” said Sam Clites from the Louisville Zoo.


Triplets Born 11 Years Apart

It’s really hard to believe that the two to 11-year-old girls and the 3-month-old baby in the picture are triplets, but Bethony, Megand and Ryleigh actually are.
Although the three of them were conceived on the same day, Ryleigh came 11 years after her twin sisters. This was possible because, while the first two fertilized embryos were implanted back in 1998, this third one has been frozen up until recently. This is a rather unusual situation for both parents and doctors as neither of them have knowledge of other cases of siblings conceived at the same date but born with such an age gap.
Health problems, such as endometriosis and polycystic ovaries, reduced Mrs. Shepherd’s chances of becoming pregnant and determined her and husband Adrian to undergo treatment. Out of 24 eggs collected by doctors, 14 were successfully fertilized, 2 were implanted and the other 12 were frozen. The pregnancy went smoothly and, although 6 weeks early, Bethony and Megan were born healthy and brought joy to their family.
After about 9 years, when the Shepherds decided they wanted another baby, they went to the same clinic and used one of the embryos stored years before.
“It seemed strange to think that we were using embryos that we had stored all those years ago, that were conceived at the same time as the girls. We knew that if we had another baby it would in effect be the girls’ triplet as they were all conceived at the same time. We didn’t  know if it would work, and we agreed that we would just have one go with one embryo and if it didn’t work we wouldn’t try again. It was one last chance, and if it was meant to be, then it would happen,” Mrs Shepherd explains.
The doctors warned the parents there was the possibility the body would reject the frozen embryo, but fortunately this didn’t happen and Ryleigh was born healthy, although 11 years later than her twin sisters.
“The girls are thrilled to have a sister – and they know that she was conceived at the same time that they were, but has been in the freezer. She’s a really happy baby and has got a really good appetite – it’s as though she’s making up for lost time,” says Mrs. Shepherd.


Gun Shaped Gadgets


Collection of creative gun shaped gadgets and unusual product designs. Very creative and even good-looking. Who says that guns are nothing but dangerous, they can be a lot of fun too.


Creative Rugs and Doormats


Apart from having something comfortable under your feet, rugs can influence and change the atmosphere of a room quite significantly. Here are some pretty awesome and cool rugs, carpets, and doormats that you probably have never seen before.


Helmet Art


It’s not just helmets, it is peak of creative art.


Nintendo's Wii Becoming Popular in Nursing Homes


The Wii's new twist on video games incorporating arm motions with a motion-sensitive control bar the players holds makes the games accessible for the elderly.

It allows them to participate in sport activities, and they can still be sitting in their chair if they want and it brings them up to date with technology. Good to see the elderly finding a way to exercise.


Celebrity Caricatures by Court Jones


This is the outstanding and really awesome work of Court Jones who is an award winning caricature illustrator.

"In Court's caricature illustrations, he draws upon elements of traditional illustration and portrait painting. It has been said that all art is a form of caricature. It's only a matter of how much and to what end you push the forms".


Pencil Drawing Art


Almost impossible to believe but these pictures were drawn by pencil! Real masterpieces by different artists, particularly the ones with animals and celebrities.

If any one know about the artists of these pencil drawings then do share in the comments.


Street Hairdressers in India


In a country where jobs are scare and barber’s shops even scarcer, a few entrepreneurs prove that you can make a living anywhere with the right attitude. These Indian street barbers know that if you want to attract the customers, you’ve got to let people know you’re there and what better way to advertise your business than set up shop in the middle of a busy sidewalk.


Children on a Leash


Apparently, not only cats and dogs are put on a leash. The same is happening with children. Some parents walk their kids on a leash!

I think, children need an upbringing and not a leash.


Royal Wedding Cakes in Kuwait


These cakes are just stunning. I’ve never seen anything like this come out of a bakery in my country and would be surprised if even the top-rated celebrity wedding cake bakers would attempt some of these designs.

They are made by Chef Omar Addihaoui and some serve up to 1000 guests. He works in Kuwait for Cafe Opera, a patisserie and cafe.


Celebs and their Mothers


Male celebrities and their mothers.


Shortest Bodybuilder in the World - Aditya Dev

Aditya ‘Romeo’ Dev is a body builder with dwarfism made famous by being reported in the UK press in February 2008. Romeo can shoulder press custom made 1.5kg dumbbells, a notable feat given his 9kg (20 lbs.) body weight and 2′ 9″ stature. Although it has not been published in a Guinness World Records book, in 2006 they recognized him to be the “world’s smallest bodybuilder”.

Unlike many little people Romeo is well proportioned, having a head of 15 inches and a chest of 20 inches. He maintains his toned body by putting in long hours with his trainer Ranjeet Pal.

Romeo enjoys great fame in his home country and makes many appearances on local television to show off his dancing abilities. In addition to bodybuilding, Romeo’s dream is to travel extensively as an entertainer and dancer. One day he hopes to perform in London with his idol Jazzy B.

In summer of 2008, Aditya was diagnosed with aneurysms which, if left untreated, are a serious threat to his life. Aneurysms and Moyamoya are common symptoms of the syndrome MOPD II, which is the cause of Aditya’s small stature.


Cool Home Theaters


Home cinema, also called home theater, are entertainment systems that seek to reproduce movie theater quality video and audio in a private home. The most basic system could be a DVD player, a standard CRT television, and a "home theater in a box", a 2.1 speaker system with left and right speakers and a small 8" subwoofer cabinet. An expensive home cinema set-up might include a High-Definition video format such as Blu-ray, a 60" High-Definition Television with a "cinema-style" 16:9 format, a several thousand-watt home theatre receiver with five to seven surround sound speakers, and a powered subwoofer with a 12" (or more) driver. The most expensive home theater set-ups, which can cost over $100,000 US, have digital projectors, expensive screens, and custom-built screening rooms which include cinema-style chairs and Audiophile-grade sound equipment.


Unique Advertising Campaign in Zimbabwe


The opposition newspaper of Zimbabwe held a unique advertising campaign. All promotional materials were made of Zimbabwean dollar. In Zimbabwe it is not difficult.


Metal Heads Urban Art in Berlin


German urban art group Mentalgassi covers big glass-recycling containers on the streets of Berlin with something unusual: giant faces! The results are weird "metal heads" that creepily stare at you as you walk by.


Hermetic Art


Weird but nice art by Alex Andreev, Russian artist. He personally calls his style "Hermetic" which means art or science of alchemy; so called from the Chaldean philosopher, Hermes Trismegistus, its hypothetical founder.


Amazon Tree Houses


Amazon Tree Houses was formed in 2007 by Derek Saunderson, a Joiner and Treehouse builder with over twenty years experience. His aim was to bring the craft of treehouse building back from the accountants and sales-men, and put it firmly back in the hands of the crafts-men who's passion for treehouse building shows in their skill and commitment for creating beautiful natural structures.


Human Landscapes From Above


The Big Picture has a stunning collection of aerial photographs from around the world taken by Jason Hawkes. Recently, Hawkes has been carrying his Nikon D3 aboard helicopters around the world, hanging out the doorway and capturing landscapes - most somehow affected by humans.


Dolls Compete in Miss Barbie Beauty Pageant

Do you remember how much you loved giving your dolls make-overs, when you were a little girl? Well, that wasn’t as childish an activity as you might have  thought – doll-obsessed grown-ups compete during Miss Barbie beauty pageants, every year.
This one’s no joke, folks, people actually go out of their way to come up with trendy outfits and makeup for their dolls, in the hope of winning a doll beauty pageant. And in order to qualify for the global contest – Miss Barbie Universe – first they have to win national events, like the one recently hosted in Venezuela. Before entering the stage and facing the judges, dolls go through the same preparations as real models: they have their hair brushed, get original hair-dos, try out their dresses and go through make-up sessions.
Contestants in the Miss Barbie beauty pageants have their own names, body measurements and even made-up professions that help impress the judges. I’m not sure what the actual prize is for winning this offbeat beauty contest, but I’m sure it doesn’t even begin to compare to the pride of the doll’s owner.


World’s Largest Collection of Santa Claus Memorabilia

Canadian Jean Guy Laquerre , a 74-year-old former geography teacher, is the proud owner of theWorld’s Largest Collection of Santa Claus Memorabilia.
Laquerre became addicted to Santa Claus memorabilia after his aunt gifted him with a beautiful 20th century papier-mache Santa Claus figure, over two decades ago. “It awakened the child in me” he says, but his fascination for Santa soon turned into an uncontrollable obsession. This “Santaphilia”, as he calls it, started back in 1988, and in the next 22 years he managed to put together an impressive collection numbering 25,139 items.
Laquerre confesses it is hard for him to restrain from buying more Santa stuff, “I can’t stop myself entirely, but I do restrain my urges. I surprise myself when I go into a store and I don’t buy any new ones…it’s because I just don’t have any more room for more figurines.” They are everywhere…and in every form imaginable, from jolly-dancing Santas to table-cloths, cushions, blankets, albums, and even a toilet-seat cover.
Although his name was listed in the Guinness Book of records in 2009, he broke the record in 2004 with this impressive collection.  “A Texas woman held the record for 30 years.  She had 1,039 items. It was time that I came along and broke the record.”
It is clear that he is very fond not only of his entire collection, but of every piece in particular as he is very meticulous in arranging and classifying them, every year. He is very hopeful that one day this will all be displayed in a museum, although his home on Christmas can already be perceived as a private Santa Claus museum.


Hello Kitty Painting Auctioned Off for $1.25 Million

If there was one field that I thought was safe from Hello Kitty mania, it was painting. But all my hopes were shattered when I stumbled across this $1.25 million artwork of the famous Japanese icon.
That’s right girls, a painting of your favorite kitty is being auctioned off on eBay for the “bargain price” of just $1.25 million. And if you, by chance, think that’s too much, you should know the price has gone down from $1.5 million. I mean come on people, it’s not just any other Hello Kitty painting we’re talking about, this is in fact the world’s largest Hello Kitty painting, measuring 4 feet by 5 feet. The auction page reads “this would make a great gift for that little girl you love so much”, but unless they were referring to Paris Hilton’s dad, I doubt anyone will by this as a Christmas gift.
I don’t know if this matter to you or not, but the painting was done by American artist James Dillon Wright, also known as Dillon Boy.


Creative Bus Stops


Riding the bus is not usually a pleasant experience. All the sweaty workers coming home, many smells combining and you won’t find very nice people. Luckily, you can enjoy some pleasant moments while waiting for the bus, more precisely in one of these creative bus stops advertising agencies came up with.


Living Statues Championship


Great collection of pictures with living statues. It is Yevpatoriya Open Living Statues Championship, Ukraine. It takes place annually in May between the 1st and the 7th. Every country can participate in this Chapionnship. Some “statues” look like real ones, especially their make-up perfectly done gives that impression.


Dragon Cake

Now thats what I call a freaking cake. This massive firebreathing dragon was made for some birth day party and its cost is $750 only. This delicious dragon was made by Mike McCarey of Mike’s Amazing Cakes.


Hidden Forest Office in Madrid


Spanish architecture firm Selgas Cano recently unveiled their new office in Madrid. Located within a forest, the tube-like structure is half-sunken into the ground, giving the illusion of complete isolation. A large window runs the entire length of the structure and forms part of the roof, ensuring workers a panoramic view of the surrounding woods. The office is entered via a partially-hidden stairwell and has retractible shutters at the end of the structure. Selgas Cano’s design is seen here photographed by world-renowned dutch architecture photographer Iwan Baan.


Folded Paper Art by Simon Schubert


Simon Schubert is a German artist and sculptor. He uses paper creases and folds to create incredible works of art. He also does portraits and all the reflections in the mirrors.


Truck Art of Pakistan

Just like the Billboard painting performed in Pakistan, there is another indigenous form of art performed in Pakistan and it is the Truck Painting. With its all colorful floral patterns, depiction of human heroes with creative aspect ratios, calligraphy of poetic verses and driver’s words of wisdom, this form of art is truly a part of Pakistani transport tradition.

This art is so Pakistani, that the freight trucks whi\ch are built by Ford, General Motors, Hino Pak etc in beautiful aerodynamic shapes are first retro-fitted with very Pakistani stlye bodies and a special ‘viewing deck’ at the top of Driver’s cab. The ‘viewing deck’ is a very multipurpose extra space. It is used by ‘cleaners’ to sleep at night and also to load extra luggage when needed.


Chinese Artist Creates Edible Model of Shanghai

Song Dong, one of China’s leading contemporary artist has almost completed a miniature replica of Shanghai City, made out of various sweets. Song apparently has a thing for recreating major cities out of food, as this is the seventh project in his “Eating the City” series, which includes sweet replicas of Barcelona or London. Working with a team of talented food artists, he uses wafers, biscuits, cookies and candy to create edible replicas of Shanghai’s major landmarks.
On Christmas Eve, Song Dong will show his masterpiece to the world, and invite the people to take a bite out of Shanghai, literally. Take a look at the photos below to see how the project is coming along.


Mister Christmas Makes Plans to Marry His Christmas Tree

Andy Park, also known as “Mr. Christmas” recently stated he wants to marry his beloved Christmas tree and is currently looking for a priest wiling to perform the ceremony.
47-year-old Andy Park loves Christmas more than anyone else in the world, and has proven it every day for the last 17 years. Starting in 1993, he has has celebrated Christmas every day, and I’m not talking about putting on a Santa hat and singing Christmas carols. No, Andy pops champagne bottles, buys himself gifts that he, in turn, opens, decorates the entire house and enjoys a traditional Christmas dinner.
Now, the wacky divorcee says he’s determined to marry his Christmas tree.He’s only had the plastic tree for the last two years, but they’ve become pretty close in this short period of time, and Andy thinks of it as “his best friend”. He never gets tired of looking at it and since other people have married their pets, and even their pillows, marrying a Christmas tree doesn’t seem that strange to him, anymore.
Mr. Christmas has already bought a beautiful ring for his Christmas tree, but has yet to decide on which branch to place it on. An even more serious problem is finding a minister willing to join them in holy matrimony.


35 Creative USB Flash Drives


USB drives are the new age of data storage devices also known as Flash Drives. USB drives have substituted ancient floppy disks and CD’s because of its micro mini size and ability to take it any where; you can take this highly storage size device in your pocket.

Today, I am sharing with you some of the most unusual and creative USB flash drive designs which you would really wish you could have.


Amazing Illustrations by Tiago Hoisel


Tiago Hoisel is a mad scientist reanimating cartoon characters into living beings, or perhaps he is capturing the souls of living beings and injecting them into cartoon molds? Either way he is certainly mad.


World's Most Dangerous Rope Hanging Bridges


Here are some of the world’s most dangerous bridges that are meant only for walking. These are the so-called rope hanging bridges. You can find a wide variety of these bridges in countries like India, Malaysia, Philippines, New Zealand, Pakistan, Nepal, as well as in the interiors of some other countries.

A bridge can prove to be dangerous for a variety of reasons; either because it’s very old, narrow, too high up above the land, over a quick river or if the wooden “floor” goes missing. What makes them dangerous is the fact that in spite of the condition of the bridge, they have to be used; as many a time, these pathways are the main or even the only way for the local inhabitants of a small village to reach a bigger city. Among all the bridges, the most popular among tourists are the hanging bridges. Let’s take a look at some of them.

Hussaini - Borit Lake, Pakistan



100 Most Creative Business Cards


A business card creates a physical connection and bond between you or your business and your customers. Most business cards are dull, boring, and don’t say much about the person and are forgotten easily which is why they are ineffective.

Here we’ll take a look at 100 truly outstanding business card designs which show that there are truly no limits to the design of a business card.


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