OK. This one isn’t new. In fact, it was posted by Sunshine Coast Snake Catchers in March, but it is still fun if you haven’t had a go at it. In a post in on March 20, the Australia snake catching company challenged its follower to spot the snake in the photo you see above. It even offer “bonus points” to those who can name the species. I did try. Man, my eyes hurt because, all I see is a pile of mix bag of twigs, dead leaves and branches. OK. Maybe mostly leaves. Continue reading There Is A Snake In This Photo. Can You Spot It?
OK. With over 1.2 million views on YouTube, this particular graduate project from Miyagi University, Japan, may not the newest news, but its ingenious complexity had us so enthralled that I find it a crime not to share it with the Internet. Also, lets face it; there gazillions of things online these days, who knows some of you have not seen this work of art? Anywho, we are not quite sure what this particular puzzle box is officially called and Google Translate isn’t helping with this somewhat funny translation of “Peep into the graffiti.” That makes absolutely no sense to me. Continue reading Check Out This Da Vinci-style Complex Puzzle Created By Miyagi University
So, you think you are the master of jigsaw puzzles? Well, good for you, but if you ask me, you can’t call yourself the ‘master’ until you have tried your hands on the Beverly Micro Hell Jigsaw Puzzle. From Japanese puzzle maker Beverly, this jigsaw puzzle is appropriately filed under a category called “Hell Puzzle.” Why? Because, with micro puzzle pieces and only in one solid color, it is definitely going make putting it together a living hell. Good news for those who have the unique ability of recognizing minor differences in shapes; not so good news for those who are good at discerning minuscule image differences because, there isn’t any to work with. Continue reading This Mono Color Micro-sized Jigsaw Puzzle Set Will Drive You Up The Walls
remember Jason Freeny? well, perhaps you don’t, but we are quite sure you have seen, at some point in time, illustration of fictional characters depicting their anatomy. well, that’s the work of Jason Freeny. among Freeny’s work, the most iconic, if could use ‘iconic’ to describe it, is the Anatomical Gummi Bear. obviously, this is work of fantasy and awesome imagination cos’ the last time you ate any gummi bears, you didn’t spit out bones or liver, or any internal organs, did you and this is what makes this work of art so super duper cool. no. we are not morbid. it just look so cool and cute – despite having the innards in plain view. anyway, if you haven’t heard, Freeny has created a line of toys based on his illustrations and among them, is the 4D Master Anatomical Gummi Bear. Continue reading 4D Master Anatomical Gummi Bear by Jason Freeny
(image credit: Konstantin Datz)
Rubik’s Cube has mesmerized millions around the world since its introduction as a toy in the 1980s and it makes no sense why the visually-impaired should be left in cold corner of the Rubik’s world. understanding this, designer Konstantin Datz wants to change that with his concept Rubik’s Cube for Blind Persons. instead of colors which is useless to the visually-impaired, Konstantin has the face of each cube embossed with colors in Braille words, namely green, blue, red, yellow, white and pink. if this concept realizes, the visually-impaired will have the opportunity to experience the Rubik’s Cube that has captured the heart and mind of millions since 1980. check out a few more images of Konstantin’s concept after break. Continue reading Rubik’s Cube designed for the blind has colors in Braille