From Delaware’s Kiss before dying series (2005).
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"World’s Largest Lite-Brite." by Mark Beekman (2007).
Measuring approximately 5 feet tall by 10 feet wide, over 125,000 original Lite-Brite pegs were used to recreate a 1:9 scale of Leonardo DaVinci’s “Last Supper.”
web-based Lite-Brite experiment by Type Theory (2009)
[Mosaic design, Palermo, Italy, 12th century.] by Sanier, G (1874). Via.
The B52s in the Cherryblossom. Delaware, 2005.
Far away in an isolated Russian village called Kamarchaga, located in the Siberian Taiga, lives a creative and dedicated pensioner named Olga Kostina who has meticulously decorated the exterior of her home with 30,000 plastic bottle caps.
Olga collected the bottle caps over the course of many years and only began to hammer them into place once she felt she had accumulated enough. Clearly this is a person with tremendous patience. The bottle caps have been carefully arranged into colourful, detailed mosaics depicting traditional macrame motifs and local woodland creatures. Each bottle cap has been hammered into place by Olga herself. It comes as no surprise to learn that her awesome home has since become something of a local landmark.
Photos by Ilya Naymushin
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Four geometric compositions by André Durenceau (1904). Via.