Amazing “Where the Wild Things Are” Chalk Wall Art Timelapse Video

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It took over 11 hours to create these two “Where the Wild Things Are” chalk murals at Arnold DC, a Washington ad agency. Watch the timelapse video of their creation, using over 1,500 stills. Really cool.
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Wall Mounted Fireplaces

Wall Mounted Fireplaces

French fixture makers Arkiane have two gorgeous wall-mounted fireplace designs – Icoya is inspired by an ancient Incan deity, and the other, the Yàn-Li, is a more obvious flame shape. The beauty of a fireplace like both of these is that you could either mount them or sink them into a wall, depending on how much space you have to work with, and we do love us some wall-mounting. (Pics)

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Switchplate with Added Hooks and Clips

Switchplate with Added Hooks and Clips

 

Sometimes improvements on the most minuscule objects around the house can hit you like a ton of bricks, creating an entirely new market for items nobody has ever paid attention to nor thought about. Take Justin Porcano’s work for example; his Wallplate turns regular lightswtich plates into massive drool appeal by creating functional drop boxes for mail and keys. (Pic)

 

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Jerusalem Dig Uncovers 2,100-Year-Old City Wall

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Beer bottles, a nice contribution to holy land

Israeli archaeologists unveiled a 2,100-year-old Jerusalem perimeter wall along with beer bottles left behind by 19th century researchers who first discovered the stone defenses. The wall, on Mount Zion at the southern edge of Jerusalem’s Old City, dates back to the Second Jewish Temple, which was destroyed by the Romans in AD 70.

 

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