Author: twistedsifter

Mar 7, 2011

Picture of the Day: Balloon House from UP in Real Life!

Picture of the Day: Balloon House from UP in Real Life!

THE BALLOON HOUSE FROM ‘UP’ IN REAL LIFE! Photograph by National Geographic My Modern Met: On March 5th at dawn, National Geographic Channel and a team of scientists, engineers, and two world-class balloon pilots successfully launched a 16′ X 16′ x 18′ tall house with three hundred 8′ colored weather balloons from a…

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Mar 7, 2011

The Awesome Deconstruction Art of Todd Mclellan

The Awesome Deconstruction Art of Todd Mclellan

Born in Saskatchewan and currently residing in Toronto, Canada; photographer and artist Todd McLellan’s latest series, Disassembled, explores the deconstructed beauty of electronics. Todd meticulously disassembles each device and carefully lays out every individual component for his shoot. The project culminates with some incredible photographs of all of the components suspended in mid-air, seemingly…

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Mar 6, 2011

Picture of the Day: A Murder of Crows

Picture of the Day: A Murder of Crows

A MURDER OF CROWS Photograph by Jamie Zarza via National Geographic

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Mar 5, 2011

Picture of the Day: Into the Fog

Picture of the Day: Into the Fog

Stunning photograph of a foggy day in Budapest, Hungary

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Mar 4, 2011

The Friday Shirk Report – March 4, 2011 | Volume 99

The Friday Shirk Report – March 4, 2011 | Volume 99

Welcome to the Friday Shirk Report where you will find 20 images, 10 articles and 5 videos from the previous week of sifting. Enjoy! *For those that prefer the links open in a new tab/window, try holding the CTRL key whilst clicking a link with your mouse 20 IMAGES – Definitely unacceptable – “Let me…

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Mar 3, 2011

Picture of the Day: Mexico City from Above

Picture of the Day: Mexico City from Above

MEXICO CITY FROM ABOVE Photographs by Pablo Lopez Luz Pablo Lopez Luz via Reddit Every day at 5pm the Sifter will post the picture of the day PLEASE CLICK HERE TO SEE ALL ‘PICTURES OF THE DAY’

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Mar 3, 2011

Converting a Church Into a Family Home

Converting a Church Into a Family Home

Saint Jakobus Church was originally built in 1870. Located in The Netherlands city of Utrecht, it stood abandoned for some time. When church ceremonies and operations ceased in 1991, it was used sparingly as a showroom for antique furniture and concerts and special events. In 2007, Zecc Architects proposed a residential conversion to restore life…

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