Ping Pong Tables by Laurent Perbos: These aren't one of those traditional ping pong tables; but some real interesting creations by Laurent Perbos.
Mirrored Ping Pong Table: The table, titled "Reflection" is an art piece by Rirkrit Tiravanija, and was on display at Nyehaus exhibition in NYC.
Ping Pond Table: This is the creation of G Orozco.
PingPongPlus: It's a digitally enhanced version of the classic ping-pong; it's an interactive ping-pong table developed by MIT in late 90's.
PING-PONG Dining Table: The PING-PONG Dining Table by designer Hunn Wai is a luxurious looking table suitable for both dining and playing.
Workstation Doubles As Ping Pong Table: Another creation of designer Hunn Wai, who created an unlikely pairing of a ping pong table and a workstation.
Floating Ping-Pong Table: Not such a great idea for those of us without a private swimmingpool.
TriPong Table: Ping pong for three; creation of Secil Boyd.
Modular Ping Pong Table: Modular Table Tennis System allows users to arrange the tables in any configuration that they want. It allows 1-12 or more players to play, and apart from this you can even retrofit a traditional table to accommodate your new paddle-happy lifestyle.
Ping Pong Door: Designed by T Franzel, it functions just like any ordinary door and when needed it turns into a ping-pong table.
Best of Vinyl Records.
Unusual, Unique And Interesting Houses From Around The World.
Dec 29, 2009
Dec 27, 2009
Duck Cucumber: Bumpass found this unusual shaped cucumber in her back garden in Hogsthorpe, Lincs, United Kingdom.
Zucchini Duck: Patricia Bragg (Halstead, Essex) was surprised to find this in their vegetable patch.
Mickey Mouse Shaped Tomato:
Mickey Mouse Shaped Vegetables: The EPCOT center is located right in Walt Disney World, Florida and they grew Mickey Mouse shaped vegetables.
Weeble Tomato: "Mr. Weeble came to me in a bag of home-grown tomatoes given to me by a colleague. His bottom began to dimple and he soon was unable to stand on his own."
Radish Shaped Like A Foot: The farmer grew this radish in a vegetable patch in the front of her home. She has been farming for more than 16 years and says she's seen plenty of radishes but haven't seen a radish shaped like a foot, until this one.
Carrot Shaped Like A Child's Foot: A 60 year old man bought a few carrots at a local vegetable market and upon reaching home, he discovered that one of them looked like a child's foot. Impressed by his discovery, he took his carrot to a nearby studio to have 2 photos taken.
Radish Shaped Like A Hand:
Potato Shaped Like A Bear:
Sweet Potato that resembles a Chicken:
Frog Pepper: This was discovered in a bag of green peppers bought from a local farmers' market.
Green Pepper Snake:
Hamburger Shaped Pumpkin:
Advertising Using Buses.
Incredible Snow Globes.
Rare, Unique, Vintage Locks.
12 Amazing Holes In The Earth.
Dec 25, 2009
Scotland's favorite son:
The Scottish liking of deep-fried food is reflected in this portrait of Scottish poet and lyricist Robert.
Queen's face made with basils and onions on a pizza:
Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall:
You Are Beautiful.
Russian Rocks Souvenirs.
Typographic Paper Illustrations.
Advetising Using Creative Bags - Part - 2.
Dec 23, 2009
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Cars With 6 Wheels.
Alternative Uses Of Notebook.
Unusual and Creative Backpacks.
Creative Notepads: What's Your Choice.
Dec 21, 2009
Clothing Origami: These are the creation of Bela Borsodi, he is the one who came up with this interesting concept of folding shirts, dress, jackets, denim jeans into different face expressions. These look so simple yet brilliant.
Indradhanush Installation: This beautiful arc of spectral colors is the creative work of Guerra de la Paz.
Cloth Installation: Creation of artist Anatsui, at Palazzo Fortuny, Venice, 2007.
Folded Towel Animals: This is probably from the Carnival Cruise lines. They always do something that makes it nice to come back to your room and see something cute and thoughtful on your bed or dresser.
Huge Girls On Streets.
Light Transmitting Concrete.
Impressive Sticker Advertisements.