A giant rubber duck is making a world tour to big harbors such as Osaka, Sao Paolo and Amsterdam. Since May 2nd, the 54 foot duck is floating in the bay of Hong Kong. It was created by Florentijn Hofman and has been an attraction to every harbor it was released.
The SS Ayrfield was built in 1911 in the UK. It was later that registered in Sydney, where it was used to transform supplies. Around 1972 the the SS Ayrfield retired in the Homebush Bat were it was left abandoned until today. The only difference from other abandoned ships is that within this one a mini-forest has grown that floats above sea creating a spectacular sight and a tourist attraction.
In one of North America's Greates Lakes ,Mos has constructed a floating house. In Lake Huron , a 1-bedroom cabin is resting on a steel pontoons platform making it one of the most relaxing places on earth. The platform is designed in a way that allows the house to ride with the fluctuations of the lake. Lake Huron’s water levels vary throughout the year due to changes in season and environmental trends. As a result, any home built around the lake has to take into account the varying water levels.
An amazing tribute video to the classic Super Nintendo game created by Marcus and Hannes Knutsson and posted by YouTube user lefvandebilder shows Mario's adventure in completely different landscapes than he used to. Well the video presents super Mario among us :P.
This amazing instalation is the work of German Choreographer William Forsythe. Scattered Crowd as the installation is called was made by thousands of balloons that were put in rooms. People are welcome to interact with the installation and be part of it.