This Haunting Graveyard Of Cars Has Abandoned In The Forest For Decades
Deep in a forest near the small Belgian village of Chatillon is a graveyard of abandoned rusty cars. Urban legend says that they once belonged to US soldiers stationed in the region in the 50s and 60s following WWII. When the troops were sent home, they hid them in a forest until they could come back and retrieve them - but that never happened.
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Miniature Worlds Emerge on Top of Wooden Animals by Maico Akiba
Sekai, Japanese for ‘world’, is a series of clever sculptures by Maico Akiba, in which tiny little worlds emerge on the backs of wooden animals. The sculptor and illustrator collects the small figures from Souvenir From Tokyo, the National Museum of Art and Design Tokyo museum shop. She uses miniature trees, cars, people, and even telephone poles to build the detailed scenes on wooden creatures like a panda bear, a hippo, and a turtle, who co-exist with the green landscapes glued to their backs.
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wow siri i reaally thought we were friends. i told you about secret tickle time!
February, Josef Maria Auchentaller