1. This Dreamy Winter Garden
Did it ever exist? Do you recognise it? Help me! Found on Pinterest.
Portrait of a Young Woman, 1632, Nicolaes Eliasz. Pickenoy. Dutch. The J. Paul Getty Museum.
3. This Blouse
From Jardin Fantome.
4. Museum Visitors Matching the Artwork
Found via Bored Panda.
5. Berenice Abbott’s New York Stores, 1930s
Berenice Abbott (July 17, 1898 – December 9, 1991) was an American photographer renowned for her black-and-white photography of New York City in the 1930s.
6. There’s an eleven year old in New York subways that sells emotional advice instead of lemonade
Found on Reddit.
7. There’s Gold in Switzerland’s Sewage
According to a new analysis by Eawag, the Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology, every year 95 pounds of gold, worth nearly $2 million, passes through Swiss wastewater treatment plants.
Found on Atlas Obscura.
8. The Time Capsule in Mount Rushmore
During the construction of this famous monument, architect Gutzon Borglum wanted to create a Hall of Chronicles inside the cliff face — a secret room where future generations would find the fundamental records of and information about the USA’s history. For this purpose, he excavated a cave behind the head of Abraham Lincoln. Soon after, however, Borglum died, and his plan was not completed. In 1998, more than 50 years after his death, copies of important documents and the memoirs of various presidents were placed inside the unfinished hall, which now serves as a time capsule.
Found on Bright side.
9. These Eerie Diorama Boxes
Available to buy here on Etsy.
Found via My Modern Met.
10. Build-Your-Own Log Cabin Kits
All of the logs and material are precut at the company’s facility and then shipped by truck to your location. Each kit comes with everything you need for the build from the sill plate to the roof: logs, cabinets, sinks, flooring, fireplaces, windows, shingles, the list goes on. Like Ikea on a bigger scale… they provide an installation manual for the homeowner or builder who will be erecting the home… Kit prices are downright reasonable compared to top-dollar mountain real estate.
So this is a thing. Found on Curbed.
11. Water Towers of Japan
12. Brigitte Bardot on a Paris Rooftop, 1952
From October 19 through November 18, 2017, a selection of unpublished contact sheet excerpted from the magazine Paris Match’s archives are being exhibited at Galerie Argentic. “Studying a contact sheet, it’s like doing an autopsy of the artist,” explains Agnès Vergez, Paris Match’s Director of Exhibitions. “Some of them, like William Klein, made a full-fledged art out of it; others, like Henri Cartier Bresson, refused to show them.”
More previews from the exhibition found on The Eye of Photography.
13. Amélie Meets Wes Anderson
Just a beautiful little film by Simone Rovellini, thanks to a member of the MessyNessyChic ambassador club.