1. The Best Cat Box ever?
Found on Reddit Aww.
2. These Art Nouveau & Art Deco sketches of Italian architect Silvio Gambini
Found on Italia Liberty.
3. A Hidden Staircase at the Winchester House
There are just too many secret doors in the Winchester house to show them all. As the legend goes, Sarah Winchester believed that in order to keep the spirits of those killed by her husband’s invention, the Winchester rifle, she had to keep building on to her mansion.
Found in this list of favourite hidden doors of history.
4. The Siren Hotel, Detroit
5. This Bathroom
Found on Decor Hardcore.
6. ‘Call Me By Your Name’ scenes merged with Monet paintings
Found on the Instagram account “Call me by your Monet“.
7. ‘Tangerian Girl’, by José Tapiro y Baro, 1891
Tangerian Girl is a Realist, watercolor painting created by José Tapiro y Baro in 1891. It lives at the Dahesh Museum of Art in New York. The image is in the public domain.
Josep Tapiró i Baró was a Catalan painter; best known for his watercolor portraits from Morocco. Found on Wikipedia.
8. Queen for a Day
Exactly as I’d imagined it.
A project by Andy Goodwin – see how it was made using CGI on Behance.
9. Banksy opened his first shop in London – but no one can ever go inside
Banksy has set up a pop-up shop, called Gross Domestic Product, which spans across three windows of a former Croydon carpet store and showcases a variety of “impractical and offensive” merch created by the artist.
In a statement, the elusive artist said he was being “forced” to launch the shop because a greetings card company (which we think might be this one), which has tried to seize legal custody of the name, was attempting to use his name to sell their “fake Banksy merchandise”.
10. In Ketchikan, Alaska, the final 8th grade science exam is a 2 night survival trip on an uninhabited island
When Your Final Exam Is Surviving the Wilderness, found on The Atlantic.
11. The Cavern of Lost Souls
A mountain of abandoned cars stacked underground in a disused mine, closed since the 1960s in Ceredigion, Wales. Captured by Glory of Disrepair.
12. Hitachi Seaside Park, Japan
Captured by Takumi.
13. A 1960s British spy movie that might be worth re-discovering
The Million Eyes of Sumuru 1967.