Flat when not in use, this ‘piano hanger’ features wooden ‘keys’ that can be pulled out at different heights to hang as much or as little as you may need.
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Grains of sand magnified 250 times.
A very neat idea for a magazine rack – store your mags inside the ‘house’ and rest the one you’re currently reading on top.
A very, very long exposure photograph of a thunderstorm by Chris Kotsiopoulos.
Great photographs at nytimes.com by Jamey Stillings of the construction of the Hoover Dam Bypass bridge, Colorado.
An interesting little collection of playing card designs at www.brainpickings.org. Most intriguing is the Mayan-inspired deck from Soviet Russia.
Take a picture of a picture from the past in the present. That’s the idea behind this tumblr, which invites people to submit photos from their past, re-photographed in the same place. Some are mawkish, some are really quite sweet.
Kazuya Morita Architecture Studio designed this bookshelf-lined house in Osaka for a collector of books on Islamic history, designing a structure where books could line every surface.
A letter to Martin Scorsese from his idol Michael Powell, describing his feelings towards the Goodfellas script.
New York City’s High Line added a second section recently, which now makes the park – created from a neglected 1.45 mile-long elevated railway on the west side of Manhattan – span three neighbourhoods, becoming the most visited tourist destination in NYC.