30 artistic examples of defaced money.
In a global first, a lucky Belgian competition winner has traveled into the depths of the black stuff in the first ever Guinness Deep Sea Bar.
Evelyne Gridelet, 30, of Seraing, Belgium, won the incredible trip in the futuristic custom-built Guinness submarine as part of the Guinness Experiences competition, held during the global Guinness 250 celebrations.
Along with her husband, Arnaud Splendore and sister, Virginie Gridelet, Evelyne was flown to Sweden for an unforgettable four-day trip to explore the remote island of Högmarsö in the Stockholm Archipelago. Set against a winter wonderland, the highlight of their adventure, which took place during the last week of January 2010, was travelling to the bottom of the Baltic Sea in the Guinness Deep Sea Bar which was designed and modified exclusively exclusively for the trip, and raising a glass to Arthur Guinness.
An artist has recreated a pub from the UK soap Coronation Street to celebrate the show's 50th anniversary.
The pub, which stand at 2.2m tall and 4.4m wide, was created by artist Lennie Payne. He used 135 loaves of bread, 26 crumpets and 24 pancakes. [via]
A selection of images showing the extravagant interior of the Burj Khalifa - the world's tallest building.
Tom Hill is a 23 year-old self-taught sculptor who creates life-size animal sculptures using nothing but recycled horseshoes.
His website shows a selection of his sculptures including horses, elephants, camels, birds, dogs and big cats.
Liu Bolin from Shandong, eastern China, uses his body as a blank canvas on which he paints to merge with whatever is behind him. You can view some of his work here.
A North Carolina man is facing criminal charges for creating an amusing piece of public art from construction barrels.
Joseph Carnevale destroyed three road blocking barrels, worth $360, by cutting and screwing them together to form a statue.
The Smoking Gun has more (along with a mugshot). [Thanks Tod]
Can't advertising companies come up with something original? [via]