Arrested Development Lego Set of the Day: Just when you thought the Arrested Development news couldn’t get any better, Lego builder Matt DeLanoy has created a Lego playset (complete with minifigs!) based on the recently-resurrected sitcom.
Structures include the Bluth home, the Bluth Company stair car, and the banana stand (money presumably not included).
The stair car is currently up for voting on Lego’s crowdsourced idea site, Cuusoo, and could be turned into an official Lego set if it gathers enough votes and meet the approval of Lego’s design jury.
Meanwhile, it’s probably safe to say that the Lego version of the Bluth house is better-constructed than the real thing.
The illustration for May in my Pride & Prejudice & Zombies calendar. Best so far. The caption reads, “Elizabeth lifted her skirt, disregarding modesty, & delivered a swift kick to the creature’s head.”
This Galaxy Garden is the world’s first large-scale, walk-through scale model of the Milky Way, mapped in living plants and flowers. Different plants represent stars, globular star clusters, and nebulae and are placed in their actual galactic locations. At the center of the garden is a fountain representing the black hole at the Milky Way’s heart. All the stars visible without lenses in Earth’s sky are one foot or less away from the Sun’s perch on a single leaf in the Galaxy Garden.
Garden by Jon Lomberg; Kite Aerial Photography by Pierre and Heidy Lesage
Fireflies on the Water by Yayoi Kusama (2002) consists of a small room lined with mirrors on all sides, a pool in the center of the space, and 150 small lights hanging from the ceiling, creating a dazzling effect of direct and reflected light, emanating from both the mirrors and the water’s surface. Too see in motion, check out the video (Here)
The sunrise casting Mt. Rainier’s shadow on the clouds by Nick Lippert
Incredible. Click through for more photos.