What We Love This Week, Volume LXIV

Published May 9, 2014
Updated September 30, 2014
Published May 9, 2014
Updated September 30, 2014
Upside Down Houses Jumping

Source: The Atlantic

The World’s Most Illustrious Upside Down Houses

Upside Down Table

Source: The Atlantic

Lewis Carroll would have a field day. Bringing the topsy turvy and fantastical to life through brick, mortar and a little extra engineering, upside-down houses have been popping up around the world over the past several years. From China to Russia to Germany, while we can’t promise that The Atlantic’s photos won’t give you vertigo, we can assure you that they will absolutely fascinate you.

Upside Down Construction

Source: The Atlantic

Moving Movie Posters, The Future Of Advertising

Admit it: half the reason movie posters still exist today is so cinephiles can put them in overpriced frames and hang them in their homes to remind all guests of their superior tastes. The future, though, is brighter and far less pretentious. We give you animated movie posters, blending the movement of film with the single-frame sleekness of the traditional movie poster. It might take a while for these suckers to appear across the country, but in the meantime you can delight in The Roosevelts’ lovely spread.

Stunning Images From This Year’s GDPT Nature Photographer Of The Year Contest

GDT Nature Photographers Illuminated Bug

Source: The Guardian

Held annually by the Society of German Wildlife Photographers, this year’s GDT Nature Photographer of the Year winners succeeded in highlighting the natural in its most sublime form. Zooming in on the lace-like intricacies of dragonfly wings or capturing the azure of whitewater tides, the winners of this year’s contest could make even the most severe agoraphobics want to take a hike. Check out all the winners at The Guardian.

GDT Nature Photographers Seal

Source: The Guardian

GDT Nature Photographers Snow Pine

Source: The Guardian