At just 17-years-old, Zayd Menk is going viral with an incredible project he submitted in his art class. Taking a little over 3 months to complete, the young artist from Zimbabwe meticulously constructed a .0635:100 scale model of midtown Manhattan using recycled electronics.
Tapping maple trees is a tradition spanning hundreds of years.
For centuries, artists and artisans have turned to gold leaf as a way to make their creations shimmer and shine.
Some kids just won’t sleep in their own bed—they much prefer the coziness of their parents’ bunk. Grownups who want some privacy have to get creative to ensure that their offspring will spend the night in their room. Redditor Dericrw and his wife certainly sweetened the deal with their version of a Star Wars bedroom. Together, they built a sleeping pod modeled after the Millennium Falcon.
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