Leonardo da Vinci's Last Supper depicts Jesus' final dinner in his last days, which was a very somber and serious factual event. It's no surprise than why so many artists are inspired by the famous painting from the 15th century. There are always a lot of intriguing facts and mysterious findings in da Vinci's works of art, and this mural is no exception.
Aled Lewis has a wicked sense of humour. He creates cheeky scenes from plastic toys, imbuing his sedentary subjects with lively quips. It’s all for his ongoing project, Make Something 365, in which he is attempting to create something new every day of the year.
Slip the surly bonds of earth with a folded sheet of A4.
Excellent step by step instructions:
Gilder, Glider 2, Silke, Canard, Delta, Little Nicky, Gomez, Locked, Hawkeye, Triplane, Needle, Shuttle
Fantastic Collection (200+) of Military Aircraft Pictures : US Air Force, Fighter Jets , Bombers, Stealth, Helicopters, Attack, Special aircraft, etc
Clumsy flamingo takes an undignified tumble as he wades through pool.
Whack Your Boss actually allows you to get rid of your boss in twenty gory and bloody ways. Some of these you may have envisioned while others you may not have even considered, but once you start playing the game and whacking your boss, you will definitely stay until you have explored all twenty ways.
The next time you are sitting in your corner of the office, in your cubicle, or wherever your hard working days are spent and the boss has done the dirty deed again, making you redo work, told you that overtime is mandatory, or that you have to work over the weekend, just start whacking your boss by playing this game.
19 Badass Movie Cars
The evil car in the film was a customized 1971 Lincoln Continental Mark III designed by famed customizer George Barris, who also designed the "Munster Koach" from The Munsters and the original "Batmobile" used in the 1966 television series Batman.
There were six cars built in six weeks for the filming and all were destroyed during production. Supposedly, a seventh car was built later and displayed for a time at Universal Studios, but was eventually given back to Barris, who later sold it to a private collector in the 1980s.