Oct 18

This surreal architectural sculpture, entitled Take My Lightning But Don’t Steal My Thunder, is a mind-blowing piece in which a section of a building appears to be levitating in mid-air. Created by British artist and designer Alex Chinneck, the large-scale optical illusion will be on display in London’s Covent Garden piazza through October 24, 2014.

Mashable compiled a hilarious collection of one-star Yelp reviews of majestic national parks.

Shironeko (“White Cat”), also known as Kagoneko (“Basket Cat”), is a Turkish Van cat who is known for his perpetually sleepy and happy expressions, his habit of curling up in small baskets, and his amazing ability to balance various objects on his head. The 12-year-old kitty lives in Japan with his human and other feline friends.

Jason deCaires Taylor recently installed Ocean Atlas, a huge underwater sculpture depicting young local girl holding up the ceiling of the ocean, off the coast of Nassua in the Bahamas. Constructed using sustainable pH neutral materials, the colossal piece is meant to serve as an artificial reef for marine life.

Oct 16

Minimalist, surreal illustrations by artist SHOUT, available in his new book.

Portuguese street artist Odeith recently created this amazing tribute to Bob Marley in Quinta do Mocho. The enormous mural, which took the artist a few days to complete, is an extraordinary, monochromatic portrayal of the legendary singer.

Artist Carol Milne crafts knitted sculptures made entirely out of glass.

Photographer Fred Lyon captured spectacular, black-and-white photos of San Francisco in the 1940s and ’50s. 

Oct 15

In 1988, Gunther Holtorf and his wife Christine set off in their car “Otto” on a monumental road trip that would span 26 years, 177 countries, and nearly 550,000 miles (885,139 km). Read their story here.

German photographer Sven Fennema captures kaleidoscopic photos of abandoned buildings in a full 360 degrees.

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