Inspired by the vintage Jag e-type of the 1960s, the Jaguar XKX concept finds a modern balance between pure muscle and supreme elegance. The design returns to the total smoothness of the brand’s original models with soft, fluid lines that dip and curve into one another like liquid. Vintage inspiration combined with highly advanced tech (I.E. – an outer skin that recharges the battery) make this one fierce kitty.
With a much smaller and cooler power plant than conventional models, the aerodynamics were conceived in a new innovative way. The side deflector intakes of the front are broader so a much less air gets stuck by the engine- instead, it flows behind the front wheels, moving behind them and sliding along the doors before taking another shortcut through the rear wheels and out from the large rear openings. This greatly reduces the total flowing path and subsequently drag.
A woman gave birth on the street
Shock caused a picture from a suburb of Berlin Wilmersdorf. It is visible to the woman allegedly gave birth to the child directly at the roadside. Before it – the man kneeling with a newborn in her arms. Nearby another lady holds her head in childbirth. Behind – a hastily parked car with the door open.
Here's another creative advertisement by Russia-based Alfa-Bank to highlight their "Honesty Pays" tagline. An attractive woman with a sexy dress walks into an elevator and sensing that the man was staring at her bare back asked if he liked the dress. He casually and honestly says that the dress is not suitable for her. She proceeds to drop her dress, much to his delight. Again, honesty pays :)
House Where You Will Survive the End of the World
This house is located in the Adirondack State Park, New York. It's on sale for $1.75 million. It was built decades ago when every one was afraid of the nuclear war. It has area of 2,000 square feet (186 square meters) above ground and another 2,300 square feet (213 square meters) under the ground.
Great Chinese Toilet Wall
Another example of modern Art. At the festival of ceramics in China was built a giant wall of bowls and sinks. It’s 328 ft (100 m) long and 16.4 ft (5 m) high.