Did we mention that it's made of grass?...
Feast your eyes on Alaska's Susitna Glacier. Why does it look reddish? According to NASA, glaciers pick up bits of dirt and dust from the ground as they travel with tributaries toward larger rivers....
Stanford Kay's infographic is not only shaped like a footprint, but tells what kind of carbon footprint countries around the world are leaving. Click the image below to see who is using the most energy.
With the days getting warmer, don't you just want to bask in the sun and go for a swim in your backyard pool? We'll sure, but what about a customized pool shaped like a giant foot? Now we're talking.
Potholes are the worst. And, while you're waiting and waiting for the road crew to fill them, why not throw some colorful yarn at the problem? That's what Juliana Santacruz Herrera did at least. To temporarily ease the annoyance for bicyclists, drivers and distracted pedestrians, Juliana grabbed some brightly colored yarn and hit the streets — what is left is a fun, short-term way to make potholes disappear.
Who knew that this little green robot had a heart? But that's not all…there are at least 20 unique parts that make Android run. From a secret stash of donuts to his hydrochloric digestor, check out the image for more on everyone's favorite smartphone mascot.
Roll clouds may look a lot like a wonky sideways tornado, but don't worry…they aren't dangerous. They result from downdrafts during thunderstorms where clouds break away from each other and create this cool "rolling" effect. Check out the gallery below for more shots of this cloud as it passes over Toronto.
If you agree that the double helix is sadly absent from modern design, then look no further than Karim Rashid's DNA lighting. Created for the Italian manufacturing firm SLIDE, these spiral LEDs remind us that lighting can be fun.
Residents of Copenhagen, be on the lookout for the Sperm Bullitt. This little doozy is part of a green initiative by the Nordisk Cryobank (European Sperm Bank) to avoid using other, less efficient means of transportation. That's right, this bike actually carries sperm samples to Copenhagen fertility clinics. Happy Earth Day to all!
How do Linkedin and Tumblr stack up against MySpace and Friendster? Check out this infographic to see who is using which social networks and why....