Tuesday, November 30, 2010
Mr. Hou is an average Joe who recently became popular thanks to a few photos of his chalk art being posted on Chinese forums.
The first photos of Mr. Hou’s 3D chalk art first appeared late last month, and Chinese netizens quickly gave him the nick name “Chalk God” and compared him to the architects from the sci-fi blockbuster Inception, for his ability to create unbelievably realistic-looking landscapes.
Because his works first appeared on a Chinese forum, his identity had to be dug-up by the media, and everyone was surprised to discover the talented chalk artist was just an average citizen who exercised his talents for the fun of his little boy. The humble Mr. Hou said he doesn’t believe his artwork are that impressive, but actually the ideas behind them.
Posted by Deepa at 1:56 PM
Monday, November 29, 2010
Qeswachaka Bridge at the southern province of Canas in Cuzco in Peru is 120 feet (36.6m) long. it's build out of special grass that is called Qoya. It has to be rebuilt every year.
Posted by Deepa at 1:20 PM