When will the world look like this? I am tired of all the dull glass creations around my town. Our Guggenheim in NYC is pretty swell, but it doesn't look like a spaceship like the one in Villnius, Lithuania does. Dang.
Maybe this is what all those people looking up at the sky are doing. It's one big scavenger hunt where we all have to find each letter. Now I realize one of those things that I have been missing: I don't think I have ever spotted a single letter by looking at how buildings rest against the sky. I better get cracking.
Why live in a home like everyone elses? Surely, there are numerous discarded things that would make a swell home, or at least a swell clubhouse. This woman lives in a jet plane (a Boeing 727), and it cost here far far less than a normal house would. The original rest rooms still work, and the fold down stairs evidently work with a garage door opener. She's even put a jacuzzi bath tub into the cockpit. If you are in Benoit, Mississippi, stop by and say "hi!". (tip WebUrbanist)
I like to think my son loves bizarre buildings, but I know I love showing them to him. As many as there are, I want more, more, more! I do know he's an excellent LEGO builder so all the viewing I subject him to has got to have some benefit for the boy.