More than 120 Santas from all over the world have come to the annual three-day World Santa Claus Congress in Denmark’s Copenhagen. july 18 – july 20 2011
Santas will parade across Copenhagen, take a bath in the Baltic Sea and discuss such essential X-mas issues as chimney diameters and reindeer parking
Luxury camping doesn’t need to be experienced at some snobby retreat– you can take your show on the road and pick your own path with the Crystal Bubble Portable Home.
This luxurious and contemporary shelter can be raised on any flat surface in moments, thanks to a silent pump that fills the crystal bubble to its peak. With a clear plastic shell, this bubble provides unparalleled, 360-degree views of the wild world around you while sheltering you from the elements.
It’s available in a few models, some of which include privacy walls and clear roofs, starting at less than 8,000 euros each.
The Marina Bay Sands casino in Singapore will soon open the ArtScience Museum. Welcoming the concept of a Hand with 10 “fingers” of the museum around a round base, revealingfor each finger a different gallery. A building designed by Safdie Architects
A precise and beautiful full size replica of the 2011 Ferrari 150º Italia Steering Wheel as used by Fernando Alonso and Felipe Massa in the 2011 F1 Championship. This fine piece is made from real carbon fibre, faultlessly laminated to the same standard as the real steering wheel.
This fantastic replica Model comes in a protective case with its own display base and cover and is completely handmade and produced using the same data as supplied and used by Ferrari.
It can be yours today for about 2.000 euro – link
The New MCLK12 McIntosh mantle clock is a celebration of time while being a tribute to Classic McIntosh design.
Constructed with the same sized faceplate and meters as used in the latest McIntosh stereo power amplifiers, MCLK 12 demonstrates the same easy to read visual interface. Blue meter lighting may be switched from the front panel or controlled by other McIntosh components. The hour and minute hands cover a twelve and sixty minute arc respectively. Both hands ‘fly-back’ in a retrograde fashion when they reach the end of their scale. MCLK12 is the ultimate fun way to monitor the passing of time