Watch the war between USA and Germany .
The apocalyptic scene may appear to be straight from a
Muller turned River Street in Saskatchwan, Canada into a 3D painted river
An earlier piece saw him turn
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A little girl is pictured running down a painted street of water and molten lava in the German city of Geldern
Shark street art created by Edgar Muller in Hong Kong
Artist Muller gives the illusion of a man travelling down an escalator
The dramatic street art entitled The Crevasse by Edgar Muller
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Well if you are rich then it might be no problem at all, just pick it up if you like it, but what can a $2 million buy for an average incoming these days? Really wanna spend it on this stunning Koenigsegg CCXR carbon fiber supercar, lighter and harder than steel ?
Its for sale in Germany via global luxury marketplace JamesList with a price of €1,600,000, or about $2 million. The limited edition Swedish-made exotic features a 6 speed manual transmission and a 5.0 liter twin supercharged V8 engine producing 1,018 hp. It does 0-62 mph in 2.9 seconds with a top speed of over 250 mph.
The removable hardtop is stowable under the front hood lid, and the racy interior is finished in cherry red with color-matched leather carpets. Koenigsegg claims that no other supercar can match the CCXR Edition in terms of power-to-weight ratio, aerodynamic balance, downforce and chassis stiffness - not to mention sheer beauty.
Here is the Volkswagen’s Autotürme, or car towers in Wolfsburg, northern Germany. I've been to Germany but and actually standing outside this building. But I dont get in yet, wow, I didnt know that it is that awesome.
The car towers work like giant vending machines: As a new car arrives from the factory, it’s transported by robot to an empty storage slot in one of the towers; when a customer shows up to collect the car, the same robotic picking system fetches the vehicle, brings it down to ground level, and transfers it to the KundenCenter in the next building. Each tower holds up to 400 cars on 20 levels and can process a car every 45 seconds during peak times.
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Cityscope, an installation in Germany, is a very peculiar and interesting piece of art. It reflects fragmented views on the city and composes at the same time a three-dimensional image of the surrounding facades. The beholder becomes a part of the reflections as he moves around it. During the day the triangles covered with radiant foil reflect the surrounding cityscape in different colors (the color depends on the position of the beholder) At night the installation becomes transparent as it is lit from within. Cityscope lets people observe their surroundings in a different way. This is a pretty cool and very amusing installation.
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