Lego’s Architecture series gives adult fans the perfect excuse to keep buying the building toy—because they appreciate the design of the buildings, not because they secretly wanted to build spaceships. And while the new Lego Big Ben isn’t officially part of the Architecture line, at 23-inches tall it’s still an…
Check out this arresting series of images by photographer Christian Ruhm. The German artist created these wibbly wobbly pieces with multiple exposures (no post-processing work here) — a simple photographic technique that gives rise to a striking take on some of the world's most iconic architectural landmarks.
The Big Ben is leaning! Not as much as the Tower of Pisa, but you can see it with the naked eye. Right now, it's at an inclination of 1.64 feet at its highest point. And it's getting worse.
Tomorrow, Brits will vote on a new prime minister, with the results being projected on the landmark tower known as Big Ben, in real time. It's not the first time projections have been beamed, but it'll be interactive at least.