Goussainville-Vieux Pays, about 12 miles north of Paris, functioned as a small, quaint farming village. But when Charles de Gaulle Airport opened in the 1970s, residents found themselves living right underneath the flight path. Most fled the noise, leaving a ghost town behind.
Al Pacino and Robery Deniro
Forget your fancy latte with a heart in the foam. This Japanese sushi chef, who goes by the elusive name of Tama-Chan (a recently beloved bearded seal “mascot” of Japan) is using sushi as a blank canvas to make incredible art.
Tama-Chan seems to specialize in famous paintings, such as Edvard Munch’s “Scream” and Johannes Vermeer’s “Girl with a Pearl Earring.” He also likes to play around with landscapes, popular symbols and yes, cats.
A collection of funny and good looking stuff.