“Abandoned Lighthouse to disappear by 2023.”

Rubjerg Knude Lighthouse, Northern Jutland, Denmark.
This lighthouse was built on the top of a cliff in 1900 and ceased operating in 1968.
With coastal erosion and continually shifting sands a major problem in the area, it is anticipated that by 2023 the cliff will have been eroded so far that the lighthouse will fall into the sea.
Image Credit: Photograph by Elisabeth Coelfen/Dreamstime
Source: Abandoned places: the worlds we’ve left behind – in pictures | Travel | The Guardian

“Atmospheric Art by Martensen”.

Peter-Martensen7Peter Martensen is a fine art painter residing and working out of Hellerup, Copenhagen.
The artist is a graduate of the Academy of Fine Arts in Odense, Denmark who creates paintings in bleak and atmospheric moods set in a beautifully surreal, dream-like state
See more Images via Peter Martensen | EMPTY KINGDOM.

Are these trains about to take over the world?

Michael Knudsen, a photographer from Denmark, has captured what looks like the beginning of the robot rebellion.
The stunning image shows three trains stationed side by side, their carriages appearing like the bodies of mechanical snakes.
What’s more eerie, though, are their headlights glowing like red fiery eyes staring right at us!
The photo, went viral on the Bored Panda Facebook page.
Knudsen has an entire photography series on the trains and their depot, some of which you can see below.




Via Bored Panda
Source: These trains in Denmark look like they’re about to take over the world

“Kallur Lighthouse”.

kallur-lighthouse-view_85707_990x742Photograph by Grégoire Sieuw, National Geographic Your Shot
From a northern promontory on the Faroe island of Kalsoy, the Kallur lighthouse boasts a panoramic view of the sea and neighboring islands.
About a hundred people inhabit four villages on remote Kalsoy, one of 18 islands making up the North Atlantic archipelago.
Sieuw’s picture recently appeared in Your Shot’s Daily Dozen.

via Kallur Lighthouse Image, Faroe Islands.



For many years the Danish studio Monstrum makes the life of parents of their country a little easier by creating unique playgrounds.
Moreover, each one of them is different.


See more via Amazingly Imaginative Playgrounds by Monstrum » Design You Trust.

“In the Greenhouse”.


Artist Susanne Ussing (1940–1998) was a Danish visual artist and architect who worked in a variety of different mediums from photography and ceramics to large-scale installations and sensory exhibitions.

One of her most impactful pieces was this 1980 installation titled I Drivhuset (In the Greenhouse) that was installed at the Ordrupgaard Museum in Copenhagen. The sculpture depicts a female figure who has seemingly grown too large for (or has become trapped by) a very tall glass greenhouse.

Constructed from newspaper clippings, wood, and metal chimney vents, the figure is so large that her feet seem to penetrate the brick floor below. If Colossal had a physical manifestation, I imagine it would look almost exactly like this.

A retrospective of Ussing’s work titled “an Exhibition in the Midstream between Dream and Prosaic Reality” is being held in the Den Frie in Denmark.

Image courtesy Carsten Hoff. (via Carnival of Dogs)

via In the Greenhouse: A Towering Figure Enclosed Within a Glass Greenhouse by Susanne Ussing | Colossal.