"Used during Zeppelins 1977 tour. The six and twelve string for Ten Years Gone. The six string for The Battle of Evermore. The mandolin for Going to California."
"Portrait of Jesus using AI incorporating what we know of his ethnicity & culture for time and region"
"A Colt 38 revolver from 1938 that automatically takes a photo each time the guns trigger is pulled"
"Solar-powered lasers are installed in the Saudi desert to help guide the lost to water sources"
"Oldest known full deck of playing cards, circa 1470-1480"
"Marie Antoinette’s watch, took 40 years to produce, it was only finished 30 years after her execution"
"1937 Cadillac V-16 Series 90 Cabriolet"
"European Wolf Summer coat vs Winter coat"
"“Forever Always”, Octavio Ocampo, Paint, 1943"
"The original color of the Statue of Liberty was brown, like a penny."
"Coat color change on my Siamese, Lola — 1 month vs 8 years."
"There are so many different kinds of beans."
“I install so much flooring that it gave me a bald spot on my knee.”
“I got a negative fortune cookie.”
“My work ID has been in its plastic holder for so long that it has imprinted this ghostly image of my face.”
“Black tomatoes at my neighbor’s house.”
“The difference between a keyboard that was used for years and a brand new one.”
"This single Pringle"
“Queen Victoria has a new dress.”
“This is what 1,500 lbs of Skittles looks like.”
"Public toilets without that space below the door do exist!"
“It took me a year to make this. Take some time today to appreciate the world around you.”
“The difference between Ralph’s summer coat and his winter fluffies”
“This blue McDonalds I found in Arizona.”
“My wife’s and my oldest son’s eyes. He seems to have inherited the weirdness.”
“My daughter was a micro preemie. She looked like a house elf.”
"This is a close-up of a turtle’s skin."
“This is how they sign documents in China.”
“Wood ear fungus that really looks like an ear.”
“This is how woodpeckers eat walnuts.”
“The way they lay brick streets.”
“Japanese stairs in Tokyo show you how many calories you are burning.”
“I was today years old when I learned this is how peanuts grow.”
“This is how Canadian Mounties transport their big hats to make sure they don’t get damaged.”
“This is a chameleon’s foot.”
“This toilet in Japan has a place to put your child.”
“Number 4 is bad luck in China so they changed floor 44 to 43A in this building.”
“This is what Coca-Cola looks like in China.”
“A tiny brick flat in London.”
“The hotel I’m staying at has a frame on the mirror so you can’t see the reflection while you take a pee.”
“An anonymous person put tar patches between the road and the sidewalk so that cyclists have a smoother passage when crossing a street.”
“This salt flavored toothpaste in Thailand.”
“This whole wall is made of bowls.”
“A cone I picked up over a year ago will open and close with the weather.”
“At this airport, they have a machine that will print off free short stories for you to read while you wait!”
“Isolated storm in a clear sky, looks like a tree in the ocean.”
“Pine needles that formed in the shape of a bike”
“Found a 130-year-old recipe book while cleaning out grandma’s house.”
“My neighbor’s cucumber growing through this mesh fence.”
"The Rock coloring book"
“Post box in a hat (Bee bonnet).”
“My mother-in-law’s clothesline of fledging butterflies.”
"When your food order is from the 19th century:"
#45 Not an airport, but a bus or train station.
For Cantonese speakers, 14 and 24 are considered more unlucky than the individual 4, because 14 (Cantonese Yale: sahp sei) sounds like "will certainly die"