An Indian woman claims to be the world's most elderly dwarf - at 113 years-old.
Zeenat Bi, a resident of Bhopal, India, has government pension records stating she is 101 - but the feisty pensioner claims she is twelve years older.
The current record holder, according to Guinness World Records, is Lowell Deforest Mason, who was 74 years-old as of February this year.
The oldest living dwarf is Lowell Deforest Mason (USA) who was born on 14 August 1937 and currently resides in Missouri, USA. He is aged 74 years 6 months and 2 days as approved on 16 February 2012.
Lowell Mason is diagnosed with familial achondroplasia (congenital dwarfism).
Cool carved pumpkins by American sculptor Ray Villafane, and now he’s back with some new pumpkin faces!
His pumpkin carving career started back at Michigan School called Bellaire where he used to be an art teacher. Once he was asked to help out with Halloween decorations at school, and given a pumpkin to carve. Ray saw it as any another piece of clay as opposed to a large vegetable and by using his common clay carving tools, created his first artistic pumpkin. The kids loved it so much that they kept bringing him new pumpkins and Ray would get more and more creative.
This Simplified Bicycle designed by Josh Bechtel.
No chain means less moving parts and reduced complexity of the bike.
Optional “rear steering mode” allows sharper turns and “crab-riding”.
“Bicymple” - compact and lightweight bike that is easy to maintain.
This Cool electricity towers designed by ChoiShine architects look like giant people that hold overhead power lines.
If the project gets approved, existing transmission towers in Iceland will be modified and transformed into male and female statues.
Modular design will help minimize construction and maintenance costs.
Beautiful pylon figures will become monuments in the “Land of Giants”.
Inflatable bridge designed by AZC is equipped with large trampolines that allow people to bounce to the other side.
If the project gets approved, modern pedestrian bridge will be installed in Paris, France. Tourists and locals will jump across the Seine River.
Body paint artist Trina Merry transformed people into motorcycle sculptures.
Human bodies were positioned in different yoga poses that formed the shapes of dirt bikes, sport bikes, and cruiser motorcycles.
Creative project was commissioned by International Motorcycle Shows.
Eden hotel in Kaohsiung, Taiwan has a room that looks like Batman’s cave.
Batcave room is equipped with Dark Knight themed bed, TV, paintings, lamps, and mirrors.
Bat-Signal is on the ceiling and Batmobile is parked in the corner.