The Swarovski Crystal World is a museum of crystals in Austria. Built half underground with an entrance right below a grass covered head with crystal glowing eyes that looks like something that came out of Doctor Evil’s Lair from Austin Powers.
"Originally devised as a gift to employees, collectors, customers and partners in honour of the 100th anniversary of the founding of Swarovski in 1995, Swarovski Crystal Worlds, conceived by André Heller have become a place where people from different backgrounds take pleasure in their astonishment that is as multi-faceted, spontaneous and unadulterated as crystal itself."
Etch-A-Sketch Art by George Vlosich III. If you’ve ever played with an etch-a-sketch you would know that the line that is used to create these images are continuous and one mistake can force the etch-a-sketch user to start from the beginning. This long, but fruitful process takes Vlosich an average of around 70-80 hours per piece.