This is new to me but love it. Has anyone else seen this or ridden it in person? (Anyone here, not anyone there :) ) Image via http://www.flickr.com/photos/finbar/ on Flickr
Almost like a magical Matryoshka doll, the ornate and stately rooms of the Szabo Ervin Library are part of a 19th-century aristocrat's mansion hidden inside Budapest's Central Library. Sink into an armchair, pull out a leather-bound book, and lose yourself in the quiet and chandelier light.
Alnwick Poison Gardens Alnwick, England Though it may seem like the setting of an Agatha Christie novel, this deadly garden is a very real, very lush pocket of poison paradise. Don't be fooled by the siren's song—many of the garden's most beautiful plants remain barred or caged in order to prevent visitors from an accidental encounter with death. —Blake Olmstead, Lead Designer
Starting May 27 and continuing until September 3, 2012, the Museum of Contemporary Art (or MOCA) in Los Angeles will be presenting Ends of the Earth: Land Art to 1974, the first large-scale, historical-thematic exhibition to deal broadly with land art. There will be works by more than 80 artists from all around the world …