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From Viking fire festivals to animals with human mouths, we take a look at the most weird and wonderful pictures doing the rounds on the internet this week
We know Fabien Merelle's 'Pentateugue' statue is just an illusion... But we prefer to imagine it's real! The work is on display at the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore.
Okay, so there's a new entry on our 'places we have to visit' list: Atlantic Road in Norway. Stunning! Picture: Fascinating Pictures
You could play chess on Matt Gone's face! Matt is posing as part of the opening of the five day Expo Tattoo festival in Venezuela.
We're half expecting James Bond to stealthily crawl into frame here! Portland Harbor looks so cinematic clouded by arctic sea-smoke.
The Make Up For Ever Party in Paris had a host of fascinating designs that just scream 'weird and wonderful!'
One word: wow. Picture: Fascinating Pictures
Some of the designs at the Make Up For Ever Party at Palais De Tokyo in Paris were harder to spot than others...
Ice, ice baby! We love the way the water froze on this fountain in New York's Bryant Park.
The masks at the carnival parade in Bad Saulgua, Germany are really quite something.
We would SO love to be swimming with this turtle right now. Picture: Fascinating Pictures
When we wake up in the morning, there's nothing we love doing more than personally ensuring that the sun rises... Picture: Fascinating Pictures
Giddy up! Runners take the water jump in The Elite Racing Club Novices' Limited Handicap Steeple Chase at Wincanton racecourse.
Okay, so these pictures have had us in fits of laughter in the office. Picture: Lucybarfoot.co.uk
Artist Lucy Barfoot came up with the idea of superimposing human mouths on pictures of animals... Love it. Picture: Lucybarfoot.co.uk
This puppy even has human eyes, too! Picture: Lucybarfoot.co.uk
We just love this beautiful tribute to Mahatma Gandhi in New Delhi, India. Flowers decorate the footprints that mark his last steps to commemorate the anniversary of his death.
Just the two of us: Sleepbox Hotel Tverskaya in Russia has special two-person sleepboxes, not rooms!
The Jarl Squad parade lights up the streets of Lerwick during the Up Helly Aa Viking fire festival in Shetland.
We love Max Roberts' Alternative Tube Map with straight lines and circles, taken from his book 'Underground Maps Unravelled'.
No, he's not making shadow puppets! A Hayward Gallery employee poses for photographers inside artist Anthony McCall's installation entitled 'You and I, Horizontal' at the gallery in London.
Taking Origami to a whole new level: artist Joan Sallas has a new exhibition caked 'Folded Beauty: Masterpieces in Linen'. The exhibition explores the lost art of linen folding with the sort of designs that might would have adorned
It might look like a turkey, but don't try to eat Joan Sallas' linen creation!
We're going to need a bigger coat hanger… We love Ulrika Runius' innovate designs, as seen at the Beckmans College of Design show at Mercedes-Benz Stockholm Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2013.
Don't scream… It's only street art! Picture: Fascinating Pictures
Massimo Bartolini's 'La strada di sotto' (The Street below) encourages visitors to visualise Sicilian street celebrations. It's part of the Studio Matters +1 event at Edinburgh's Fruitmarket Gallery.
This isn't a bushtucker trial... Kirsty Smith puts a cricket in her mouth during the launch of the 2013 Edinburgh International Science Festival at the National Museum. The future themed program explores the idea of 'future foods' like crickets and other insects! Could you see yourself eating insects? We're not sure we could...
These Playmobil toy figures, on display at the 64th International Toy Fair in Nuremberg, Germany, show the 'ceremonial driving down of cattle from the mountain pastures into the valley in autumn'.