We all had Ocean Eyes for Owl City’s first major album, and began to see All Things Bright And Beautiful after his secoand, is it time to pay a visit to The Midsummer Station? Adam Young of Owl City has revealed the cover art for his new album that is yet to be released. He did so in an odd but fan favorite way, he let them reveal the cover bit by bit through a challenge he presented them. The cover is now public and of course the fans are in awe of the majestic beauty derived from the scene on the cover for his next album. The date is set and August 14, 2012 the world will be able to enjoy yet another journey provided by the tunes created by Owl City.
Major world cities can finally be in your hands with 4D CityScape puzzles! In more than one way, this puzzle series brings new dimensions to a puzzling hobby. Two foundational layers create a geographical map of a particular city. A third layer
brings an element of time, so to speak. While referring to an included Time Poster that features the date of each major building, you get a fascinating look at the evolution and development of the city you’re assembling!
New York, Chicago, London, D.C., Toronto, and Vegas are some of the metropolises offered in this award-winning puzzle collection. Hong Kong, Tokyo, Paris, Berlin, and Sydney are the newest models. They are sold internationally in stores and online. Choose where to buy to find a store near you or an online retailer. 4D Cityscape fans can stay connected through Youtube, Facebook, and Twitter.
4D Cityscape products are puzzles, history lessons, and a complete city replica. They make great gifts and souvenirs, especially for the traveler and history buff. For the kids or the puzzle hobbyist, these bring a new kind of fun and challenge, along with a learning experience. 4D CityScape practically makes the world your own!
Remember that third grade field trip when everyone walked through the quiet halls of the local museum or art center, clutching the hand of your travel buddy, and staring at all of the paintings in awe? There was so much to see but never touch! The founders of Made in Museum remember that trip. They remembered the urge to touch the art so well, they created the art cube, a cube that has a different famous painting on each side. There are cubes for every genre of art imaginable and all available for very low prices. The best part however is that a portion of the proceeds from each sale is used to keep museum doors open. More kids can go on that tell-tale field trip and be amazed at how something so mundane as a brush and paint can create something so incredibly beautiful.