Don"t fall in! Amazingly realistic 3D images on pavements across America and Europe

Don't fall in! Amazingly realistic 3D images on pavements across America and Europe | UPDATED: 19:58 GMT, 19 December 2012 From Piccadilly Circus to an incident at Waterloo this eye-opening 3D street art is probably the best on the planet. Not only do these incredible pastel drawings on pavements across the world look realistic by themselves – but when passers-by jump into the scene they take on a life of their own. As well as his London creations, U.S.

Don"t call the police, it"s only art: Bizarre mannequin "hoodies" invade the streets of Rome

Don't call the police, it's only art: Bizarre mannequin 'hoodies' invade the streets of RomeUS artist Mark Jenkins has created the street installations to 'get people to look up from their mobile phones'He has placed hooded mannequins poking out of bins, playing tug of war, and apparently fired at a darts board | UPDATED: 19:39 GMT, 9 December 2012 An army of sinister hoodies appear to have invaded Rome. But closer inspection reveals that the strange figures are in fact mannequins styled in bizarre positions

A beacon of realism in a sea of greens

A beacon of realism in a sea of greens | UPDATED: 23:50 GMT, 4 December 2012 In an ideal world, no Chancellor in his right mind would propose a ‘dash for gas’ as the answer to Britain’s energy needs. As green activists are quick to point out, unrenewable gas is far from the cleanest of fuels – and the new power stations planned by George Osborne will end any hope of meeting legally-binding targets on carbon emissions. They will also leave us at the mercy of fluctuating global prices and the often volatile regimes that supply our gas