The huge Guatemala Sinkhole, which arose following the tropical storm in Central America over the last couple of days, has sucked up a house and a three-story building in the vicinity. The Guatemala Sinkhole is just one of a series of tragic natural disasters that has hit in 2010 and killed hundreds of people.
Implications - You may be surprised to see that holes are quite popular in both fashion and architecture. Some other great hole finds include the comfortable face-hole chairs to lounge at the beach and hole-covered sneakers to rock out a badass rubbery style.
This collection features all hole-inspired features, from Rabbit Hole Hostels to Bullet Hole Tees.
A Collection Inspired by the Guatemala Sinkhole
Allison Love — June 2, 2010 — World
The EVA Sneakers Would Make Poor Rain Shoes
Bullet Hole Tees
Terence Koh's Capsule T-Shirt Collection for Opening Ceremony
Hole in the Head Shots
Calvin Hollywood Amazes with 'Portfolio 2009'
Black Hole Shoots
'Natural Beauty' by Monica Antonelli Says, "Who Needs a Backdrop?"
Bullet Hole Shirts
Fashion on a Rampage
Face Hole Chairs
The Ostrich 3-in-1 Chair Makes Tanning a Breathable Breeze
Disturbing Pin Hole Cameras
Belger Uses Bones, Organs & HIV + Blood
Dark Hole Photoshoots
Karen Collins 'Darkness Falls' Makes Autumn Look Sexy
Hole Punch Rugs
The 'Dark Side of the Moon' Carpet Features Laser Cut Craters
MON Factory/House in Gojo Japan Plays With Light
Fake Urban Holes
HP Guerrilla Photopaper Campaign
Rabbit Hole Hostels
Matteo Thun Designs Eco-Friendly Underground Hotel
Bullet Hole Inktography
The Badlands Photoshoot is a Tattoo Fiends Apocalyptic Dream
The Black Hole Concept Phone for 2020 Has a Levitating Mouse Ball
Underground House in Seoul by Byoung Cho