A Nest Made For People And Other Amazing Photos Of The Week Including surreal pictures of food, a rarely seen "singing" dog, and more By Colin Lecher December 15, 2012 DIY SHARE Click to enter the gallery Reflective Bike It looks a little menacing in the photo, but this bike is here to help you out. A frame coating makes it super-reflective, and a dynamo-powered LED in the front lights the way. Composite Portraits Does something seem a little off about this portrait? It should. It was actually made from different photos stitched together to form one (semi-) cohesive image. See more of the work from French photographer Grégoire Cheneau over at American Photo. Food Cavern No, it’s not a surreal painting. Nadege Meriau takes photos of the inside of foods, and the results look like bizarre landscapes. We’re not sure what, exactly, this is: a pumpkin, maybe? Singing Dog The New Guinea singing dog (a relative of the Australian dingo) was thought to be extinct in its natural habitat, but a photographer recently snapped this rare photo in the remote Mandala Mountain of Indonesia. Laser-Cut Christmas Book This is a laser-cut Christmas book created by Japanese designer Yusuke Oono. It stretches out into a full circle and forms a holiday diorama when opened. iPhone Knife Task One is a Swiss army knife in an iPhone case. Need a screw tightened? A steak cut? No more will you have to go and find a completely different object than your phone. It’s right there. (Although, you know, plan your steak dinner more appropriately?) Two And A Half Years On-Screen Artist/programmer/designer Marcin Ignac created this infographic showing his computer use over 2.5 years. Each line is a day, and each color represents a different application. The black section is the time he wasn’t on. Read more about it here. The Color Room For the installation Chromosaturation, artist Carlos Cruz-Diez created a room with varying colors glowing down. When visitors walk through different rooms, they see their clothes and body change colors, too. News From Mariner 2 Fifty years ago today we received information from the Mariner 2 spacecraft as it flew past Venus. Although it only came within 21,600 miles, it offered the first nearby study of another planet. arts christmas designs DIY images MORE TO READ RELATED Tech Tats Longtime PopSci contributing editor Phil Torrone would like to give your gadget a tattoo. Torrone, who also runs the Make... READ NOW RELATED (Re)Kindling a Flame to Read Sure it’s Thanksgiving week and you’d expect any... RELATED The best ways to preserve your flowers Dry ‘em, press ‘em, and, uh... microwave ‘em?