Remember the polyorama posts we had before on Neatorama? You know, a series of cards that can be placed in any order, thus forming an "endless landscape" ...
Here's another one: a series of paintings by Alice Angus, put on magnets, no less.
18 magnets, from a set of paintings by artist Alice Angus, to arrange in any order and create an endless journey of continuous, shifting panoramas. Part fact and part fiction, the Endless Landscape plays with geography and history. It is littered with improbable landscapes, ghostly evocations and historical anomalies. Phantoms of a WW2 Barrage Balloon, the Montgolfiers' 1783 hot air balloon, the 1903 Spencer Airship No2 and Amy Johnson's de Havilland DH60 Gipsy Moth in which she flew to Australia in 1930, share the sky with Concorde and geese flying south.
Link - Thanks Alice!