A whole new world!
Watch an artist turn scrap metal into animal sculptures. Read more >>
With the clever use of a strobe light, artist John Edmark has created sculptures that move like weird computer animations but are actually real, 3D objects.
The patterns that come out when bubbles freeze are so cool. Read more >>
Meet Wilfrid Wood. He’s an artist who specialises in sculpting heads and figures that are never boring, because they go far beyond the safe and traditional look many of us are used to seeing. Read More >>
With a bit of strategic contact with certain objects, you can easily fool kids and probably even trick your drunk friend into thinking you can control objects through invisible forces.
When you can’t rely on a computer to improve (or fake) a movie scene, you have to improvise.
Furbies are little monsters so let's burn them all.
This glorious video uses footage taken from microscopes or macro shots to illustrate all the seasons we have on this planet. Read More >>
It's not like a normal film where everything gets filmed, and then they have to work out what goes where.
Imagine how this place must feel if you were tripping.
I always enjoy watching Pranay Patwardhan’s short animation summaries of the previous year because I can’t wait to see what event happens to morph into what animation next.
Action movies seem to make all actresses do the same move during a fight scene: the 'between-the-legs' takedown. Read More >>
There are two types of people in this world. People like Adam Hillman, an artist who sees colorful patterns and gradients in random objects, and the rest of us dull schmucks.
The Backyard Scientist strapped a kitchen knife to some homemade sugar rockets, then put it on a track sprayed with graphite lubricant so it could murdercut things. Read More >>
This thing is a total beast, and I wish I lived out in the country so I could use it.
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