A long time ago in a galaxy filled with hallucinogenic drugs, Hungary's classic 'Star Wars' posters were absolutely insane. Here are a few out-of-this-world pieces madder than a three-bladed lightsaber. Read More >>
Illustrator Ron Miller imagined how the Earth would look if it had Saturn's rings, and how their appearance would change from different parts of the globe. The result is a fascinating view that surely makes anyone wish we had such a spectacular view encompassing our globe.
It's only when you see the size of the game world in both GTA 5 and 2004's San Andreas laid bare that you start to appreciate a few things you might have otherwise missed. Watch these two new brilliant videos that show off the games' differences.
ILM was the master of oil matte painting, making audiences believe that some of the sets in the original Star Wars and Indiana Jones trilogy were real when they weren't. They were the work of geniuses like Chris Evans, Mike Pangrazio, Frank Ordaz, Harrison Ellenshaw, and Ralph McQuarrie.
Inspired by the naturally occurring mathematical Fibonacci sequences found in pine cones and sunflowers, a researcher designed and 3D-printed these sculptures that appear come to life—with bizarre undulating animations—when filmed spinning using a strobe light or video camera with a high-speed shutter.