The US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has put together and released an amazing photo set showing us the smallest marine creatures living in our planet's seas and oceans. Read More >>
Most scientists discard the possibility of a disaster if Earth's magnetic field reverses, but that hasn't stopped French artist François Ronsiaux from creating these visualisations of one completely crazy apocalyptic scenario.
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 >>
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.
Dokoupil is a Czech artist who's been painting with soap for decades, mixing lye with pigments and using a wand to inflate massive bubbles over his canvases—which leave foamy, iridescent shapes behind after they pop.
It's always exciting to receive a message from a master like Vincent Laforet telling you about his new photos. Never in my life I've seen New York from this perspective, from this altitude, and with this stunning quality. I'm amazed.
With the right state of mind, enough time on your hands, and a can-do attitude/darkened worldview, your casual Wikipedia browsing can quickly devolve into hours spent among the site's weird, bizarre, and morbidly fascinating black holes.