Warning: do not attempt to use these pieces to fly. You cannot fly.
Visions of the Universe exhibit showcases captivating cosmic images
Don’t call them cubes; The Sugar Lab’s 3-D printed sugar sculptures are actually up to 10 inches high — way more than you want in your coffee —
New York City, Summer 1939. Rarely seen recently surfaced amateur movie, filmed by a French tourist, Jean Vivier, in 16mm Kodachrome. Great conservation state and incredible quality!
Way out on the edge of the Painted Desert in Arizona, 70-year-old Californian artist James Turrell has spent the past three decades excavating a 389,000-year-old extinct volcano. Roden Crater, as it’s known, is Turrell’s magnum opus.
Discover the hidden features and intricate interior of this cabinet.
Can a person disappear in plain sight? That’s the question Liu Bolin‘s remarkable work seems to ask. The Beijing-based artist is sometimes called “The Invisible Man” because in nearly all his art, Bolin is front and center — and completely unseen.
In honor of the iconic science fictoin franchise's latest film "Star Trek: Into Darkness" — set for release on May 17 — IBM has unveiled amazing new photos crafted from the microscopic movements of single carbon atoms.
For the Red Bull Illume international action and adventure sports photo contest, photographer and light painter, Patrick Rochon, came up with a particularly impressive photo shoot. Not only did he capture expert wakeboarders in action.....
A real Warner Bros. cartoon made with today's technology – and with all of the old humor.
And get your own, via Kickstarter.
Who would have thought about creating models of trucks, excavators and other industrial vehicles, from matches? Beside Djordje Balac of Croatia, of course. He builds incredibly accurate replicas of industrial vehicles with thousand of matchsticks. Hi
A painting donated to Britain's National Trust by the estate of a wealthy supporter has been identified as a Rembrandt self-portrait worth 20 million pounds ($30 million), the heritage body said Monday.
With this video, we merely wanted to give you a slideshow of Jayel's work, to prepare you for the video to follow. Most of the photos are from the series he calls "The Harsh Desert".
It involves the use of a laser, interference, diffraction, light intensity recording and suitable illumination of the recording.
hysicists at Argonne National Laboratory in Lemont, Ill., trained their hard X-ray nanoprobe at Picasso's painting "The Red Armchair," completed in 1931, which they borrowed from the Art Institute of Chicago. The nanoprobe instrument can "see" d
Jeremy Dahl (Marketing Director for Third Floor Labs, which did the graphic design for A Noble Lie and State of Mind) on using his love of freedom thru art. - Tarrin Lupo (author: Pirates of Savannah) from Liberty Forum - L. Neil Smith (science ficti
A mural by famed street artist Banksy is up for sale at a Miami auction house after the work, and a chunk of the North London wall it was spray-painted on, vanished late last week. Who owns the mural is unclear, and how it ended up in Miami
The weekend at Northstar ski resort in Truckee, California, is beautiful, sunny, and in the 30s. For eight teams of snow carvers from around the world, though, it’s terrible — the melty snow is sloppy, hard to carve, and even dangerous.
Review from the World Bodypainting Festival, 2012 in Austria
We were blown away by Solve Media's holiday card this year.
6 Minutes of Stuff Getting Destroyed in Super Slow Motion CollegeHumor video
World Championship Blacksmiths' Competition Eagle Eye Class Competitors had ten seconds to look at a foot then they were given 25 min. to make a 3/4 fullered heartbar.
David Binder is a major Broadway producer, but last summer he found himself in a small Australian neighborhood, watching locals dance and perform on their lawns -- and loving it.
Geoffrey McGann, 49, is an artist and the creative director of a media production company called Generator Content. It appears that he was too creative for those folks at TSA. The California artist was arrested at Oakland International Airport becaus
Images Of The Week, November 12-16, 2012
Five hundred years in the future, humans will have spread across the Solar System, establishing thriving colonies on many worlds, moons, and planetoids, and transforming themselves as they adapt to new environments.
Louie Schwartzberg is an award-winning cinematographer, director, and producer whose notable career spans more than three decades providing breathtaking imagery for feature films, television shows, documentaries and commercials
First, we brought you RoboZoo. And while mechanical animals are cool, we still love paper. So we rounded up an ark-full of origami bears, birds and bugs.
An ancient Buddhist statue that a Nazi expedition brought back from Tibet shortly before World War II was carved from a meteorite that crashed on Earth thousands of years ago. What sounds like an Indiana Jones movie plot appears to have actually t