Photographer Amos Chapple returns to our site once once again, bringing amazing images from the state of Meghalaya, India, reportedly the rainiest spot on Earth.
The Taser Photoshoot Original.
Shouts, giggles and selfies. Mildly titillating and lots of fun, bouncing around on giant inflatable boobs is the hit attraction of a hot and steamy New York summer.
Mystery solved? A pair of artists in Berlin said they were the ones who pulled off the stunt of the summer, hoisting two big all-white flags atop the Brooklyn Bridge last month, swapping them for the usual red, white and blue.
Boyhood may have captured the world's attention by spanning 12 years of a boy's life on film, but one teenager is well on his way to documenting his life even more intricately through daily selfies.
Whenever the emails pile up or the traffic grinds to a crawl, many of us fantasize about leaving it all behind and unplugging from the grid.
This robot, dubbed a "Vertwalker," looks like a squashed Roomba and climbs gallery walls to create giant abstract murals
Would you like to have a picture of a 3D demon exploding out of your chest?
My friend Bill and I have similarly decorated refrigerators. Secured by magnets along with our daughters' class photos and best school papers are pictures of James Joyce, on postcards or cut from magazines. Our children share the refrigerator shrine
If you thought cloning mice, frogs and extinct mammoths to be challenging, how about cloning Vincent Van Gogh's ear?
Unbelievable Pictures Of Wildlife From The BBC's Photographer Of The Year Competition
When it's hot, city dwellers begin to have a certain look of desperation:
A Lenin statue has returned to a onetime model communist city in Poland but the monumental hero of Soviet days is now a small, lurid green man urinating from atop a black plinth.
How did Dutch master Johannes Vermeer manage to paint so photo-realistically 150 years before the invention of photography? Here's how he conducted his experiment.
Nathan Fillion, Stan Lee, Danny Glover, Michael Rooker, Bruce Campbell, Carey Elwes, John Rhys-Davies, John Ratzenberger, Adam West, Richard Dean Anderson, John Barrowman, Michael Rooker, Stephen Amell, Julie Newmar, Catherine Bach, Kelly LeBrock, an
The zombie genre is great because most of the time the government is already irrelevant to the story. No one understands better than a zombie fan that the phrase “we’re from the government and we’re here to help” is a bad omen
I was inspired to write my own messages in my songs reflecting our times. I also covered a famous Bob Dylan song “Masters Of War.” People really responded. It was remarkable and very sad how over decades, this song was still relevant. As I was
How have the arts helped you understand freedom.... How have you used that to share freedom with others, and to help them understand how far people will go to be free.
A post I saw in The Independent Political Report gave me an idea for a new theme park…“Workers World”...Instead of merely going and being entertained as spoiled consumers with rides and shows and attractions like Disneyland or Knott's Berry Farm or s
Ernest and Donna Hancock share their list of movies they feel has helped people to understand, explain, and learn about freedom and liberty, while also predicting what the future holds in store for us based on an knowledge of how the 'bad guys' think
Back in the 1980s, computer makers were scrambling to get Andy Warhol to try out their spiffy new graphic software.
Advances in technology have given rise to an abundance of ways to share our stories. There's messaging services for the short and sharp, blogging platforms for the long-winded and, as it happens, single strands of human hair for microscopic comic str
Growing up in Colorado, Calvin Seibert spent a lot of time at construction sites. Back then, the artist was thousands of miles away from an ocean, but that didn’t stop him from building castles out of the massive mounds of sand.
'Look Up' - A spoken word film for an online generation.
Back in the mid-1980s, Andy Warhol made a series of digital artworks on an Amiga 1000, a personal computer created by Commodore International.
Over its lifetime, Earth has hosted countless species. But some of those species, like the dinosaurs, have managed to claw their way into a special place in our imaginations.
Pick up a book, magazine or screen, and more than likely you'll come across some typography designed by Matthew Carter.
Graffiti artist Katsu recently debuted a series of paintings made with a spray-paint-wielding drone.
Before there was WIRED, there was Omni, the forward-looking monthly magazine where a sci-fi piece by William S. Burroughs could share page space with an investigation into alien abductions and not raise an eyebrow. (It also had the best ads, like, ev
Pole dance is a form of performance art, traditionally associated with strip clubs, which combines dance and acrobatics centered around a vertical pole.