Table for Two Pairs Two Strangers to Have a Cup of Tea Together

Table for Two brings the juxtaposition of being surrounded by so many in a populous city but yet choosing not to interact with those around us. The interactive art installation by French artist Shani Ha of AyzART, an independent nonprofit art group, split a table in half with one sitting indoors while the other half sits outside separated by a clear glass wall. A cup of mint tea is offered to anyone who sits down, a custom in North Africa and Algerian region where Ha is originally from.

Handmade Hard Candy by La Confiserie CandyLabs

La Confiserie CandyLabs in Montreal demonstrates how they make custom, traditional hard candy. The three-hour process starts by hand rolling together layers of heated sugar to create a large log-like shape, until it is stretched out into thin strips and cut into hundreds of tiny hard candy pieces. Thanks to Sterokroma, the whole candy-making process is condensed to a short nine-minute video.

Whimsical Light Painted Images by Darren Pearson

Darren Pearson creates unreal glowing images against a natural background with nothing but a light source and his camera. The Los Angeles-based artist has been honing his craft since 2008 with store-bought flashlights at first and now with his own customized flashlights to create finer lines and brush attachments which allows him to change light colors and to paint bigger figures.

Photographer Turns Her Attic Into Fairytale Backdrops

Unfazed by the dropping temperature outside and a cold, non-insulated attic to work in, Daniela Majic works through it all to transform her small attic into a magical backdrop for her photo shoots. A big proponent of making do with her limited budget, Majic uses her imagination coupled with inspiration from movies and fashion shows to create settings straight out of a fairytale.