Juggling Times Three

As part of Raw Art, a project dedicated to showcasing the talents of graduates from the Kiev Circus Academy, Ukrainian director Taras Pozdnyakov features the incredible juggling skills of Vlad Gapanovich, Maxim Golovchenko, and Evgeniy Pahalovich.

Star Wars Mania Hits the Great Wall of China

With the impending release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens and all the hype that comes with releasing another installation of an epic saga, Disney is marketing it in an equally big way. In the Juyongguan section of The Great Wall Of China, 500 stormtrooper figures stood their grounds as part of a promotional campaign for the upcoming movie.

How to Get Drunk Without Drinking

Bompas & Parr create an adventure for the senses with recently opened Alcoholic Architecture, a roomful of cocktail-laden mist made extremely saturated with a humidifier. Outfitted with a special suit and 50 minutes on hand, guests are invited to breathe in a 1 to 3 ratio of fine spirits and mixer inside the ‘walk-in cloud bar’ set at an astounding 140% humidity.

Glow in the Dark Bicycle Path Displays Van Gogh’s ‘Starry Night’

Apart from the kilometer-long winding road through a wooded park area, The Van Gogh-Roosegaarde Bicycle Path isn’t your typical bike path. Located in the Dutch province of Noord Brabant, where Vincent Van Gogh was born and raised, Dutch designer Daan Roosegaarde used swirling patterns from the famous artist’s masterpiece ‘Starry Night’ to design a path that combines nature, light, and art as the first of its kind.

Designer Pairs Up Miniature Objects with Their Pantone Colors

One day, designer Inka Mathew was looking at the bright, blue flowers in her front yard called Veronica Georgia Blue when one of life’s greatest questions suddenly popped into her mind “hey, I wonder what PMS (Pantone Color Matching) color is that?” She then took out her pantone guide and found out the answer to the question that has been bugging her for minutes–it was PMS 2726.