BBC program, Super Powered Owls conducts an experiment to learn more about these nocturnal creatures. By using sensitive sound equipment and setup, the team find out how silently owls fly compared to other birds. Makes sense to be almost completely silent when hunting at night.
Kasia Ozmin and Lindsay Richardson wants to bring modern and functional design to your home via a lamp inspired by the art of origami with Lampo.
Filmmaker Jacob T. Swinney creates a compilation of the century’s best films in ‘100 Years/100 Shots’ that’s sure to make any movie buff shed a tear over the masterful supercut.
The folks at Kuma Films are known to travel the world in search for the best street performers, and they certainly found them in Taoyuan, Taiwan. Check out this group of experts spinning top players perform trick shots with unbelievable accuracy. You won’t believe your eyes.
When people think of mobile homes, thoughts of cheap housing in the form of a giant tin can comes to mind but when Amy Shock came upon an opportunity to buy a double-wide for 5k with a glorious view to boot, she tricked it out to the max.
This week, we’re taking a break from posting videos of a hydraulic press destroying something. But to satisfy our need to see something being crushed, we bring you hippos devouring watermelons. There’s something oddly satisfying watching these lumbering giants eat whole watermelons in one
David Brodeur creates “Celestial Series,” an amazing collection of digitally rendered images of what looks to be crystal formations and plant life from a surreal dream.
Painter Peter Zimmermann’s first solo exhibition in his hometown brings an immersive experience where viewers can step, feel, and sit on what looks like candy-colored puddles made of multi-layered resin.
Whatever you do, try not to stare too long at the rotating objects. You might just go into a trance. We’re not strangers to this kind of act, but this guy’s isolations of his props, including 8 ring, triple hoop, yin yang, puyo pop ring, and buugeng eightyring are on another level.
As part of his “Take A Look At Me Now” retrospective, Phil Collins is releasing a remastered version of his solo albums complete with a then-and-now shot of his past album sleeves proving once again that the man is ageless.