Okay boys, have a nice trip | Baboon says what? | Electronic equilibrium | Moonset | I draw the line | Waterfall | Math, visually explained | Pong | Treadmill bike | The proper finger | Just mix with water | Smile for the camera | What's hiding under that couch? | Climb. Bounce. Climb. Bounce. Climb.
Monday, Jul 11th 2016 (12:00am)
Happy Fourth of July | Perspective | Stick out your tongue | Which way is the train moving? | A fun geometric progression | Zoo worker scares a red panda | Might have missed a step here
Fresh sheets feel so good | Screw me up a brew | Bean plant tendrils seeking support | Which car is being steered? | Crosswalk | Sorting pics | I... am... outta... here | Geometry
Fold | Shapes drawn out | Cat fight | Good way to travel | Jumping rope | How It's Made: Jesus Edition | Trampoline | Flowing emojis | Bracelet ease
Monday, Jul 4th 2016 (12:00am)
Time for our morning stretch | Beluga whales frighten kids | Beluga whale delights kid | Bean flipping | Finger growth | Take her for a spin | Cat hydration | Backflip headspin | Pisa | Galloping Nellie | Light at the end of the tunnel | Size, is it relative? | Yawn | Who dat? | Today's bit of geek humor | No touchy fishy | Wasn't that fun? Now You try | Sun and moon making me dizzy
Monday, Jun 27th 2016 (12:04am)
We've seen our share of trippy makeup tutorials, and one 22-year-old artist is definitely a master of illusions. Dain Yoon, who runs the Instagram account designdain, specializes in covering herself in makeup to blend in with the environment. She also uses the paint to create illusions, like having a third hand on her face.
Wednesday, Jun 22nd 2016 (12:02am)
Not the sharpest tool in the shed | Demolition of two smokestacks in one shot | Are you looking at me? | Cartoon characters in transit | Gimme a hug, you big hunk of lioness | Insta-freese water | Slicing a melon | It's magic. Lame magic but still magic
Monday, Jun 20th 2016 (12:00am)
Canberra, Australia face painter and body artist Lisha Simpson has created all sorts of incredible optical illusions on her very own arm for practice and fun. Lisha's entire collection of body art photos are available to view on Facebook and Instagram.
Saturday, Jun 11th 2016 (2:34am)
From a Canadian bookshop opened by Alice Munro in the 1960s to one in the island of Santorini started by drunk Oxford students, some of the world's most exotic booksellers feature in The Bookshop Book, published as part of a UK-wide Books are My Bag campaign to support the bookselling industry in the run-up to Christmas. Its author Jen Campbell introduces some of the finest.
Monday, Jun 6th 2016 (5:51am) | Thanks: Beth
Bad translations have their unique charm and if they're done completely wrong, you must be living in Asia, because this is where all the textile 'masterpieces' have gathered. You could be walking on a street in Beijing, Tokyo or Seoul, and find yourself laughing hilariously at all the funny T-shirts you'll see.
Scroll down for an amusing set of pics.
Thursday, Jun 2nd 2016 (3:17am)
Over eight years, photojournalist Adam Hinton spent time in the slums of Rio de Janeiro, Jakarta, Manila, Cape Town and Caracas, meeting residents who deal every day with poverty and prejudice.
View his videos here.
Wednesday, May 18th 2016 (3:18am)
British photographer Levon Bliss, who's well known for his commercial and sports photography, has created "Microsculpture", a unique project in which he shoots aesthetically interesting insects from the Oxford University Museum of Natural History archive with a modified microscope in order to capture every aspect of the insect's body. This process results in thousands of pictures, which he then combines in Photoshop to create a single giant image that reveals in detail, the surprisingly complex beauty of the creatures. "Microsculpture" will be on view at the Oxford University Museum of Natural History from May 27 - October 30, 2016.
Saturday, May 7th 2016 (4:27am)
These photos were taken by Augustus Sherman, an amateur photographer who worked as the chief registry clerk on Ellis Island from 1892 until 1925. Sherman snapped these photographs of people passing through customs in their native dress. They were published in National Geographic in 1907 and once hung on the walls in the headquarters of the federal Immigration Service in Manhattan, according to the Public Domain Review. They are now housed by the New York Public Library.
Rich McCor, aged 28, has managed to turn some of London's most recognisable landmarks into whimsical illusions.
Using just paper and a pair of scissors, McCor's cut outs transform places like the London Eye and Tower Bridge.
The project all began earlier this year when he turned the clock face of Big Ben into a watch with a paper strap.
Thursday, Mar 31st 2016 (12:30am) | Thanks: Beautiful Engineering
From Frida Kahlo's courtyard to a tropical sculpture park in Brazil, art and the outdoors meet to spectacular effect across the world. With Monet's paintings of Giverny in our galleries, here are 11 more must-see gardens for art-lovers.
Saturday, Mar 26th 2016 (12:00am)
Media outlets continue to use stereotypical "stoner" images for otherwise serious news stories about marijuana. The Drug Policy Alliance is offering an alternative: stock photos of real, everyday people who use marijuana.
Thursday, Dec 31st 2015 (12:02am)
National Geographic has announced the winners of their annual Photo Contest. Photographers from all over the world submitted photos and judges determined which pictures of each category - People, Places and Nature - evoked the deepest sense of emotion and meaning. The grand prize was awarded to Australian photographer James Smart whose stunning photo entitled 'Dirt' stood out above all. The photo also won first place in the Nature category.
Thursday, Dec 31st 2015 (12:02am)
Beutler Ink recently joined forces with Los Angeles-based cartoonist and illustrator Luke McGarry to create a large print, Here's to 2015 an illustrated mashup of memorable pop culture references from this past year.
Wednesday, Dec 16th 2015 (12:00am)
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