This incredible music video by the band Willow was shot in-studio with 3 projectors projecting onto a floor and two walls.
This is what happens when a seagull decides to become a film director.
This amazing installation was created by the media artist group J o n p a s a n g for the 2012 Yeosu EXPO in South Korea.
The next time you feel like your car is too messy, just think of these people.
This mantis looks like something straight out of an alien invasion movie.
Say hello to the Ribbon Eel.
A team of “digital archeologists” discovered secret messages hidden inside the code of a 25-year-old Apple computer.
Artist Steven Backman created these incredible miniature sculptures using toothpicks and “a lot of patience.”
Why didn’t anyone think of this before?
Artist David Mach creates amazing sculptures using matchsticks. He has been building matchstick sculptures for over 30 years.
This gigantic map of Japan was built by 5,000 people in 6 different regions using 1.8 million LEGO blocks. It was built to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the iconic building blocks being introduced into Japan.
These incredible images of snowflakes and ice crystals were captured using a Scanning Electron Microscope at the Beltsville Agricultural Research Center in Maryland.
A collection of some of the world’s weirdest x-rays. You really have to see these to believe them!
Some of these things may surprise you.
Artist Fraser Smith creates incredibly realistic wood carvings that look like real clothes. It’s hard to imagine that these are actually made of wood.
Sometimes driving brings out the kid in all of us.
It really is the most versatile of all of the salted and cured meats
This is what stadiums do while people sleep. Head’s up, you probably shouldn’t watch this is you have epilepsy (or if you hate dubstep).
An interesting look at how blind people experience dreams.
Some of the weirdest town names found in the U.S.