“The Colors of Feelings” is an experimental, dreamlike video by Thomas Blanchard, who mixes paint, oil, milk, honey and cinnamon.
When this mother breaks the news to her 5 year old son that he’s going to be a big brother, his reaction is positively heart-warming.
Mammatus cloud are known for their interesting appearance, as the clouds seem to have smooth round puffs (sort of like cotton balls), hanging from its underside.
Listen to this guy’s piano rendition of Dr Dre’s classics, Still D.R.E. and What’s the Difference, at a random bar in Arizona.
Although she’s seen it from the window before now, this is the first time little Harper has played in the warm summer rain, and her reaction is what makes being a parent so special.
In an ongoing series entitled Dancing With Costică, Australian artist and photographer Jane Long colorizes old black and white photos and adds a surreal twist to them.
Photograph by Uoaei1 on Wikimedia Commons Aggstein Castle is a ruined castle situated on the right bank of the Danube in Wachau, Austria.
People of all ages offer words of wisdom to their younger counterparts in this WireTap farewell video, from CBC Radio One.
Twitter user @yamamochi223 recently shared a series of photos that show a Shiba Inu casually hanging out in a bush beside a random sidewalk in Japan.
Photo Shanghai is Asia’s premier art fair dedicated to photography. Oragnized by the World Photography Organization, Photo Shanghai is back for its second year and runs from September 11 – 13 at the Shanghai Exhibition Centre.
A whale watcher in the Bay of Fundy, just off the coast of Brier Island in Nova Scotia, captured an incredible close-up video of a humpback whale breaching just meters from the boat.
San Francisco-based photographer Nathan Wirth recently shared a portfolio of infrared photographs on Behance in a project entitled, Infrared Silence – Three.
Photograph by Keith Kissel Heterochromia iridum is a difference in coloration of the iris and is a results of the relative excess or lack of melanin (a pigment).
Compilation of drone footage from a recent 8-day trip to Iceland by Blue Racer Productions. All footage was shot on the DJI Phantom 3.
Since 1945 there have been a staggering 2,153 nuclear detonations on our planet. The team at Orbital Mechanics put together this chilling visualization that shows where every detonation occurred in chronological order.
Nikolaj Arndt is an artist and professor who has been painting amazing 3D sidewalk artworks since 2009.
Watch this sneaky crow toy around with a big dog in a park. What a little prankster!
Artist Natalie Nakles recently completed this freaky hand drawing using only pens and markers. The video above really shows how creepy it looks when placed against a black background.
The iBook Guy gives a great overview of how computer and video game graphics worked on 80s machines like the original Nintendo and Commodore 64.
The Jefferson Grid is a fascinating Instagram account that shows one square mile of our planet (sometimes the grids are larger/smaller) as seen on Google Earth.