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Engineer Makes Fully Functioning Models From Cardboard And Paper

Aliaksei Zholner is an engineer and crafter who creates fully functioning models from cardboard and paper. During his crafting career, Zholner has built a miniature paper V8 engine and a balloon-powered paper...

A World Without Bumps, See the Advanced Car Suspension System

Have you carried something fragile in your car, and had to take it through a bumpy offroad? There is a solution to this problem, a new invention...

Art Duo Creates 3D String Installations Inspired By Space

Przemek Podolski and Marta Basandowska is an artistic duo from Krakow, Poland who create 3D string installations inspired by space. Their assumption is to receive art in a new dimension.

Jakub Rozalski’s Art is a Fusion Between Various Iconographies

Jakub Rozalski is a Poland-based artist who likes to mix historical facts and situations with his own motives, ideas, and visions. Also known as Mr. Werewolf, Rozalski mixed various iconographies, the imagery...

Take a Look at the 2018 Drone Photo Contest

SkyPixel’s contest for best aerial photography and video has ended, and the winners have been announced. This is the fourth year in a row that aerial photography community, SkyPixel, called on creators from around the...

Light Installation Gives Us a Tour Around the Universe

French artist Joanie Lemercier’s work focuses primarily on projects of light in space and its effect on our perception. One of his recent installations is “Constellations,” in which light...

Artist Creates Real Versions Of Our Computer Programs

Yuliya Veligurskaya is a designer, and mastermind behind a New York-based gift brand called Studio Cult Co. According to the artist, she likes to create visually stimulating gifts, eye candies inspired by...

Man Finds Old Computer And Plays a Game He Saved

A law professor from Fordham University in New York discovered an old and dusty Apple IIe computer in his parent’s house and was shocked to find that he can still play a...

Before And After Scenes – With and Without Special Effects

Arrival of a Train at a Station was the first ever movie scene in history and was shot by the Lumière brothers in the late 19th century, more precisely in 1896.

The “Disconnecting Connection” Series Shows What Phones Are Doing to Us

As artist Al Lapkovsky says, "kids spend an average of 7.5 hours in front of screens each day." Does that sound like a lot to you? It quickly adds up during the...