YouTuber Hevesh5 spent 25 hours spread over 8 days building a massive triple spiral structure with 15,000 dominoes. Watch the multi-layered triple spiral of dominoes fall down in the video below.
Professional time-lapse photographer Chad Gordon Higgins and award-winning urban photographer Nicholas Goodden joined forces with forty photographers in London to create the biggest ever crowd-sourced time-lapse in just one day. The diversity, atmosphere, pace and buzz of the city makes London the perfect place for any timelapse, and its unique flavour is captured over 80 clips… Continue reading Biggest Ever Crowd-Sourced Time-Lapse Filmed In London
The tilt-shift photography its more fun to watch because it makes a normal real-life scene look like it’s actually built out of miniatures. Like in this beautiful tilt-shift time-lapse of the old cities of the Netherlands, created by filmmaker Pengcheng He. The video “7685 Frames of Netherlands” is shot in Delft, Rotterdam and Amsterdam
Optical illusion pictures are fun to look at and interesting to learn about as well. I have always been interested in pictures that have been taken at exactly the right moment and the creativity that photographers use to capture them. A few of these pictures you see here will play tricks on your eyes, some are tricky pictures that… Continue reading Stunning Optical Illusion Pictures
A Toronto-based travel and tour company G Adventures took an old colorful series of iMac G3s and turns them into pendant lights. Cool idea!
Another new TV commercial from TNT Drama Channel. This time it’s in a shopping street in the Netherlands, were they installed the famous “Add Drama” red button, turning the quiet Dutch square into an exciting day for the locals. Watch the video below.
Tilt-shift photography is a very creative and unique type of photography in which the camera is manipulated so that a life-sized location or subject looks like a miniature-scale model (just like Madurodam), almost fake looking appearance. This affect can be accomplished by way of a tilt-shift lens, or in post processing in Photoshop. via: enpundit
An art installation created by Canadian artist Caitlind r.c. Brown made from over 1,000 working light bulbs on pull chains and some 5,000 burnt-out bulbs. Visitors can interact with light installation by pulling the chains turning some lights on or off, creating a flickering aesthetic of an electrical cloud. The cloud structure was part of the nuit blanche all-night contemporary arts festival in Calgary, canada. Check out the video below. via: Dvice