This unique “painting” device named “Chromatic Typewriter” was modified from a 1937 Underwood Standard typewriter by Tyree Callahan, a Washington-based painter, who replaced the letters and keys with color pods and hued labels and submitted it as an entry for the 2012 West Prize competition, which is awarded via popular vote.
Explorer or daredevil? - Footage of going down into the crater close to the lava
Beautiful closeup photos of snowflakes taken by macro lens
Beautiful And Stylish Origami Jewellery
Artist Alexey Kondakov seamlessly combines classical paintings with contemporary life
Scary skull sculptures made from fruit and vegetable
Is humanity getting stupider?
Fake animal facts at the L.A. zoo by California-based comedian
Lost village on the dreamlike archipelago - Abandoned fishing village in China being reclaimed by na...
Breathtaking underwater room with a unique view of the underwater world
A South Korean man gathered drawings he made for his girlfriend in 5 years to create a blog
Optical illusion of floating crosswalk in Iceland
"Gleefully dark and whimsical" comics by an author, poet and playwright
Impressive advertising campaign “Fat No More”
Magical animations and visual effects created by 18-year-old student