Now this is a really big cat.
Check out this video of a girl putting makeup on one half of her face and leaving the other half au naturale:
What a transformation.
In what could be the most amazing find of this century, NASA has discovered a planet completely covered with marijuana. The planet, named X637Z-43, is one of the very few inhabitable planets found so far with levels of oxygen and nitrogen that are sufficient to support human life.
“Chlorophyll concentration analyses generated by Kepler lead us to believe that the level of THC in these marijuana plants is 3000% higher than the plants found on Earth. If that doesn’t motivate young people to explore space, I don’t know what will,…” – David Charbonneau, astronomer at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics
The discovery could lead to a renewed interest in space exploration, especially within the younger segments of society. A manned mission in the near future is a real possibility. Harvesting the marijuana could prove to be a major hurdle, given the distances involved. However, the planet is situated at a place that is ideal as a refueling base for long interstellar flights.
A campaign to rename the planet is already underway and millions of votes have been received for various names.
A little old, but amazing video.
Michael Ko‘s graduation pieces. Took three months to complete it. Check out the video!
Done with Maya, After Effects, Pftrack.
The footages were shot with Cannon T2i
Soundtrack by Chairlift – Bruises
Line-X claims to be a wonder material that can strengthen and protect anything coated with it.
Check out this video showing what a thin layer can do for something as fragile as an egg or a plastic cup:
If it really is this amazing, then imagine everything we can use it for. Protect buildings from earthquakes, on phone covers and pretty much anything that can break.
Take my money.
For their 2015 ad campaign, Swiss mountaineering equipment maker Mammut organized an amazing photoshoot. The shoot involved hundreds of participants, all dressed in red. The photographer was Robert Bosch, also from Switzerland.
More pics here.
Next year it will be 150 years since the Matterhorn was first climbed. The photo shoot and ad campaign will celebrate this anniversary. You can see in the first pic climbers with torches who marked the path taken for the mountain’s first ascent.
The rest of the photos are really amazing too. Via Phographer
Ellen DeGeneres and Steve show off this awesome air cannon that anybody can make at home using a shower curtain and a water bucket.
Check out the way they add smoke to it and mow down the audience. Amazing.