As any beachgoer will tell you, coming across a fish washed up on the beach isn't pleasant. Nor is finding discarded plastic bottles junking up the environment. This massive fish sculpture, painstakingly made from used plastic bottles, is just the opposite. These fish you definitely want to see.
Do you know why train underpasses are so boring to look at? They're gray, gray, and usually more gray. But if more train underpasses were transformed into giant Lego bricks, like this one by artist Megx, we'd be more apt to stare at them.
When most people think of scarves, the first word that comes to mind is "lazy." What do scarves really do? They piggy back on our bodies while we walk around town and do all the work. Good for nothing. Thankfully composer Jeff Bryant has figured out a way to add a long absent dimension to the scarf: musicality.
Star Wars is a patchwork of historical cues and myths from around the world. Fantasy artist Clinton Felker has explored this concept by creating a series of colorful works that transport characters from the Star Warsiverse into a neon-drenched feudal Japan.
Tetris is all about stacking different shapes into pristine rows. One little hole, and you may find yourself trying to fill it in for the next 20 minutes. These couch cushions definitely raise the stakes: one gap here and you could throw out your dang back.
YouTube master of dominos Flippycat is back again with another work of art. If you enjoyed last time's 60,000-piece domino tumble, you're going to love this version of Vincent Van Gogh's famous Starry Night done up with 7,067 dominos.
In this week's edition of Healthy Tech, we look at a bag that goes from bicycle handlebar bag to carry all purse, a 15-year old might have changed the way we diagnose cancer and a Kotaku blogger shares how he lost 80 pounds in six months.
Japanese installation artist Motoi Yamamoto has made a name for himself on the international art scene by crafting gigantic, intricately detailed works from an original medium: salt.
Artists are always pushing the envelope with the materials they use to bring their creations to life. Blake Shaw and Bruno Levy are no exception, using a unique technique they call "video painting" to create dynamic, colorful scenes they roll onto walls all over Europe.
Artist Zilvinas Kempinas has turned to an interesting and disappearing medium for his work — VHS tape. His "Tube" installation takes the guts of old VHS cassettes — the all important tape — and creates a long tunnel for visitors to walk through. The way the tape was strung together created a variety of different textures or optical perceptions for visitors to experience as they walked through.