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Alien Structures Might Be Orbiting A Distant Star
A study produced by Yale astronomers has uncovered an irregularity that isn't easily explained by natural phenomenon.
Spain’s Human Towers: Where You Must Step On People To Get Ahead
At the human tower building competition in Spain, castellers stack upon one another, building insane towers that stretch into the sky.
80 Textless Movie Posters That Don’t Need A Single Word
At times, simplicity can convey the most meaning. Explore the posters for your favorite movies, reimagined brilliantly without text.
You’ve Never Seen Street Art Like This Before
An abandoned building in Mexico takes on a new, eerie light thanks to stop-motion animation and a seriously talented street art collective.
Russian Daredevils Take The Shenzhen Tower In China
In this incredible video, two brave souls climb one of the tallest structures in the world-- the Shenzhen Tower in China.
What We Love This Week, Volume CXXV
What mirror selfies looked like 100 years ago, what New York looked like 30 years ago, and what New Zealand's most dangerous gang looks like right now.
You’re Not On Drugs: China’s Super-Saturated And Striped Mountains Are Real
With their rich, vibrant hues, it's hard to believe that China's striped mountains are real. You have to see it to believe it.
33 Magical Cinemagraphs That Will Leave You Entranced
Blending static images with motion, cinemagraphs are GIFs that bring out the serenity in otherwise chaotic scenes -- we look at our favorite cinemagraphs!
John Bramblitt Paints with all the Colors of the Mind
Artist John Bramblitt paints gorgeous portraits and colorful landscapes, despite the fact that he was rendered blind from epilepsy back in 2001.
This Ancient Wisteria Creates A Luminous Pink Sky
144 years old and half an acre in size, this colossal wisteria is not to be missed.
Intricate Tibetan Sand Paintings Dismantled After Completion
For 2,500 years, Tibetan Buddhist monks have been creating sand paintings, a lengthy creative process with plenty of symbolic meaning.