A Stunning Visual Explanation Of Why You Need To Visit Kenya

Forget the beach. This summer, make plans to spend some time exploring the sublime natural features of Kenya. If you need a bit of a visual push before you book your ticket, check out this video by Martin Harvey, who spent ten days in Kenya and recorded everything he saw.

Says Harvey, “Starting in Nairobi and flying north to the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, Mt. Kenya, Lake Bogoria, the Pokot Tribe, Magado Crater, Painted Valley, Lake Logipi and ending at Lake Turkana, [we took part] in one of the world’s ultimate travel experiences.”

Go Inside Saturn’s Rings In This Surreal Animation

Created from over 30,000 real photographs captured by the Cassini spacecraft, Stephen van Vuuren invites viewers to explore Saturn’s rings in this stunning photographic animation. Van Vuuren refrained from using 3D models, CGI or texture maps when producing the video, which means that what you’re seeing is exactly what was captured by Cassini, but blended together sequentially. Enjoy!

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Want more on space? Check out these space facts that prove life on Earth is boring.

You’ve Never Seen Street Art Like This Before

In 2013, Broken Fingaz–a street art group composed of four young people from Haifa, Israel–took to Querétaro, Mexico in order to cover La Fábrica de Hércules in street art so astounding (and unsettling!) that it has to be seen to be believed.

As incredible is the artistic process’ translation to video–stop motion animation accompanied by the agitated, industrial sound of the Gaslamp Killer–seen in the feature above. The video, which explores themes of life, death and corruption was featured at the fifth annual CutOut Fest, an international animation festival. Enjoy!

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Life Inside A Tiny Parisian Apartment

What would you be willing to put up with in order to live in Paris? Maybe several flights of stairs and a living space about the size of a large closet? If that’s the case, then this diminutive domicile is just for you. With an area of only 86 square feet, this is without a doubt one of the tiniest homes in Paris. And yet, it’s entirely functional. Which is to say, its size scarcity won’t lead you to the brink of insanity and then push you over the edge.

Take a tour of the petite abode with Kitoko Studio, the masterminds behind the apartment’s functionality-minded renovation, and see if this sort of lifestyle is for you.

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