What’s The Last Photo You Took?

What is the last thing you took a picture of on your phone?

Ivan Cash is a man on a mission: to discover what the last image is on a person’s phone. It starts out as a cute way to break the ice, but ends up being a telling perspective of what people are going through right now. In a world where you can capture an image instantly, where ever you are, what you choose to actually photograph can say a lot about you.

Source: Last Photo Project

Bach In 3D

This incredibly soothing video is a sort of visual analogue of Johann Sebastien Bach’s most ambitious piece, The Well-Tempered Clavier. Using computer-aided design, Alan Warburton and his team created this video, a sort of “animated graphical notation” of Bach’s solo piano piece. This short video and a cup of warm tea are a great cure for anxiety.

Source: Sinfini Music

Watch This Couple Travel 60 Years Into The Future

Using the power of makeup, a couple travels 60 years into the future.


In this tearjerker, a soon-to-be-wed couple takes a seat in the makeup chair. They’re not prepping for their wedding, but rather the rest of their lives– using stage makeup and prosthetics, a team of artists showed what the happy couple would look like as they aged. It’s pretty emotional– the couple gets a “preview” of their lives as 40-year-old parents, 60-year-old retirees, and an elderly man and woman having spent their whole lives together. The whole experiment ends with much emotional crying and vow-writing. It’s sappy and wonderful.

Source: Field Day

Coca-Cola: Bad For Teeth, Good For Bumpers

A Polish man uses Coca-Cola to strip the rust off of a bumper.

Coca-Cola is notorious for being packed full of sugar, terrible for your teeth, etc. It has even been linked to increased risk for osteoporosis. But how corrosive is Coca-Cola really? A Polish YouTube user brings us this video, in which he uses a scrubber and a 2-liter bottle of Coke to clean incredible amounts of rust off of a steel bumper. Now imagine that bumper is your teeth.

Source: Robert Pòtoma on YouTube

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