Artist Uses Fluorescent Spray Paint To Create Glowing Art

If you can avoid the dub step, you’re in for a treat. Artist iNo utilizes a spray paint that absorbs ultraviolet light and illuminates the space in which it’s used. It’s pretty neat if we do say so ourselves.

Inside Tokyo’s Robot Restaurant

If you’re looking for a calm, quiet and intimate dining destination, you’d best avoid the Robot Restaurant. Pending your persuasion, the club’s overall aesthetic is “Acid Trip Gone Great” or “Acid Trip Gone Horribly Wrong”. Robots run the trippy cabaret, and revelers can watch in awe–or, again, horror–as they dance, box and bang on some massive drums.

Cutting Up The World Cup

Wish you could get into arguably the biggest sporting event in the planet but prefer musical drops to kick offs? This video incorporates all the sport’s movement into a dynamic music video unlike anything you’ve ever seen. Enjoy!

What We Love This Week, Volume LXIX

There’s Still Time To Enter National Geographic’s 2014 Traveler Photo Contest

Traveling to the world’s most remote and exotic places is a privilege; capturing and presenting them in a way that speaks directly to those who haven’t been is a skill cultivated by few. But if you’re one of those who is both lucky enough to make a great trip and convey its brilliance through film, you should certainly consider entering National Geographic’s 26th annual Traveler photo contest. Winners will receive free trips to Alaska, New Mexico or a cruise to Maine. We’ve selected a few of our favorites thus far and present them to you here, just so you can get an understanding of the qualities of submission.

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