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Artist Solomon Rogers has created the first drivable beach chair and it was recently unveiled in Brighton Beach. The vehicle comes with technology similar to a GPS but for the sun and allows you to avoid getting sand in between your nooks and crannies. The "Ultimate Deck Chair" was commissioned by Holiday Autos.
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Mr. Garcin is an amazing collage artist and has done the covers for some of your favorite superhero stories. His entire process of creation was filmed by Autographer and turned into a time-lapse for Comic Con.
For some, Facebook is an obsession. Artist Mr. THOMS recently created a mural in Ferentino, Italy, depicting the love affair between folks and the social media site. The RTM gang definitely gives this art piece a "Like."
Darwinfish105 used special software to create a kaleidoscope-like effect with time lapse footage of Tokyo, Japan. The results are a brilliant mix of colors and architecture.
The director who asked perfect "strangers" to kiss for the first time in the viral video 'First Kiss' is at it again, but this time she's getting right to the punch. In her latest short film, Tatia Pillieva asks strangers to undress each other as soon as they meet, and then get in bed. Tatia said this film was made to promote Showtime's second season of Masters of Sex. The result would be pretty amazing, if we actually believed these people were truly strangers. Days after 'First Kiss' was released, Tatia admitted the "strangers" were actually actors, and the film was made to promote a clothing line.
You don't realize how much of a "waste problem" there is in the US until you see the pictures from award-winning photographer Gregg Segal who decided to personify our trash troubles.
This woman shows us how artistic pole dancing is with different angles through a GoPro camera. She's extremely good at this and it's quite mesmerizing to watch. Check out Ava's website by clicking here.
This is no mirage, there's actually a pool located in the middle of the Mojave Desert. It's an art installation by Alfredo Barsuglia called "Social Pool.," and the artist joined RTM via Skype to talk about the message and idea behind the pool in the desert.
It might look like this gorgeous woman is wearing a black T-shirt, but nope! She has nothing up top. Well, she actually has a lot up top, just nothing but paint covering them! The head-turning ordeal was all a casting call for a new dating-type show in Denmark.
Robin Thicke wants to "start the healing" between him and his (soon to be) ex-wife, Paula Patton, according to his new lyric video titled "Forever Love." If that title sounds familiar, it's probably because the Shaytards recently released their own original song and music video with the same name that quickly went viral. Granted, Robin Thicke seems to have recorded his version first, but he made it to YouTube second, and maybe too late. Another thing he might be too late about? Getting his wife back with his new album - straight up called Paula - despite being filled with sappy love ballads. Fans are also split, questioning the sincerity of his actions, and lamenting the deviation from louder hits à la "Blurred Lines." Aside from the controversy of Thicke's situation, however, the animations in this lyric video are rather good.
Sometimes things go down smoother than how they go up. We're not talking about processing food, but actually the demolition of a building in Rennes, France. Over the course of 17 days, a building was demolished piece-by-piece with a motion capture camera documenting the action.
A German design house hosts a super awesome slide. Sporting a Plexiglas roof, this B-A ride is over 100 feet tall. That's not your average day on the playground.