Mode shared the story of potter Eric Landon from Denmark. He has gained a social media following on Instagram from his short video posts showcasing his precise technique. View Now
Danny Shervin is an artist. But instead of paints and pastels, he uses gunpowder. Danny's YouTube Page, Paint With Gunpowder, is full of videos of his unique technique for art creation. Danny creates the image he wants to make in gunpowder, then sets it on fire, emblazoning the image on his canvas. It's a fascinating process, and a true testament to the art of creativity. View Now
Looking for fun things to do with Mom? BuzzFeed has an idea: get tattoos together! And not only that, pick out the tattoo designs for each other, and don't let the other one know what the design is until the ink's dry. Well, that may not be the best game plan for everyone, but it worked for these BuzzFeed employees.
Tobias Gremmler was commissioned by the International Guoshu Association for a Kung Fu exhibition to create a new work of art. What the artist created is unreal. Gremmler used data points to put together these amazing visualizations based on the movements of Kung Fu fighters in action. Gremmler said he was inspired, "by the dynamics of motion and philosophy of Kung Fu." View Now
Peter Parker must be cringing so hard right now. Someone with a Spider-Man costume, an affinity for Michael Bublé, and a lot of time on their hands put together a very... unique pole dancing performance to Bublé's cover of the classic Spider-Man theme song. The dance is an impressive feat of strength and coordination for sure, but if The Sinister Six ever got a hold of this footage, Spidey's reputation would be toast. View Now
Tattoos are more popular now than they've ever been, but getting inked is still a big decision. For anyone on the fence about their latest design - or for those who are merely curious - there's now an app that could make the decision easier. Ink Hunter allows the user to virtually test out a tattoo, so anyone using the app can see how tattoos would look on them. View Now
RightThisMinute's how-to guru Jessica Hord shares how to make colorful watercolor coasters.
-- White tiles (I used a hexagon-shaped tile.)
-- Rubbing alcohol
-- Flat brush
-- Alcohol ink in multiple colors
-- Sealer/Finisher spray
-- Felt pads
1. Clean the top of the tile using a tissue and rubbing alcohol.
2. Use brush to paint a spot or two of alcohol in the center of the tile. View Now
Artist Alfonso Aguirre now paints with red wine after he accidentally dipped his paintbrush into his glass of wine while using watercolors. You've got to see these amazing masterpieces he creates with the wine!
Game of Thrones season six starts Sunday. In the meantime - watch baristartist, Michael Breach, draw the family crest of all the houses in coffee. Which one's your favorite? View Now
The crew from the Slow Mo Guys put some dry paint onto a drum and filmed what happened when they played it in slow motion. You've got to see the beautiful slow motion footage of rainbow colored paints flying into the air. View Now
You've got to see this mind blowing light fixture called the Lee Light. This hanging cube light appears to move as the person moves but you've got to see what it looks like from its profile. The light fixture cost $330.
For this activity, you will need: one canvas, one easel, multiple cans of spray paint, a lawnmower, and, of course, a death wish. The artist known as Uncle Rob came up with the, uh,creative idea to throw cans of spray paint into the moving blades of a lawn mower, allowing the paint the explodes to create a beautiful picture on a nearby canvas. The problem? Well, if you can't see the problem with this idea, maybe take a few steps back and reevaluate your life. View Now
Warning: It's not real, but it sure as heck looks real!
Makeup artists are incredibly talented. Especially the ones who can create such realistic gory injuries. With everything that went into sculpting this infected knee, just imagine what it takes to create wounds on an even bigger scale.
If you want to know how they did it — check out the tutorial! View Now
Artist Peter Brown melted 256 crayons down to create a beautiful single bud vase. After melting the crayons he took the block and started to fashion the vase. You've got to see the amazing finished result. View Now
Red Hongyi likes to challenge her abilities as an artist. Her most recent experiment involved some paint, an empty wall, and some stalks of celery. In the past, Hyongyi has opted to use teabags, chopsticks, and even a basketball in lieu of paintbrushes. See what else she comes up with on her YouTube channel. View Now
Snow artist Simon Beck created this awesome image of a dire wolf from the television series Game of Thrones in the snow. View Now
Ji Lee is a master of calligrams. He loves to visualize the meaning of words using only the graphic elements of the letters themselves. And what started as merely just a challenge, has turned into more than a lifelong hobby. Lee has created hundreds of clever caliigrams so far and with no shortage of ideas, it's doesn't look like the New York-based designer will stop the amazing visualizations any time soon. Click through and let's see if you can see the meaning. Go! View Now
If you’re Irish, you’re lucky — and if you’re these guys, not so much. To celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, Obsev rounded up a few of their own to pour a bowl of Lucky Charms on them in slow motion. The result? A super pointless video that’ll leave you wishing that you had thought of the idea sooner. View Now
Artist Jones Pitsker from Ohio created an amazing painting by dripping paint into a pan and strategically spreading it. The final result is a bouquet marble pattern that was created as a project for Oberlin College Letterpress Studio. If you like this design check out the others available on the artist's Etsy shop. View Now
You might remember the candy rose do-it-yourself video from Scar the DIY Cholo. He has a really delicious and easy-to-make Jello-O art recipe. Scar mixes corn syrup and colored gelatin and pours the mixture into squeeze bottles. He applies the different colored gelatin to art placed behind cellophane or parchment paper and lets it chill in the fridge for five minutes. View Now
Banana Jamana paints an amazing portrait of Star Wars Force Awakens character and droid BB-8. View Now
Steve Mould demonstrated Chandni waves with couscous on top of a vibrating plate and a violin bow. You will be amazed by the seemingly magical scientific art. View Now
Paul Johnson used the earth as his canvas for this stunning nature stop motion photography video. He took these photos around the Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minnesota area.
Watch this mesmerizing footage from a drone that soared through a light course in Phoenix, Arizona. FPV Lightrax is the team that put this beautiful display together. View Now
As the saying goes, "Beauty is in the eye of the beholder," and that "beholder" differs as you travel around the world. Different countries have different opioions of what is attractive. So the question is, how do the perceptions of beauty vary across the globe? Well, from that question this study was born — and it starts with these two:
Justin Bieber has a lot of ink these days. The musician recently bared all the details about his tattoos to GQ and turns out, there’s a story behind all of them. His favorite tattoo may be the two wings on the base of his neck, but his most interesting is certainly the one of his ex-girlfriend.