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Kika's Currently Under Construction

Kika's Currently Under Construction

Body painting master, Mirjana Kika Milosevic, is not quite finished yet. No this isn't a prequel showcasing how Kika came to be, it's another stunning body painting illusion. The level of detail she's able to paint onto her body in this video is simply amazing and when she's done, you'd swear that she was still being built by some mad creator. Impressive! View Now
Muralist Dad Paints Breathtaking Bedroom Art

Muralist Dad Paints Breathtaking Bedroom Art

Almost everyone has a hidden talent, but artistic British dad Adam Hargreaves hits it out of the ballpark every time he picks up a paintbrush! After his daughter's Disneyland bedroom mural went viral last year, Adam has since added Peter Pan, The Dukes of Hazzard and Marvel-inspired murals to his growing portfolio. Watch a time-lapse of Adam in action as he meticulously paints each of these bedroom masterpieces! View Now
Watch The Chicago River's Iconic Dyeing

Watch The Chicago River's Iconic Dyeing

Everyone's got their own special St. Patrick's Day traditions, but let's all agree that Chicago has the best! Just in time for the annual dyeing of the Chicago River, filmmaker Chris Biela sets up shop and records a breathtaking time-lapse of the entire process. Did you know that it takes 45 pounds of environmentally friendly dye to turn the river bright green? View Now
Honda Driver Crashes Into Tree & Mustang's Beautiful Time-Lapse Restoration

Honda Driver Crashes Into Tree & Mustang's Beautiful Time-Lapse Restoration

Car meet ups are for showing off but when you take it a little too far, you'll most likely regret it. A driver of a yellow Honda S2000 crashes into a tree when they try to do a slick burnout while leaving a car meet in Connecticut. This ridiculous move results in a bashed tire and a whole lot of road confusion.  Whether a dud or an absolute beauty, cars can take your breath away. (We'd prefer the beauties!) View Now
Which Chick Will Hatch First?

Which Chick Will Hatch First?

Over 50 eggs lay inside this incubator at a farm in Moscow, Russia and it's not until we see signs of movement that we know they're about to hatch. So quick! Guess which number you think will hatch first! It's adorable to watch each baby chick come into this world and bizarre to watch the number of hatchlings multiply one-by-one.  View Now
Wait, Road-Building Is That Easy?

Wait, Road-Building Is That Easy?

If all road construction was this cool, they'd sell tickets to watch the show! In fact, the particular road-building technique Shire of Moora is showcasing only requires two simple steps. We've got the best seats in the house too, thanks to an aerial photography drone. View Now
Photographer Brings Urban Nightscapes To Life

Photographer Brings Urban Nightscapes To Life

They say New York is "the city that never sleeps," but photographer Aaron Keigher's got a theory that no city ever really sleeps either. Just watch the lights come on as the sun goes down! He's visited more than 15 of America's most famous urban centers to film this breathtaking transformation from day to night. View Now
Stunning Los Angeles Panoramic Took 2 Years To Make

Stunning Los Angeles Panoramic Took 2 Years To Make

Los Angeles is definitely known for its hustle and bustle combined with beautiful scenery. Joe Capra's panoramic timelapse "Pano LA" took two years to film and features areas all around the city. It was shot in true panoramic form using two synced cameras side by side. View Now
Can You 'Guess' This Otherworldly Image?

Can You 'Guess' This Otherworldly Image?

There are no aliens here—just the dazzling beauty of Mother Nature and her underwater corals! Just try not to stare too long at Antonio Rodriguez Canto's hypnotizing close-up time lapses, though. Believe it or not, these beautiful ocean animals get their psychedelic colors from the algae floating around the oceans—you just have to pull up an undersea chair to watch the show! View Now
Stormchaser Catches Breathtaking Monsoon Scenes

Stormchaser Catches Breathtaking Monsoon Scenes

For most desert dwellers, summer clouds warn of lightning, dangerous flash floods and a lot of dust! But when Arizona storm-chasing photographer Mike Olbinski looks at the seasonal monsoons that southwest locals name  "Haboobs", he sees a breathtaking symphony of color and elements.  View Now
Photographic Pencil Sketches Bring Elder's Hands To Life

Photographic Pencil Sketches Bring Elder's Hands To Life

You have to actually watch Heather Rooney sketch these wrinkled aged hands to believe they're not photographs! Each delicately shaded line of pencil lead somehow all blends together to create a remarkably life-like masterpiece. Don't miss Heather's other jaw-dropping recreations of historical photographs and the entire "Harry Potter" celebrity cast! View Now