Artists Used Deepfake Tech to Tell Alternate Moon Landing History
A deepfake resurrects Richard Nixon to give an alternate moon landing speech.
Musician Creates a Million-Hour Song Based on the Number Pi
Jam for 114 years to celebrate π day.
These Screen-Blocking Glasses Are Ad-Blockers for Real Life
The IRL glasses block LCD/LED screens to give you some time away from looking at ads.
Two Words: Qatari Falconry. Two More Words: So Surreal.
In ‘The Challenge,’ Italian filmmaker Yuri Ancarani shows how Western notions of power inspire Qatari falconers.
Printing the Highest Resolution Photos on Earth Isn't Easy
Combining technical know-how and artistic expertise, VAST pioneered a method to print unbelievably detailed photographic work.
Rare Photos of Norway’s Original Black Metal Scene
Documentary filmmaker Audrey Ewell talks 'Until the Light Takes Us.'
Ai Weiwei’s LEGO Portraits Depict 176 Activists and Political Prisoners
For a new exhibition in Washington DC, Ai Weiwei shows LEGO portraits that resemble surveillance and internet images.
New Björk Music Video “notget” Is a Stunning Bio-Goth Masterpiece
For the sixth track off 'Vulnicura,' directors Warren du Preez and Nick Thornton Jones take Björk through a visual and sonic metamorphosis.
The 'Anti-Social Media' App for Sharing Your Mundane Moments
Once a day, at random, the app Minutiae’s users anonymously share the most mundane moments of their lives.
These Aren’t Photographs. They’re Arinze Stanley’s Hyperrealist Drawings
Self-taught artist Arinze Stanley is part of a diverse and growing art scene in his home country.
How Wildlife Photographers Are Using Instagram to Save Earth's Endangered Species
A robust community of wildlife photographers is educating the masses about the delicate balance of Earth’s ecosystem.
This Russian Illustrator Turns Manga into Gorgeous Cinematic Moments
Ilya Kuvshinov has been creating his own unique brand of manga-influenced illustrations with both a photographer's and a cinematographer’s touch.