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6.16.17

Liquid Wood? That's What This Stop-Motion Animation Looks Like

'WoodSwimmer,' by Brett Foxwell, looks like a timelapse but was made by hand.

6.16.17

[Premiere] Two Coral Reefs Form the Basis for Smooth Underwater Electronic Music

The sounds and movements of two coral reefs get digitized in the song and music video for Hydrah’s track, "Siren."

5.29.17

Watching Mesmerizing Drip Paintings Will Never Get Old

Holton Rower's pour painting timelapse breaks the internet one drip at a time.

5.15.17

Awe-Inspiring Timelapse Captures a Rare Phenomenon at the Grand Canyon

Filmmaker Harun Mehmedinović captures various areas of the Grand Canyon, both during the day and at night, as clouds drift through its mazes.

5.4.17

A Rainstorm Hits LA in This Stunning HD Timelapse

Watch the sun set and the clouds roll in on these Angelenos.

3.26.17

See All the Seasons of Norway in Panoramic 8K Splendor

Where the land begins and the sky ends is beautifully ambiguous.

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3.15.17

Take a Trip to the Mountains of Switzerland with This 360˚ Timelapse Video

Christian Mülhauser shot a total of 55,000 photographs of central and western Switzerland for his latest immersive timelapse project.

3.15.17

Nude Bodies Become Kaleidoscopic Portals in Black-and-White Photographs

Emel Karakozak's gorgeous and psychedelic black and white photographs explore the resiliency of the female body.

3.1.17

Infrared Timelapse Footage Turns Oregon into a Sizzurpy Bob Ross Painting

The unseen wavelengths covering the Beaver State’s natural landscape emerge in Sam Forencich’s ‘Invisible Oregon.’

2.26.17

Watch Swirling Rorschachs Get Painted Before Your Very Eyes

Canadian artist Annette Labedzki documents her paint-mixing methods in a succession of trance-inducing videos.

2.23.17

Two Centuries of New York Times Covers Show How Images Infiltrated the News

A data artist made a timelapse video showing every cover of the New York Times from 1852 to now.

2.19.17

Salty Artist Makes Pillars of Art with Condiments

From portraits to pop culture icons, Sultani Bashir uses a salt shaker as his paintbrush.

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