Vittorio Brumotti, Maniac Cycling Stuntman

Get A Load Of Vittorio Brumotti, Maniac Cycling Stuntman After Peter Sagan won the Tour of Flanders last weekend, he blasted a lo-fi ‘gram of himself wheelieing across the line with the caption… Continue reading

OLO – The First Ever Smartphone 3D Printer

OLO uses white light from smartphones to create detailed 3D prints *** *** Startup OLO has built a 3D printer around necessary light from a smartphone. The team has been hard at work… Continue reading

The Island of All Together

 Every summer many European tourists travel to the Greek island Lesvos for a sunny holiday. This year thousands of refugees crossed the sea from Turkey and arrived on the island as well, looking… Continue reading

‘Hamilton’ muscial cast performs at the White House

*** “Tried scoring a ticket to catch the uber-hot “Hamilton” on Broadway? Your options might include selling an organ or waiting for months. A group of students will get to skip the lines… Continue reading

What It’s like to Fly the $23,000 Singapour Suites Class SIN->NY on Frequent Flier Miles!

‘In 2008, Singapore Airlines introduced their Suites Class, the most luxurious class of flying that is commercially available. The Suites were exclusive to their flagship Airbus A380, and they go beyond flat beds… Continue reading

Irons for the Ages, Flowers for the Day: Li Hongbo examines the conflict of war + weapons with colorful paper gun accordions

The SCAD Museum of Art presents “Irons for the Ages, Flowers for the Day,” a large-scale installation by Beijing-based sculptor Li Hongbo. Hongbo primarily uses handmade paper to create visually compelling and malleable… Continue reading

National Geographic’s Traveler Photo Contest 2015: Winners & more

The National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest is an awe-inspiring source of wanderlust. And after judges searched through nearly 17,000 entries, the winners are finally in. Anuar Patjane Floriuk of Tehuacán Puebla, Mexico is the first… Continue reading

The Beauty of Lions Explored Through A Wildlife Lens

There’s nothing that rouses a sense of awe quite like the proud stance and flowing mane of a lion. For centuries, lions have been rooted in our hearts and minds as symbols of beauty,… Continue reading

Africa’s Ancient Trees, Surrounded by a Blanket of Stars

Beth Moon’s images of ancient trees, so stunning in their stature and grandeur, straddle the line between fantasy and reality. For Diamond Nights, she spent many moonless nights in the African bush, making… Continue reading

2015 International Earth & Sky Photo Contest Winners

June 16th The winners of the 6th International Earth and Sky Photo Contest on Dark Skies Importance are announced. Organized by international program The World at Night the contest is a collaboration with outreach… Continue reading