Guido Diana embarked on a journey in September 2016 to pursue his life-long dream of traveling and photographing North America. After exploring more than 24,000 km by air and car, this amazing instagram photographer has shared many of his works and here are twenty examples which are sure to amaze you.
Phillip K. Smith is an American artist who explores perceptions of light, color, and space and he found the best place to do it. Smith installed nearly 250 mirrored posts on a coast in Laguna Beach, California, ensuring that they reflect the waves instead of being “swallowed” by their force.
My lightpaintings have been called the first unique art form of the twenty-first century. If you think you are amazed by them in the video, think of how I feel inside them creating one.
I still get goose bumps thinking about how lucky I am to be able to work in such an amazing medium. As great as they look on the screen to see one in person kicks it up a notch. We have nothing in our visual memory to prepare ourselves for paintings that are created just with light.
In the small town of Riverton at the bottom of New Zealand's South Island is Robert and Robyn Guyton's amazing 23-year-old food forest.
The two-acre property has been transformed from a neglected piece of land into a thriving ecosystem. By using a mixture of shrubs and trees which provide a variety of functionality to the forest ecosystem, the couple utilizes vegetation that work with each other to replenish nutrients in the soil while maintaining a healthy balance of sizes for even light distribution on the forest floor.
A central theme of HBO’s new sci-fi series “Westworld” is the question of what it means to be human.
The setting is an immersive adult theme park that’s been fashioned after the American Old West and is inhabited by intelligent lifelike robots. Over the years, the robots – called hosts – have been updated to look and act more human. As a result, the hosts have started to deviate from their programming. They’ve become unpredictable – just like humans.
Inside a glass dome in Northern Norway, lives a family of five. Hjertefølger means heart follower in Norwegian, and the Hjertefølger family were certainly keeping that phrase in mind when designing and integrating efficient ways to incorporate nature's potential into a beautiful space.
In 2013, they built a three-story, five-bedroom, 25-foot-high solar geodesic dome on Norway’s Sandhornøya island, located over 1000km north of Oslo.
Cicada 3301 is a name given to an enigmatic organization that on six occasions has posted a set of complex puzzles and alternate reality games to possibly recruit codebreakers from the public. The stated intent was to recruit "intelligent individuals" by presenting a series of puzzles which were to be solved, each in order, to find the next.
Nature has untold ways of warning others not to interfere with its creatures, and yet how can we understand the potential dangers which each life-form harbors. Coyote Peterson hosts a Youtube-based channel which tackles many of these questions head-on with some of mother nature's most painful and exotic creatures. From bullet ants to tarantula hawks, this is not your typical nature documentary which merely educates, but subjects the body to the full sense of venomous fury.
If you haven't noticed by now, there's quite a few questions which humanity has yet to explain fully. Science is just starting to understand quantum potentials in our universe, philosophers are blurring the lines of the world of physics as we know it, and Youtube is unexpectedly evolving into a platform which these discoveries are unveiled in an informative, and yet entertaining way.
Exurb1a's current Youtube channel takes a softer approach to explaining many of the Universal questions boggling the brightest minds while maintaining a deep sense into the psychology of the modern thinker.