With his gargantuan 10-inch hands, Giants rookie wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. made this touchdown catch on November 23, 2014 in a game against the Dallas Cowboys. Many sportscasters, including Sports Illustrated’ s Peter King, are calling it the “greatest catch ever”. On a long bomb by Eli Manning, Beckham was racing down the sideline […]
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Practically every comic book character has an alternate identity. Many have more than one. Here’s a list of well-known comic book characters, both superheroes and villains, and their real-life identities.
Check out ten more cool street art murals that create an interesting, and unique, take on their environment. The art featured here use various methods – stencil graffiti, wheatpasted poster art or sticker art – to add a bit of flare to their otherwise mundane surroundings.
Check out ten cool street art murals that create an interesting, and unique, take on their environment. The art featured here use various methods – stencil graffiti, wheatpasted poster art or sticker art – to add a bit of flare to their otherwise mundane surroundings.
Yes, things are not always what they appear to be – perspective makes all the difference in the world. Check out the photos below that demonstrate the impact of perspective the moment the photograph was taken. Part 1.
His name is Joslyn Paige, aka the “Human Transformer” and he deserves the Nobel Prize for fun. Watch this talented 28-year-old performer from New Orleans morph out of the shape of a vehicle (looks like a yellow Cadillac Escalade) into a real-life Transformer while the crowd (especially the kids) whoop and holler their approval.
Notice anything “off” about the picture above, like maybe it’s not a photograph but rather a hyper-realistic painting by Ottawa, Ontario artist Sheryl Luxemburg. Although her paintings look almost too real to be true, her technique is “classical” in nature.
Check out this amazing eight-minute mini-documentary containing color combat footage of the aerial wars that took place in the skies during World War II that rivals the best commercially-produced war movies. The scenes in the video feature fighter gun camera footage, dogfights, flak fire, kamikaze attacks, aerial combat between fighters and bombers, carpet bombing and […]
Driven by the increasing range and accuracy of firearms, camouflage designers have been researching and exploiting optical illusions since World War I and German artist Simon Menner proves that our eyes can often deceive us. Check out the photo montage below and see if you can spot the sniper hidden in each of the landscapes.
Continuing our ongoing saga of controversial advertisements, this week’s batch is particularly interesting. Some are funny. Some are disturbing. Some are just creepy. And some we’re not sure if the advertisers meant to portray what our eyes are telling us. Your call.
Nirvana front man, Kurt Cobain, hand-scrawled a list of his all-time favorite albums. Published in Kurt Cobain’s Journals (a collection of writings and drawings by Cobain), it was titled “Top 50 by Nirvana” and included a few fascinating surprises.
In the picture below, do you see a man standing on the shores of a lake, reflections of trees on the water? Now rotate the picture 90 degrees counterclockwise to see what is really portrayed in this photograph.