The Thunderbirds

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Blair Bunting Flies with the Thunderbirds from Jaron Schneider on Vimeo. I love the Air Force, and all things military aviation.  I’ve seen The Thunderbirds twice, and The Blue Angels once.  Watching those pilots fly those planes at near super-sonic speeds inches from each other is damn impressive.  To be given the ability to go … Continued

Penny Art

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Penny Art is always fun.  It may take along time, and may or may not save any money, it’s still pretty cool.  This is more of an art piece of a tree and a moon.  But sometimes it’s just a plain penny floor.  He probably had to use a lot of sealer to cover the … Continued

LED Perspective

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That’s a pretty cool lamp there.  Would it surprise you to know that it’s only 5mm thick?  That’s the wounder of perspective magic, this time using LEDs, instead of paper, and with clear acrylic, just like that Awesome Door. Here’s the Kickstarter, which has already achieved it’s $20,000 goal and then some. This one is … Continued

Rotating Head

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Pretty neat.  Lots of perspective posts this month aren’t there?  The Paper, the Gas Chamber.  This is another art piece, and once you’ve seen it once, I don’t think it’s worth seeing again.  In fact, I’m pretty good just watching the above video. {MAKE|This is Colossal}

Super Mario Snap

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That was impressive.  Mostly because I find it hard to snap that many times in a row without messing things up. {22 Words}

McDonalds Hellscape

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Art is weird. I mean, look at the detail this person went to to make this super creepy McDonalds landscape: It’s very detailed, and very percise, but it’s also very wrong.  Like, seriously, very wrong.  But it’s art, so someone likes it I guess. {Imgur|reddit}

Paper Art

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I’ve posted before some of the amazing things people can do with stacked paper.  While those dealt with the limited canvas of a book, here is some art that’s made free-form.  And it really shows, I mean, just look at this header photo I’m about to post! It’s hard to tell just how deep/tall this … Continued

Stairway to Heaven

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I was gonna post this under stumbles, but it’s so interesting, that I think it deserves it’s own dedicated post. The above looks like a Stairway to Heaven doesn’t it?  Well it’s all just a trick of the photographer.  That’s the magic of perspective.  And unlike those annoying regular tourist photos of people stepping on … Continued

In Case You Get Lost

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Lots of posts this month about getting lost, or mazes, and things like that.  It seems like April is just that kind of month doesn’t it? Did you know that there are giant concrete arrows all in a line across the country? In the early 1900s, air travel wasn’t what it is now (or even … Continued

Caving – For Real

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Remember Ted The Caver, that was one of the best short stories I ever read on the internet.  If anyone knows of any other stories that are similar, please, let me know. Robbie Shone is a real life caver, who actually spends his time going deep down into the bowels of the earth in natural, … Continued