What Do You Do With Too Much Free Time?

You Build a replica of London’s Olympic Stadium. From Legos.

Warren Elsmore, famous for other Lego creations, designed this 100,000 piece Lego set in honor of the Opening Games of the Olympics in London.  This 220 pound behemoth was built by 4 “engineers”, and took approximately 450 hours to complete. We have more pictures, so click the break for more, but here is a 360 degree view of this masterful creation.

[Read more...]

Daily Dose Of Laughs With Jaco Haasbroek

During these gloomy winter days, having something to brighten up your day is priceless, so we found a collection of funny illustrations by South African artist Jaco Haasbroek. Using clever word play and beautifully uncomplicated design, he hits the mark on each and every one of these delightful comics. Be sure to check out The Daily Grind –  his latest creation that is guaranteed to produce a giggle.

[Read more...]

You Won’t Believe These Weren’t Photoshopped

At a first glance, these pictures look like clever illusions that defy the laws of physics, and you might be surprised when we tell you that each and every of these photos are real and have not been digitally altered.   Let go of your skepticism long enough to give these a good look; you’ll find the explanation at the end of our post.

[Read more...]

Adding Color To Epic Black And White Photos

This is a selection of the world’s most famous black and white photographs – images that have marked some of the most important and shocking events in the history – from Thich Quang Duc’s self-immolation to the atomic mushroom cloud.  These pictures certainly speak more than a thousand words: they stir emotions whether they depict poverty, racism and the horrors of war, or something as uplifting and joyous as the famous WWII kiss in Times Square.

[Read more...]

Interview with YouTube Musical Genius Grant Woolard

Grant Woolard is one of the more intriguing Youtube artists. The Japan-based, University of Virginia educated user creates videos on a wide range of topics, in a wide range of styles. Whether he’s sending up famous speeches or blending Beatles songs together into a delectable truffle, Woolard always seems to hold the viewers attention, sometimes for as long as 6 minutes. I recently had an opportunity to “sit down” with Grant and ask him about his creative process. His answers to my meddling questions were just as thought-provoking as his videos.

What made you want to start a YouTube channel in the first place?

Back in 2007, when I was supposed to be studying biology, I wrote several pieces for piano and decided to post them on YouTube, but I didn’t start making videos on a regular basis until about a year-and-a-half ago, after watching MysteryGuitarMan’s videos. [Read more...]