Blog

Fishing for Bikes in the Amsterdam Canals

There are more bicycles in Amsterdam than there are citizens. If you've ever been you'll have noticed that bikes are EVERYWHERE.
Even in the canals.

Read this topic >

Blog

Shooting Formula One Races With A 104-year-old Camera Gives Amazing Results

Joshua Paul, of Lollipop magazine, is a photographer and F1 enthusiast. He began shooting F1 races in 2013 and has been going strong ever since. With his 104-year-old Graflex camera.
It only take 20 shots in total so Joshua has to plan each shot carefully and we have to say the results are amazing. He manages to bring back the glory days and the intrigue of the 60's and 70's.

Credit: Joshua Paul and Lollipop magazine

Read this topic >

Blog

The Light Barrier Third Edition

The Light Barrier series by studio Kimchi and Chips create volumetric drawings in the air using hundreds of calibrated video projections.
These light projections merge in a field of fog to create graphic objects that animate through physical space as they do in time.
Some really cool stuff in this video.

Read this topic >

Blog

Chasing Amtrak Train for 3 Miles With A Drone

Chasing an Amtrak train for three miles with a DJi Phantom 4 drone makes for some interesting footage.

Read this topic >

Blog

Rainbow shooting humpback whale

This humpback whale shooting a rainbow out of it's blowhole will bring some much needed joy to the day.

Read this topic >

Magazine

The Photos Of 2017 Week 20

Here's our weekly round up of some of the best and most newsworthy photos from the past seven days.

Open this photogallery >

Blog

Riding the New York subway in the 80’s was a real adventure

Everyone ants to go an visit New York, but it wasn't always like that. In the late 70's and 80's New York was dirty, filthy and crime ridden. A ride on a subway was a real adventure.
As these images by Willy Spiller show.

Read this topic >

Magazine

Brazil’s new oil frontier threatens Amazon reef

Deep beneath the waters of the Atlantic off Brazil's most northern coast, French major Total SA is hunting for what it hopes will be Latin America's next big oil discovery, but environmentalists fear the project may damage a nearby thriving reef system, more than 1,000 kilometers long and possibly home to new marine species.

Open this photogallery >

Blog

Squirrel Flare Power wingsuit is out of this world

Wingsuits are crazy as they are, but the Squirrel Flare Power just added another dimension to this level of craziness. It is the first wingsuit which allows the pilot to gain altitude aka actually fly, while in a free fall.

Read this topic >

Magazine

Chinese mothers tattoo over C-section scars

China has one of the highest C-section rates in the world and some women are getting tattoos to cover over the scars.

Open this photogallery >

Blog

Action Cam Footage from U.S. Spacewalk

This footage was taken by NASA astronaut Peggy Whitson during a spacewalk on the International Space Station on Thursday, March 30. She was joined on the spacewalk by NASA astronaut Shane Kimbrough.

Read this topic >

Magazine

Japan’s ‘superhuman’ athletes

A new generation of Japanese inventors is drawing on the country's rich history of comics and video game culture to create sports with a 21st-century twist - helping players feel "superhuman" through technology or other special equipment.

Open this photogallery >