Slow motion is fun. It makes everyday things seem way cooler, funnier or grosser, but no matter what, the result is usally hypnotizing. Seriously, we bet you'll spend no less than way too long staring at the jiggly Jello square.
Etch-A-Sketches are one of those childhood toys that never go out of style. If you're like most people, a few hours' worth of entertainment usually produced some pretty bad art, although it never really mattered. But there are the select few who are really good at Etch-A-Sketching. Like, really really good.
Walruses truly are ridiculous creatures, and we think even better than photos to demonstrate this are GIFs, which capture the (sort of) majesty and (almost) grace of a walrus even better than a still photo could.
There are some things in the art world that flat-out stump us. How the heck does a 'Star Wars' sand castle or banana art come to life? We haven't the slightest clue, but that's exactly what makes this stuff awesome. And as we've recently learned, 3D chalk art fits the same bill.
You probably didn't realize you needed to watch Stephen Colbert dance to the entirety of Daft Punk's 'Get Lucky,' but you do. It certainly doesn't hurt that some of his friends show up, especially when his friends include Hugh Laurie, Jeff Bridges, Matt Damon and Bryan Cranston.
It took five years, but it was totally worth it. A team of robot builders decided to create a real life WALL-E, scaling the robot to recognizable items in the movie (like VHS tapes and a Rubik's cube).
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