Some Very Patient Genius Soldered a Digital Clock From 1,916 Components

You would need a microscope to be able to see all of the miniature components etched onto the single tiny microchip powering the clock in a digital watch. But you can see them all with the naked eye on artist Gislain Benoit's The Clock, which is made from 1,916 hand-soldered components that end up weighing a hefty 14… » 2/26/15 4:20pm Thursday 4:20pm

Video: The delicate art of making bonsai trees

I love this video about Ryan Neil, an American Bonsai master, because not only do I get to watch him work but I also get to hear him talk about the art of Bonsai. Neil reveals the amount of respect and consideration you need to be able to craft these beautiful pieces of art from nature. It's just lovely. » 2/20/15 9:02pm 2/20/15 9:02pm

Pouring paint on top of paint creates mind melting art

Here's a nice way to have fun without doing drugs: pour different colors of paint on top of other colors of paint on top of a wooden block. The layers of paint will stack on top of each other and the colors will expand and you'll get a super psychedelic art piece that looks like the world has melted down. » 2/17/15 2:01am 2/17/15 2:01am

A Rare Look Inside Canada's Notorious Maximum Security Prison, Kingston

Kingston Penitentiary closed its doors in September 2013, ending a legacy of 178 years of famously harsh treatment. "Canada's Alcatraz" has inspired lots of stories, but there are few pictures of what life was there. Except that photographer Geoffrey James had a privileged look on the inside. » 2/13/15 10:19am 2/13/15 10:19am

Huge Neon Signs Photographed From Below Become Futuristic Abstractions

It's a wonderful sensation when you encounter something you've seen countless times before, only from a different vantage point. The electric glow of neon signs is familiar in all big cities around the world, but seeing them from the vantage point of photographer Rainer Torrado lends them an entirely new shape. » 2/04/15 8:00pm 2/04/15 8:00pm