These monstrous nightmares are much cooler than Pixar's Monsters, Inc.

Photographer and digital retoucher Laure Fauvel produced these charming images of children confronting the monsters in their bedrooms. The creatures that go bump in the night appear to be in retreat and as scary as they look, I actually feel sorry for them facing these tough kids. » 7/11/14 10:04pm Friday 10:04pm

Stunning photos of windows transform New York City into a starship

Photographer Donna Dotan was shooting downwards out of a Manhattan apartment window when she noticed the beautiful symmetrical reflection. It inspired her to create this amazing series in which New York looks like an entirely different place—sometimes a starship, others the endless canyons of an alien megalopolis. » 7/03/14 4:30pm 7/03/14 4:30pm

Amazing sculptures reveal hidden temples and castles inside of rocks

There's something magical about Matthew Simmonds' beautiful sculptures. He seems to carve the rock to reveal secret architectural worlds that were trapped for eons inside marbles and limestones—castles, palaces and cathedrals inhabited by invisible characters of some Shakespearian tragedy. » 6/30/14 9:20pm 6/30/14 9:20pm

Antarctica is actually an amazingly colorful place

If you thought Antarctica was a shell of frozen white and blue, that a look at these surprisingly colorful pictures by photographer Gaston Lacombe. Taken over a two-month visit to the continent, the white is painted by brushes of algae, penguin poo and krill. He told us how this hue magic happens. » 6/27/14 1:19am 6/27/14 1:19am

Beautiful calligraphy video may cause pleasure overdrive

Last Friday I published a video that caused many to discover autonomous sensory meridian response, a perceptual phenomenon that gives a pleasing tingling sensation. Some said they got it watching people writing. Well, put your headphones on, because this is the mother of all calligraphy ASMR videos. » 6/24/14 7:46pm 6/24/14 7:46pm

The Earth looks flat in this photo taken from space

Believe it or not, some idiots think that Earth doesn't rotate and others still think that Earth is flat. I'm sure the latter group would love this picture just taken by our space Captain America—astronaut Reid Wiseman. The angles on those two coasts converging makes Earth's spheroidal surface look strangely flat. » 6/23/14 10:02pm 6/23/14 10:02pm

Wow, check out the giant full moon rising

Some may call it the Honey Moon now but, according to NASA's Astronomy Picture of the Day, June's full moon is traditionally called Strawberry Moon in North America because of the harvesting of the strawberries. This incredible photo by astrophotographer Göran Strand shows a full moon pink and gigantic over Sweden. » 6/13/14 1:18am 6/13/14 1:18am