It seems like every other day there is a new dreamy, stupifyingly beautiful timelapse video of some location around the globe. It's a tried and true form for wowing us internet denizens, but rarely do we get to meet the people behind those thousands of shutter clicks.
Though music usually comes from people's voices or people thumping something on another thing or people wisping their fingers across strings, Japanese artist Daito Manabe found a new form for a musical instrument: the human face. Yep, facial songs.
I can't remember the last time I noticed anything about a stage, versus the people performing on it. Had I been at this year's Coachella, I certainly would have (mind-addling drugs aside)—the thing was a rumbling LED supernova.