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Can Music Be Used as Medicine?

Biometric trackers are helping scientists tap into the body's response to songs and sound.<p>“Because you listened to Drake, how about Future next?”<p>Pandora, Spotify, and other music-streaming services try to predict what users might like to listen to, based on their tastes and what’s popular with …

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Dark Music at Paris Photo - Photographs by Roy DeCarava and Daisuke Yokota | LensCulture

Amongst the thousands of photographers on show at Paris Photo recently, there were two very dark highlights: a set of shadowy photogravures by American photographer Roy DeCarava, made in 1991 from mid-20th century negatives; and a new but equally black photobook by young Japanese photographer …

Frozen Flowers Melt Away Dramatically in Blocks of Ice

To create his <i>Locked in the ether</i> series, Kenji Shibata froze an array of flowers in blocks of ice, temporarily locking the full blooms in all their glory. Then, he let the ice melt and photographed the weepy wilting and thawing process.<p>As the ice relinquishes its grip on the flowers, bruised petals …

Watch A 5-Part Series On The History Of Video Game Graphics

This pixelated flashback takes you from Pong to Call Of Duty.<p>Stuart Brown‘s five part YouTube series–where one episode is being released every day this week–takes viewers through the evolution of video game graphics, starting with the most rudimentary games of the 1970s up through today.<p>What makes …

Luscious Green Grass Fills Gallery with Gentle Rolling Hills

With grass so lusciously green, it's almost hard to believe that this artwork existed indoors! Earlier this year, Norway-based creative Per Kristian Nygrd filled the space of the Noplace gallery in Oslo with a rolling lawn that cascaded from nearly a ceiling-height and ended at the edge of a …

Interview: Artist Walks Miles Over Frozen Lake to Create Intricately Swirling Snow Drawing

Last February, artist Sonja Hinrichsen and over 60 volunteers created this spectacular work of land art, titled <i>Snow Drawings at Catamount Lake</i>, by trekking out onto the frozen Catamount Lake in Colorado while wearing snowshoes, forming intricately swirling patterns over several miles of snow. The …

Blizzard Blankets Buffalo: In Pictures

The diary of a persistent schoolboy zoologist: from the archive, 20 November 1970

‘25 Oct. Bought a French grass snake for 15s. The snake has not eaten yet. I offered it some flies but it refused to eat them’<p>The “Schools Bulletin” of the West Riding Education Committee, published yesterday, told the story of the persistent schoolboy zoologist by quoting extracts from the diary …

More Hilarious Thrift Store Paintings Altered to Give Playful New Meanings

New York-based artist Dave Pollot uses all kinds of funny pop culture references to give playful new meanings to old thrift store paintings. We first featured his work back in February, where Star Wars ships and LEGO blocks made their way into vintage landscapes. Since then, the artist has produced …

Close-Up Footage of Popcorn Kernels Popping in Super Slow Motion

Taras Kulakov (a.k.a. “Crazy Russian Hacker“) and his brother Dima of Slow Mo Lab (previously) recently created a close-up video of popcorn kernels …

Beautiful Long Exposures of Firefly Trails by Vincent Brady

Photographer Vincent Brady gives us a beautiful new way to appreciate the glow of fireflies with this set of long exposures. While still light out, he captured this first photo at the Lake of Ozarks, a large reservoir in central Missouri. “Many people, when they see this photo, they have a certain …

D-Day, 70 Years Later: 11 Photos from Normandy and Beyond

June 6 marks the 70th anniversary of D-Day. In 1944, more than 160,000 Allied troops landed to fight Nazi Germany along a 50-mile stretch of …

Ozone hole layer remains size of North America, Nasa data shows

The Antarctic ozone hole, which was expected to reduce in size swiftly when manmade chlorine emissions were outlawed 27 years ago, is stubbornly remaining the size of North America, new data from Nasa suggests.<p>The hole in the thin layer of gas, which helps shield life on Earth from potentially …

Gigantic Man Erupts from the Earth in this Spectacular Outdoor Sculpture

A gigantic man crawls out from the earth in this spectacular outdoor sculpture titled <i>Feltpve</i> (“ripped up” or “popped up”) by Hungarian artist Ervin Lornth Herv. Crafted from polystyrene, the larger-than-life sculpture was temporarily installed in Budapest's Szchenyi Square for the Art Market …

Incredible Knitted Sculptures Made Entirely out of Glass

Looking at these knitted pieces by artist Carol Milne, you'll immediately notice that they weren't fashioned with yarn. In fact, they're crafted using something that's much less malleable – glass! It's almost unbelievable how neatly each fragile row is made and has the look and feel of fiber; this …

Stunning Cascade of Shattered Light Bulbs Suspended in Midair

A cascade of shattered light bulbs hangs from the ceiling in this stunning sculpture by fine art student Ashley Wallis. The artist, who created this piece for her foundation year at Sheffield Hallam University in England, aimed to explore the destructive nature of the elements–particularly fire and …

How To Turn Your Panorama Photos Into 360-Degree Little Planet Images

At 500px, we love featuring new photographers that have recently discovered photography, or picked up new skills in-camera and in post-processing …

just dad

Project info<p>just dad<p>the best option?<br>in a tent in the garden<br>hiding for dad’s cigarettes<p>dad is next to notorious smoker also a poet,<br>a collector of newspapers<br>and he likes to spent a lot of time in his head<p>he deviates from the norm<br>used to be bring me to school in his snowsuit<br>or went sunbathing in the …

US military releases new footage of air strikes against IS

The US military has released footage of air strikes against key Islamic State (IS) targets in Iraq and Syria.<p>The attacks took place at an IS-held building east of Al Hasakah on Monday and at a weapons storage facility in the same area on 26 September.<p>Another strike was carried out against a moving …

What Does a Hermit Do While Living in the Woods for 27 Years? Steal Pokemon Games

It's hard to imagine a single person living undetected in the United States while having no contact with another human being for years, yet that's precisely what happened over the last three decades. GQ has published a lengthy new story about Christopher Knight, a hermit who has lived in the woods …

Expressive Portraits by Rosie Hardy Venture into the Stunning Realm of Fantasy

For anyone who follows the work of young, talented photographers who belong to the Flickr community, Rosie Hardy is one name that comes up time and time again. Although only 23 years old, the Manchester, UK-based creative has been at the forefront of the movement of youthful, Flickr photographers …

3 surprising things that devour your data plan

It's OK to admit that picking a cellular plan makes you nervous. There are a lot of angles to consider, and you don't want to get it wrong.<p>Pick a plan that's too small and you'll go over your limit and rack up unwanted charges – or run into speed throttling on an unlimited plan. Go too large and …

Powerful Photo Series Documents the Final Generation of Foot Binding in China

For <i>Living History</i>, photographer Jo Farrell paints a stark yet complex portrait of China’s now-illegal practice of foot binding. Fueled by her desire …

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Snow White

Why Drive-Thru Dining Is Getting Slower

Fast food is getting slower, but the big companies don’t seem too worried, and chances are, neither are you.<p>What does another 15 seconds matter to your day? It’s an insignificant sum, nothing you might notice while waiting in a drive-thru for your lunch. But multiply that by 100 customers, and it …