If you've ever wondered what your face would look like if it turned towards the most powerful wind in history, here you go...
For when the depressing monotony of the rain becomes too much and begs for variance of tone and intensity with a side of thunder.
Iron Chef Canada premieres October 17th, the same day that marijuana finally becomes legal in Canada. Somehow that doesn't feel right.
A new "Now You See It" explainer looks at how striped garments became the subconscious uniform of nonconformists in film.
The ultimate neutral affirmative "OK" gets its fascinating and long history adroitly sussed out in this short doc from Vox.
This fan made short film chronologically pairs the music of the band with the faces of its members as they age over 56 years.
Ben Churchill is into making diners queasy with his unorthodox creations. Think ashtray, dish sponges, and mouldy oranges.
This domino tower took four days to build using 5,550 blocks, and its destruction took just 46 immensely satisfying seconds.
Our ancestors ignited a relationship between ourselves and photons that changed the course of mankind and continues to evolve to this day.
As this short doc reminds us, true human connections are almost never established in settings that can be described as "cheerful".
"Social media encourages the memeification of human experience. Instead of diversity we see homogeneity. It’s extremely boring."
PBS Eons explains how evolutionary adaptations steered delicious cephalopods to eventually shed their protective outer shells.
It's been raining so much that it's OK to wonder what would happen if it never stopped. The answer isn't pretty...
This drool-worthy edit includes delicious scenes from such as Ratatouille, Garden of Words, The Fantastic Mr. Fox, and Spirited Away.
This incredibly thorough tutorial on the art and craft of processing wheels of the prized Italian cheese is oddly satisfying.
Watch a veteran pastry guru painstakingly decorate an old school cake that cost upwards of $3,700 in today's money.
Greek graphic/visual designer Dimitris Ladapoulus breaks down the works of the two Rembrandts in an oddly beautiful, unique way.
"Christopher Walken has branched out from his very successful acting career to pursue his true passion, creating artisanal coffee beverages and pastries"
An artist turned the weapons in the legendary fight scene from 1972's "Fist of Fury" into lightsabers, and there was much rejoicing.
When the Bank of England misprinted a 5 pound banknote, they shredded into thousands of tiny pieces. This person put it back together.
Chan Hon Meng is the chef behind “Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice and Noodle”, a Michelin-starred plate that costs less than a Big Mac.
Two brothers used their nerdiness to detail - in convincing timelapse - the build of the iconic Star Wars super weapon.
This is perhaps the coolest way in which a brewery has ever told another brewery to stop infringing upon their trademark.
When artist Gwyneth Leech learned the view from her studio was going to be blocked by a new high-rise, she was devastated.
Great Big Story hits the village of Sunchang and looks in on the gochujang tradition of a master.
This new gadget from Japan aims to overcome a Western cultural sensitivity with wireless audio tech synched to a fork.
This is Bob. He wakes up in his van every morning right next to his favourite surf spot and enjoys the hell out of himself.
What does it take to win and keep a Michelin Star? What about two Michelin Stars? Or three? This doc goes inside that struggle.