If you've ever held a brass instrument in your hands and really inspected it up close, you know there's some weird magic at work...
Before we had libraries of 1000s of songs in our pockets that could be summoned with flicks of our fingers, we had this (and it was cool).
A forensic scientist and an art historian detail the five steps they follow to tell a forgery apart from the genuine article.
Orkestra Obselete time travels the classic song, playing it on instruments that were all the rage 50 years before it was released.
Israeli company AFRON has a special machine that shakes the hell out of olive trees to make short work of harvest.
Get your $* together and enjoy the #$@!% out of this short #$@!% video that details how we learned a new way to swear.
Check out this compelling review of the last 13.8 billion years, from the big bang all the way through to the evolution of life.
"If someone has to taste real food...authentic food...it has to be street food." We couldn't agree more! The new show drops April 26th.
"Most model makers are outcasts who don't fit in anywhere else because all we're capable of doing is making tiny versions of things."
It's crazy that it's all so well preserved. Even so, I don't think I'd be able to stomach trying any of it. Not even the cigarette!
It's striking how similar our subway system's evolution has so far been to that of the 156-year old London Underground.
CNBC takes a hard look at where the online reviewing platform came from, where it is now, and where it might go in the future.
This short video from 2017 was filmed by a diver who somehow kept his cool when a tremblor starting shaking the sea floor.
In this short video, move poster designer James Verdesoto dishes to Vanity Fair on modern movie poster design leans on colour.
Watch Julian Baumgartner of Chicago's Baumgartner Fine Art Restoration work on a self portrait of Emma Gaggiotti Richards.
The B1M trains their engineering/construction eyes on Neuschwanstein, King Ludwig II of Bavaria's stunning mountaintop castle.
Trash Theory explains how the punk music scene got its start in the 1950s with the pushing of rock and roll boundaries.
If you close your eyes and imagine the future of marketing and advertising, what you see probably isn't too far off from this...
Nature has been lying to us our entire lives, and we'll probably never look at these butterflies the same way ever again.
In this 1958 episode of the CBS series Trackdown, a man named Trump arrives at a western town to warn of doom and offer protection.
"They condense by gravity from gas and dust until their temperatures become so high that they begin to shine." -- Carl Sagan.
This short explainer from Terra Incognita explains the consequences of a 9.0 earthquake in Vancouver's backyard.
The new program from NVIDIA 'creates' faces indistinguishable from those belonging to people who were, you know, actually born.
This short video provides historical and scientific perspectives on vinyl records and details how they sonically compare to digital.
British Food Historian Chris Carr walks us through the "peasant food" a medieval knight likely ate when visiting a humble roadside inn.
An astronaut captured this breathtaking footage of the Russian Progress MS-10 cargo spacecraft punching through our atmosphere.
Blue Note Records' graphic designer Reid Miles combined photography and typography in such a way as to define the medium.
If you've ever wondered what your face would look like if it turned towards the most powerful wind in history, here you go...