Culture

Culture

Take one look at these fruits and vegetables. Think you know what you"re seeing? Well, the truth is going to make your brain hurt. These are pieces by Japanese artist Hikaru Cho. Before, she created some truly spectacular 3D art. This series is called Its not what it seems, and she applies acrylic paint directly to the food. The...

Take a look at the wonderful work of Alyson Shotz. ... if you can even see it, that is. Alyson is an artist that specializes in creating large-scale sculptural pieces that relate with their surroundings. In this case, she created a fence that reflects the world around it. It almost perfectly blends in with the grass, trees and rolling...

Cooking in the kitchen isn"t for everyone. Some people just can"t get the hang of following recipes or knowing how to make reductions. However, if you"re brave enough to set foot in the kitchen (even if you"re not particularly talented), here are some awesome kitchen items you can use to make the experience amazing. These gadgets are for both...

If you look hard enough in the world around you, you can find some pretty outrageous stuff. Take these spiders, for instance. Either these aren"t real, or Mother Nature has gotten her hands on a Bedazzler. Typing "pretty" and "spiders" in the same sentence may feel wrong, but there"s no other way to describe these amazing arachnids. I know...

A collection of artists gather each year in Sydney, Australia, to create public sculptures. The collective spreads out over a 2 km distance along the beach and includes over 100 artists from around the world. These artists" zany and outlandish creations not only become a hot topic for locals, but will leave you in awe at the power of...

Want everyone at the next Halloween party you go to to think that you"re scary smart? Then you"ll definitely want to commit these fun holiday facts to memory. Some of these are so strange, they"ll seem like more of a trick than a treat for your brain. Take a look! 1. The world record for most Jack-O-Lanterns carved...