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Contemporary Artist Concetta Antico's Vividly Colorful World

By Allegra Staples on November 3, 2014
Contemporary Artist Concetta Antico's Vividly Colorful World

Artists generally have a better perception of colors than the average person. However, very few can discern colors quite like Concetta Antico, a San Diego-based contemporary artist. That's because this talented painter happens to be a tetrachromat - a select group of people that have the ability to distinguish 100 million nuances of color, an astounding hundred times what a normal person can observe! This means that their world is full of vivid colors that most of us will never experience.

Video Of The Week - OK Go's Latest Music Video Will Have You Twirling Umbrellas

By Meera Dolasia on October 27, 2014
Video Of The Week - OK Go's Latest Music Video Will Have You Twirling Umbrellas

Los Angeles-based alternative rock band OK Go first rose to fame in 2006 with the release of the music video of their song "Here it Goes Again". While the song was good, what made it special was the fact that the four musicians performed the song, whilst dancing atop fast-moving treadmills. Viewed more than 50 million times on YouTube, the video became one of the year's biggest hits and even won a Grammy.

Video Of The Week - Nikola Tesla Portrait "Painted" With Electricity

By Meera Dolasia on October 20, 2014
Video Of The Week - Nikola Tesla Portrait "Painted" With Electricity

Serbian scientist Nikola Tesla is known for many brilliant innovations. However his biggest contribution to the world was the invention of the alternating current without which, we would not have electricity in our homes today! It is therefore only fitting that as a tribute to the brilliant man, American artist Phil Hansen decided to create a portrait of him using just electric sparks.

At This Spanish Comedy Club Patrons "Pay Per Laugh"

By Meera Dolasia on October 15, 2014
At This Spanish Comedy Club Patrons "Pay Per Laugh"

In September 2013, the government of Spain increased taxes on cultural events from 8% to 21%, making the cost of live theater performances prohibitive for most people. Within four months, venues reported a 30% decline in audience. While most theater owners sat around fuming at the officials, Barcelona-based Teatreneu, decided to tackle the challenge with an innovative approach to attract audience.

Wingardium Leviosa! British Artist "Levitates" Covent Garden's Historic Market Building

By Meera Dolasia on October 10, 2014
Wingardium Leviosa! British Artist "Levitates" Covent Garden's Historic Market Building

First there was the invisibility cloak created by scientists from the University of Rochester and now, this levitation of a section of Covent Garden's historic Market Building in London! And though it may appear to be the work of wizard extraordinaire Hermione Granger, this is no magic spell - just a clever illusion, created by 30-year-old British artist and designer, Alex Chinneck.

Incredible 'Tree Of 40 Fruit' Lives Up To Its Name

By Allegra Staples on August 23, 2014
Incredible 'Tree Of 40 Fruit' Lives Up To Its Name

Award-winning artist and professor Sam Van Aken has managed to accomplish what very few people are able to do - combine art and science together in a project that is as visually stunning, as it is biologically amazing. He has created trees that grow not one or two, but more than 40 types of stone fruit that include numerous kinds of peaches, plums, apricots, nectarines and cherries. What's even more amazing is that many of the fruits are ancient, hard-to-find, varieties.

Pssst . . . Peter Pan, Sherlock Holmes & Queen Victoria Wish To Speak To You!

By Meera Dolasia on August 22, 2014
Pssst . . . Peter Pan, Sherlock Holmes & Queen Victoria Wish To Speak To You!

Let's be honest, historical statues can get a little boring. After all, how many times can one admire the intricate carving or read the plaque etched below? It is therefore no wonder that most people just whiz past them, as they go about their daily lives. But what if they had a story to tell? Would passersby spend two minutes of their precious time to listen?

World's Largest Sand Sculpting Festival Pays Tribute To Disneyland Paris

By Richard Pavek on July 19, 2014
World's Largest Sand Sculpting Festival Pays Tribute To Disneyland Paris

Though sand sculpting festivals are fairly common, few are as majestic as the one organized by Belgium's Royal Sand Carvers Society. An annual tradition since 1997, the festival which received the 2010 Guinness World Record for the largest such event, incorporates over 150 sand masterpieces created by 30 of the world's best carvers.

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