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What a Baby Can See In Its First 12 Months of Life

  According to research it takes babies approximately two years for their eyesight to fully develop. In fact children can’t focus on their parents’ faces, even close up, until they’re around three months old.

How BBC Gives Planet Earth a Cinematic Quality

  Going digital, using gimbals, and drones have helped give Planet Earth a cinematic quality, but ultimately it’s all about the storytelling.

Dave Pollot Paints Your Favorite Characters Into Discarded Paintings

  Dave Pollot is a New York based artist who is best known for his altered thrift art paintings. Pollot finds abandoned artworks and adds his own touch (most often pop culture parodies).

Amazing HD Close Up of a Glassblower Making a Horse

  Watch this amazing HD footage of a glassblower making a horse in 90 seconds flat!    

Forest of Numbers by Emmanuelle Moureaux

© Emmanuelle Moureaux Architecture + Design Website | Facebook | Instagram   To celebrate the NACT’s 10th anniversary (The National Art Center, Tokyo) French artist and architect Emmanuelle Moureaux transformed the Center’s 2,000 square meter Special Exhibition Gallery room into a Forest of Numbers.

‘Tiny Trump’ is What the World Needs Right Now

  Last week a few photoshopped images of a 2 ft tall Trump started trending on reddit. Once the first few images gained momentum it wasn’t long before flood gates opened and hundreds of photoshopped images found their way online.

This Is What Happens When You Microwave a Bar of Soap

  Steve Mould put a camera inside a microwave and then heated up a bar of Ivory soap. Watch the bubbles of air inside the bar expand to create this cool effect.

This Is Why You Never Trust a Trapezoid

  In this clip from the 1958 film, “Gateways to the Mind“, we see how our mind plays tricks on us and why you should never trust a trapezoid.

Picture of the Day: Bixby Creek Bridge, Big Sur

Photograph by TwistedSifter   Completed in 1932, the Bixby Creek Bridge soars 260 ft (79 m) above the bottom of a steep canyon carved by Bixby Creek.

The Shirk Report – Volume 409

  Welcome to the Shirk Report where you will find 20 funny images, 10 interesting articles and 5 entertaining videos from the last 7 days of sifting.

At 251.5 m (825 ft), This Is the Longest Ski Jump Ever

  On February 15, 2015, Norway’s Anders Fannemel set the ski jumping world record with a distance 251.5 m (825 ft) at a competition in Vikersund, Norway.

This Guy Built a Miniature Organ Entirely Out of Paper and It Actually Works

  Aliaksei Zholner built this working miniature organ entirely out of paper and cardboard (except for one transparent plastic side to view internals for this video).

Iceland Under a Full Moon is as Amazing as it Sounds

  Aerial photographer OZZO Photography shows us the breathtaking landscapes of Iceland under a full moon.

When You Blink Faster Than Your Camera’s Shutter

Photograph by Luke Mandle   In this trippy photograph we see what happens when you blink faster than the shutter on your camera.

Ann Carrington Makes Beautiful Bouquets from Old Silverware

  In a series entitled, “Bouquets and Butterflies“, artist Ann Carrington transforms old silverware into beautiful metal bouquet sculptures.

A Hyperlapse Tour of the World Shot Entirely With Images from Google Earth

  Multimedia artist Matteo Archondis created this amazing hyperlapse using solely images from Google Earth.

When VR Goes Mainstream Remember This Vid

  YouTuber Natalie Tran had some fun with her partner while he was playing a racing game on his Oculus Rift.

Last Week Tonight with John Oliver Is Back

  Last Week Tonight with John Oliver is back, you should watch it.    

Picture of the Day: Grandma’s Handmade Quilts

Photograph by reddit user tits_mcgheee   Reddit user tits_mcgheee recently shared this photo with the following, incredibly moving caption:   “My Grandmother’s handmade quilts draped over the pews at her funeral.

Tears for Fears Does Live Duet With Guy Whose Dulcimer Version of their Song Went Viral

  Last year, musician Ted Yoder uploaded a hammered dulcimer rendition of “Everybody Wants to Rule the World” by Tears for Fears on YouTube.