Rodney Pike is an artist, illustrator and Photoshop ninja. The artist specializes in caricature, photo manipulation and political satire and his work has been featured in countless publications both printed and online.
What better way to announce their newest product, HERO4, than with a video shot entirely on their latest camera?
A conversation pit is an architectural features that incorporates built-in seating into a depressed section of flooring within a larger room.
Timothy Doner is a teenage ‘hyperpolyglot’ with conversational proficiency in over 20 different languages.
A perfectly placed GoPro (it barely moves!) captures what it’s like to have a train pass directly overhead at 75 mph (120 km/h).
Photograph by LI JIAHAO via Apple Daily In a watershed moment for Hong Kong, tens of thousands of citizens protested across the city on Monday; blocking roadways, prompting closures and disrupting daily life.
Nathan Shields is an illustrator, math teacher and self-proclaimed ‘professional dad’ to two wonderful kids.
The 2014 National Geographic Photo Contest is under way with entries being accepted until October 31, 2014.
According to the BBC, Iceland has one of the lowest violent crime rates in the world. Police are unarmed, ‘hard drugs’ usage is low and tensions between economic classes is virtually non-existent.
In December of 2011, Iris Grace Halmshaw was diagnosed with Autism. Iris’ parents say she rarely speaks and that interacting with others can be challenging, but is able to expresses herself through movement and art.
Workers at Care Rescue Texas gave lemurs Mort and Miss Stewart a little treat. They only let them have a little of the lollipops as an entire one would be too much sugar for the cute critters.
Magnetic Resonance Imaging “sees” inside the body by mapping the position of water molecules, which exist at different densities in different types of tissue.
A group of friends in Kaunas, Lithuania have teamed up to create a hilarious series of photos to highlight their city’s egregious pothole situation.
Photograph by Paul Bica The Maloja Pass (Italian: Passo del Maloja, German: Malojapass) (elevation 1815 meters/5954 ft) is a high mountain pass in the Swiss Alps in the canton of Graubünden, linking the valleys of Engadin with the Val Bregaglia and Chiavenna in Italy.
Even when he messes up it just makes him more relatable. Cumberbatch can do no wrong! As a random side note, did you know Emperor penguins (not the ones shown in the video above), can dive to 1,850 feet (565 meters) underwater?
A dog having the time of its life playing in this water fountain is a reminder to us all to slow down, take a moment and enjoy the simple pleasures in life :)
Welcome to the Shirk Report where you will find the 25 funny images, 10 interesting articles and 5 entertaining videos from the last 7 days of sifting.
A group of kids argue whether it’s raining or sprinkling outside and things quickly escalate…
Back in 2008, Malaysian artist Lee Samantha was pregnant with her second child. Lee knew that newborns commanded a lot of time and that if she could get her eldest daughter to eat independently, it would free up more of the precious resource.
World renowned marine conservationist and scuba diving pioneer Valerie Taylor talks with the Central Florida Aquarium Society about her special friendship with a spotted moray eel.