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An impressive and rather mesmeric interpretation of Vincent Van Gogh’s ‘Starry Night’ (followed by something even more impressive) by Turkish artist Garip Ay using the traditional paper marbling technique of ebru.

Colours are floated on the surface of a viscous watery solution called size before transferring the image to a sheet of paper.



Dr Roy Lowry of Plymouth University demonstrates the deeply satisfying explosive power of liquid nitrogen returning to its gaseous state.

Wait for it.

(We posted this the other day but the YouTube link disappeared. A replacement has appeared. We felt it worth reposting.)


It’s obvious how the Awaglass by StudioNote measures time. But how much time?

Frankly, who cares? You don’t spend ¥5250 (€54.60) on this class of a yoke because you need a chronograph. You buy it to turn over and over in your hands, slack-jawed, mesmerised by the bubbly shenanigans.

Then one day, you crack it open when you run out of Fairy Liquid.