Epipheo interviewed Daniel H. Wilson about the Robopocalypse. Daniel is an authority on this subject and willing to guide us through an upcoming robot uprising.
These artworks are visible only from the right angle.
By Ken Taylor.
New Yorkers thank their mom.
Beautiful photography of a stunning city.
By Philip Karlberg.
An artist profile of Jackie Binns.
This is an animated short film that's been made by a team of volunteer artists and animators from all over the world, working together online without ever having met.
A beautiful and funny short film about a moth.
Words depicting their own meaning.
A music video made by Chris Ullens.
A day with Tim, Kie and Pip.
It would look like this.
Sooner or later dogs and their bosses will show more and more resemblances.
By artist Gunilla Klingberg.
Jelly bean remakes of classic art works.
The return of Jesus through the eyes of Quentin Tarantino.
Jason Lee photographed his daugthers in various creative ways.
Some stunning photographs.
Two celebrities in one picture.
By Samuel Orr.
Boey makes stunning drawings on coffee cups.
By Chuck Close.
Explained by Bill Sauder.
Filmed with the help of some clever techniques.
By photographer Seth Casteel.
By Nori Sakamoto.
By artist Catherine Nelson.
The military action meets Equilibrium meets Mario Brothers. Very unique!
From an aerial view. By Ross Racine.
Babies in grown up clothes.
Finally we'll never have a flat tire again!
By Polixeni Papapetrou (What a name!)
Kids put their fantasies on film.
Swiss artist Remo Lienhard (aka Wes21) creates impressive and detailed works of art.
By Chinese artist 'Red' Hong Yi.
It's possible, as is demonstrated by this guy. Pretty impressive!