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Wajid Ali, a self-taught artist based in the United Kingdom, creates masterpieces using a medium you probably gave up sometime around the fifth grade: coloured pencils. But whereas you struggled to stay in the lines, Ali creates portraits of pop culture icons you’d swear were actually photographs once he puts down his pencils.
Video: Last week, the haves, have-nots and welders of the world reunited in Nevada's Black Rock Desert for Burning Man 2016. The week-long festival celebrates ingenuity, hacking, making and a valid reason to go a week without bathing. Mark Day was there to capture all of the insanity, and created a hyperlapse of all the Burning Man 2016 highlights, which seems like the ideal way to experience it.
Video: Time-lapse footage has the power to turn mundane things into the most fascinating video you've ever seen. Aside from making sure you don't step in it, you'd probably barely notice ice cream melting on the footpath. But when the hours long process is sped up so that it takes just a few seconds, you're left with something spectacular -- and an insatiable craving for ice cream.