A journey through man's attempts at visualizing time itself
This new title offers an unprecedented and remarkable journey into our collective corporal curiosity with breathtaking paintings and art.
In this talk of his from TEDxRainier, comedian Chris Bliss, who has worked on The Late Show and The Tonight Show, explores the sociology and neuroscience of humor and laughter.
From George L. Legendre, an ambitious design dissection on the beloved carb staple, exploring the intricate, beautiful shapes of 90 pasta types.
What the young painter's father taught him about the secrets of success, religion, and the weather
How dogs became man's best muse, as well as his friend
Tolstoy holds a eleven point lead over Shakespeare in these literary opinion polls
What a the literary greats can teach us about the fine points of make-believe
What the ancient cities in Sudan, China, and Morocco can teach us about designing better communities
Why "information overload" is the wrong lens through which to consider the issue, or what sugar and fat have to do with Hollywood junk.
How Thomas Edison made the kiss Hollywood's favorite audience-courting device
Different illustrators from across history offer their fantastical interpretations of a classic tale.
What a busy Manhattan restaurant, a Chilean YouTube disaster, and a 19th-century cardinal have to do with the limits of the human brain.
Lessons in love and the early stirrings of genius appear in the casual writings of literary greats.
In a series of experiments, including his famous "Face the Rear" elevator test, Gestalt scholar and social psychology pioneer Solomon Asch showed how easily people slip into conformity.
The Nobel Prize Winner and author of 'The Grapes of Wrath' on the importance of waiting for love
Inspired by the vanishing of the honeybees, a stunning montage of high-speed images that reveal the intricate details of pollination.
Three thinkers on which type of wisdom is more valuable
The well-known artist and satirical cartoonist created 'Les Tres Riches Heures de Mrs. Mole' while his wife struggled with breast cancer.
How to commit 114 out of 115 possible violations of literary art in less than a single page