Joe Riss is a National Geographic wildlife photographer specializing in migratory animals in Yellowstone. In this great short documentary by Andy Maser, Joe explores what it means to seemingly have a dream job and life.
National Geographic talks to a small number of women in Sardinia who wear traditional dressed that they made as adolescents and still wear everyday. I love being introduced to things that happen all over the world that I would have never guessed existed.
To put it lightly, Philip Ashforth Coppola loves New York City's subway stations. For the past 38 years, the New Jersey-based illustrator has been exploring the Big Apple's underground stations and sketching its mosaics in amazing detail with just a ballpoint pen. In 1984, Copp published his first volume of subway drawings, "Silver Connections." He continues to document the city's underground, but doesn't expect to finish until 2040.
I'd like to thank the BBC for pearlfish are completely okay with being hilariously disgusting.
Adult Swim - The History of a Television Empire. Watch this not because Adult Swim helps pay my bills, but because it's good.
This animation is legitimately unlike anything I've ever seen.
My favorite Japanese TV ads from 1985, featuring John Travolta, ramen, Star Wars and plenty of whisky.
The Future Is Now