With extreme temperatures, boiling lava and acid rain to contend with, climbing into the belly of Vanuatu’s Marum Crater proved to be one of the biggest tests yet of adventurer George Kourounis’ nerve.
Acrobatically suspending himself above dramatic drops thousands of feet in the air, Norway’s Eskil Ronningsbakken is the definition of an extreme artist. We asked him about his life-threatening work.
Incredibly lifelike and strangely alluring, artist Jordan Wolfson’s animatronic robot “(Female Figure)” talks in riddles, dances to “Blurred Lines” and is the creepiest thing you’ll see all week.
Magnificently lighting up pitch-black spaces across the globe, Julien Salaud’s stunning glowing tapestries could almost be undiscovered cave paintings – albeit ones with a futuristic twist.
The crystal blue waters of the Bahamas aren’t the first place you’d expect to see a colony of pigs, but that’s exactly what the island of Big Major Cay offers visitors. It’s a swine lover’s paradise.
B-movies from the mid-20th century are known for their low budgets and dodgy special effects, but the creatures collected here take the cake in the cheapness stakes: they’re laugh-out-loud hilarious.