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This Daredevil’s Balancing Feats Above 3,000ft Drops Are a Potentially Fatal Form of Art

Ronningsbakken handstands on a ladder on the edge of the Preikestolen plateau, well over 1,900 feet up overlooking the Lysefjord. Image: Sindre Lundvold Poised perilously on a tightrope approximately 3,280 feet up in the air above the majestic Lysefjord in southwestern Norway, Eskil Ronningsbakken must fight hard to manage his fear. There is no safety …

The Gaze of This Scantily-Clad Animatronic Dancer Will Haunt Your Dreams Forever

Image: YouTube/VernissageTV When they notice her, she notices them too, and despite her terrifying appearance, it’s almost impossible not to return her gaze. In fact, as creepy as this woman undeniably is, there’s something morbidly fascinating about her – and that’s not to mention the various mysteries that her face and actions conjure. Why is …

Tunnels Filled With Glowing UV Art As If Painted By Cave Men of the Future

Image: Julien Salaud Fleuve Céleste – Loire Valley, 2015 Julien Salaud stands in almost total darkness, the only illumination coming from the glowing lines of his own captivating, immersive artwork. The drawings bear a certain resemblance to the carved rock illustrations of his cavemen ancestors, but the distinctive luminescent twist marks them out as something …

These Pencil-Tip Sculptures of Pop Culture Icons Are Mightily Impressive

Image: Salavat Fidai Yoda Over the centuries, artists including Vincent van Gogh and Pablo Picasso have each created museum-worthy art using little more than a pencil. Today, Salavat Fidai does something similar – but with a twist. Indeed, for Fidai – with his keen eye for detail and incredibly steady hand – the pencil leads …