This is a sure-fire way of dropping your phone, but it’s worth it.
I really want to purchase these for my personal business cards, but I’m afraid that the joke will be old when I finally get to use them. Or is this saying already old?
Historically and pop culturally relevant. Win.
With some tape and glue, this gallery’s walls dance to the beat of music.
[This optical illusion] comes from a special-effects concept called chroma keying, which is probably best explained by the “green screen” effect used in movies. “Lighting a red object with red light makes it look bright and makes other colors dark,” Blanchard explained to me over email. “I alternate quickly between red, green and blue light with computer-controlled strobe lights, hiding and showing different parts of my rgb wallpaper in sequence, which creates the illusion of motion.”