And to make this feat even more challenging, he did all of this without using glue.
I built this project back in November of 2013 and today it is my #3 most viewed video at 5.1 million. This version was faster, but you can watch the original...
While we're a little worried about his fingertips, this is incredibly impressive.
Ah, so this is how they're making ice sculptures now.
That, or he made a pact with a strange man at the crossroads... or gravity is a lie. Those are our working theories.
We're suddenly very hungry for ice cream rolls.
We're not sure why we find this demolition of an old colonial-era bridge in India to be so satisfying, but it just is.
And the best thing is that it's all achieved with only primitive tools and manpower.
Nothing soothes our jaded souls more than watching a kid and his bovine pal just hanging out together like best friends.
Is this what they mean by "deconstructed food"?
He makes it look so easy, and yet one misstep and this could have all gone wrong.
A very simple experiment with gratifying results.
Our ears appreciate the strange white noise; our eyes adore the chaotic scene of yellow, purple, green and blue pinging against one another; and our hearts love the hard work and elbow grease that went into this beauty.
A cup of dry ice and a single drop of detergent trigger this soapy hypnotism.
There's just something so satisfying about watching your childhood toys turn into fine, ground dust.
Here's what happens when you dip gallium Legoman into liquid nitrogen and then smash it with a hammer.
Here's your moment of zen for the day.
Peter Song has been transforming water and flour into Chinese hand-pulled noodles for over ten years, and he's unsurprisingly really, really good at it.
A fleeting moment where blue books, registration windows and midterms no longer exist.
Steady hands, mental geometry and a lot of practice go into make these shots a reality.
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