Josephine Livingstone brings us this wonderful look at the only four surviving books of poetry written in Old English.
All things cultural.
Take a wander into Japan’s only all-female staffed sushi restaurant.
Watch artist Yasuo Okazaki make these beautiful Japanese Kokeshi dolls with incredible craftsmanship.
Elizabeth Rage takes us through all the steps to make a DIY cosplay Princess Leia costume, which turned out looking fantastic.
Machinists: Motherboard gives us an inside look at the so-called dying art of print in this behind the scenes look at The New York Times, who publish hundreds of thousands of newspapers every day, all year round.
Mental Floss brings us this list of 16 myths about blindness in one his more illuminating videos.
Perhaps it’s time we needed a new calendar to remind ourselves of a past long forgotten and rarely mentioned when talking about history – a new human era.
Watch the incredible story based on NSA docs. of a windowless building in NYC, which has been investigating by Laura Poitras and Henrik Moltke, with narration by ‘Mr. Robot’s’ Rami Malek and actress Michelle Williams.
Everything many of us know about world maps is wrong and here’s why.
Watch these student chefs prepare this massive sushi roll for the 2016 Japanese Food Festival.
Fred Nelson is a tap dancer, who found a passion late in life by dancing on a piece of wood. Wonderfully uplifting short film, titled ‘He Who Dances on Wood’ from BRIC TV.
Sneaky Zebra brings takes us into this year’s Blizzcon 2016 in which cosplayers dress up, inspired by Blizzard Entertainment’s games dress up.
School friends Casey who is Jewish and Yasmin who is Muslim, got together for this year’s Halloween to become internet superheroes.
Next time you’re in Australia, take a detour to the self-declared sovereign state known as “Atlantium”. With a population of around 3000, this tiny country near Sydney has a lot to offer.
Patrik Wallner takes us on a beautiful tour of Africa filming skateboarders across numerous urban and countryside locations in ‘Under The African Capricorn’
The past and future of consumerism is explored in this new video from The School of Life, which ponders if buying non-essential items can be healthy for us.