Amateur astronomer Frédéric Burgeot prefers to draw what he sees through his telescope rather than photographing the cosmos. A digital animator turned his lovely illustrations into 3D globes, capturing Burgeot's view of the planets at specific points in time.
In addition to being a world-renowned physicist, Richard Feynman was also an amateur artist, one who was fascinated by the power of lines and forms. He felt that his appreciation of art was deeply connected to his love of physics, representing an appreciation of the complexity and beauty of the world.
In 1844, the Great Auk went the way of the Dodo, and eventually so would mid-19th century fashions. Fortunately, artist Brian R. Williams has immortalized both, drawing extinct birds wearing clothes from the year they met their demise.Great Auk, 1844 Laughing Owl, 1914
The Muppets have always had trouble gaining acceptance as a troupe of chicken-loving, sardine-tossing stage performers, but will they face the fear and revulsion of humanity when they prove to be powerful mutants?
Amy Pond finally meets the one person in the universe who can stand up to her — and it looks like they're getting along quite well, in the first brief clip from the skit airing during Friday's Comic Relief special.
Aliens are inherently funny, even when they're drinking the marrow out of your funny bone. These are ten of the best alien-themed sketches this side of the Crab Nebula (and no, Coneheads is not #1).
You can never leave the island: Lost will haunt you everywhere. So, tonight we're celebrating the world's collective obsession with Lost by rounding up the best parodies and references from sketches to Veronica Mars' cookies.