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How are candy canes made?

If you've ever wondered how candy canes are made, look no further! Above, this Tallahassee artisanal candy maker demonstrates how to make candy canes by hand. Watch them cut and twist the ingredients into a shimmery-s...

The art of making a book: Setting type, printing, & binding by hand

Before machines automated the process of printing and binding books, but after books were made with handwritten pages or large, hand-carved wood blocks, books were typeset with small metal pieces, printed, and bound/s...

AMNH Origami: Fold a Jumping Frog in 13 Easy Steps

In celebration of the American Museum of Natural History's annual Origami Holiday Tree, a 40 year tradition, the museum has released a series of short origami-making videos. Above, how to fold a jumping frog from an i...

Painting a Siggi Eggertsson mural for the Iceland Design Centre

In 2012, sign and mural painters Skiltamálun Reykjavíkur teamed up with visual artist Siggi Eggertsson to paint a mural for the Iceland Design Centre in Reykjavik. Watch as these culture-filled stamps come together in...

Minute Earth: Why Do Rivers Curve?

"...All it takes to turn a straight stretch of river into a bendy one, is a little disturbance and a lot of time, and in nature there's plenty of both." In this Minute Earth episode, narrated by science writer Emily E...

How to fold The World’s Best Paper Airplane

If you want to fold the world's best paper airplane, how do you know it's the best? Watch the video! In 2012, former Cal Berkeley quarterback Joe Ayoob officially broke the Guinness World Record by flying a John Colli...

SweetAmbs: How To Decorate Cookies To Look Like Fall Leaves

Learn how to transform sugar or spice cookies into multi-colored, gold-dusted fall leaves with Pastry Chef Amber Spiegel at SweetAmbs Cookies. So autumnal! Even if don't make them exactly like this, the tutorial is fu...

Cranberries: How Does It Grow?

Cranberries might have one of the more spectacular-looking harvests of any food. Every October, cranberry bogs full of low-growing, fruit-bearing, woody vines are flooded with water. As harvesters drive through, the m...

Round hand & single stroke lettering demos by Glen Weisgerber

Master pinstriper and airbrush legend Glen Weisgerber has been lettering, pinstriping, and painting logo designs on trucks, race cars, guitars, and motorcycles professionally since 1971. Watch his years of practice an...

How to make pancake beetles & caterpillars for breakfast

This breakfast tutorial mixes entomology with pancake-making, minus any actual edible insects. Using heat and time to brown the bug outlines, Saipancakes' Nathan Shields draws beetles and caterpillars with pancake bat...

The Magic Moment: Work by paper engineer Peter Dahmen

From sketches, to prototypes, to finished three dimensional pieces, Germany-based paper engineer Peter Dahmen infuses his passion for movement into his paper structures and pop-up cards. In this film by Christopher He...

Deep Look: The Amazing Life of Sand

There’s a story in every grain of sand: tales of life and death, fire and water. If you scooped up a handful of sand from every beach, you'd have a history of the world sifting through your fingers. From mountain boul...

How do cliff swallows build their mud pellet nests?

From the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, watch as some cliff swallows gather small chunks of mud from the water's edge, and then, against a cliffside or man-made wall, stack the mud pellets around themselves like 1,000 dr...

Making a traditional Japanese wooden Kokeshi Doll

Watch as Kokeshi artisan Yasuo Okazaki carves and paints a traditional, one-of-a-kind Kokeshi Japanese Wooden Doll in the “Naruko” style from a spinning block of wood. The video was filmed by Te to Te to Te (Hand and ...

The Great Pyramid of Giza was bright white & highly polished

Egypt's Great Pyramid of Giza used to look very different from the way it does now. When it was first completed around 2560–2540 BC, the pyramid's original external walls of Tura limestone casing stones were sanded sm...

How are shipping containers made?

We've seen them traveling on trains and stacked high on ships, but where do shipping containers come from? How are they made? To answer that question, moving and storage company BigSteelBox filmed this HD promotional ...

A LEGO Dragon self-assembles with stop motion animation

LEGO + dragons + stop motion! With 479 pieces to move around, this LEGO dragon self-assembly video demonstrates a lot of detailed movement in every frame, animated by Elin Roberts, Head of Public Engagement at Newcast...

How to make Halloween pumpkins with scary teeth

How scary and realistic do faces look when you give them big teeth? YouTuber DaveHax demonstrates five pumpkin carving techniques for making your own scary and surprising Halloween Jack-o'-lanterns, including how to: ...

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