Friday, April 24, 2009
This video is hilarious! The cat seems to be remote controlled by the sounds of a printer. You have to watch this! Oh, and forward it to all your friends, tweet it, re-enact it, and post video answers on youtube. Just a suggestion.
This is an awesome animation entry for the Adobe Records short film competition in Japan. It was done by Masayoshi Nakamura and Magico Nakamura with all sorts of clever tricks, animation and whatnot. Very awesome! Very, very awesome!
This is the cool music video for Kyle Andrews song 'Sushi' made up of about a million other youtube clips and videos. The song is quite cathcy, but the video itself is the kicker: All the clips are clickable. Wow, talk about interactivity....
The YouTube Mosaic Music Video is a digital piece of art that was made from 1.4 million tiles, and thousands of unique YouTube video stills. It is an original, interactive video of it's kind, and maxs out YouTube's annotation editor.
Jesus is everywhere, as this great news nugget shows: A woman in Inman, South Carolina says she just wanted a piece of cheese toast but, she received an image of Jesus in her latenight snack.
Onion News Network: In The Know panelists discuss whether seeing images of dead babies and bludgeoned prostitutes in our sleep is desensitizing Americans to violence.
Thursday, April 23, 2009
Wednesday, April 22, 2009
Something along those lines would read the headline in the Daily Mail, but here we have an almost flying squirrel stealing nuts from a plushy toy squirrel. "Aww" or "WTF", you decide. I'll go with "LOL". As usual.
Pretty interesting and arty official music video for "Everytime" by Oi Va Voi. The video was made by Katarzyna Kijek & Przemysław Adamski using a shredding machine. Every third frame of the footage was printed, shredded and shot three times blended with adjacent frames by different stripes configuration.
Tuesday, April 21, 2009
If this is not the best business combination in the universe ever, then clearly something is wrong in this world. Eat this Dragon's Den, here comes Toby Jones (of Jones' Big Ass Truck Rental & Storage fame) with his newest business. This is the future. Diversify!
OK, now I know that I posted a video of a Japanese beatboxer just a couple of days ago and then I claimed it was the best beatboxing video ever. That was clearly a mistake, as this Japanese dude by the name of Daichi proves quite well. He is teh awesome and FTW and all that cool webspeak the kids use these days.
Monday, April 20, 2009
Gizmo, the cute little Mogwai from the movie Gremlins, is smoking a joint and getting high in this video. It looks like the little guy needed some relief after filming with so many Gremlins around him. Cute, although he is doing drugs and obviously setting a bad example for people everywhere. Drugs are bad, mkay?
This is a rather awesome, very cool video filmed in high speed. If you're expecting the usual bullet through a balloon stuff, then this isn ot your kind of video. This is much, much better! The block of jelly at the end is especially awesome!
These are mostly 1000FPS shots, made during a recent rugby competition in the Stade de France, Paris
Wow! This guy is equally crazy as he is skilled! I'm usually not impressed by someone doing tricks with his bike but this is among the most incredible display of sheer skill I've ever seen. 100% fact!
Filmed over the period of a few months in and around Edinburgh by Dave Sowerby, this video of Inspired Bicycles team rider Danny MacAskill features probably the best collection of street/street trials riding ever seen. There's some huge riding, but also some of the most technically difficult and imaginative lines you will ever see. Without a doubt, this video pushes the envelope of what is perceived as possible on a trials bike.
Sunday, April 19, 2009
Pretty moving images of big robots - nice! After a minute of dialogue we get to see some of the cool robot CGI from Transformers2 (Revenge of the Fallen). Did I mention that I really don't like Shia? The footage make up for it, though.
Cool commercial for the news Philips 21:9 TV. This awesome short named Carousel was directed by Adam Berg with music provided from Michael Fakesch. The 2 minute 19 second cinematic feature is filmed in one continuous tracking shot and offers an exploration into the world of movies being made for the cinema screen through the eyes of the director and the special effects and lighting experts.