Yes! (Punching air.)
» Solo on a tiny drum kit
This one is making the rounds but he’s really good.
Check out his Youtube channel, he has many more videos.
» Expert Cooking – AMAZING !!!
An Asian street food vendor makes a banana crepe in flamboyant style. I love it.
No idea where this is, the uploader didn’t say.
Sent in by Jennidub.
» World’s Largest Rope Swing
That’s certainly what it is!
Located in Moab, Utah.
Sent in by Jennidub.
» Giant Globe OLED Display Geo-Cosmos
“National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation in Tokyo displayed Mitsubishi Electric’s “Geo-Cosmos”, the world’s first large-scale spherical OLED. It was breathtaking.”
» Hong Kong Accelerate
“Timelapse project that we created to capture the beautiful side of Hong Kong.”
Happy Friday, video people.
Friday again. Whuhoo!
» FEIST – The bad in each other
An incredibly moving short film by Martin de Thurah. Really well done.
» Making of a Shade
“Soren Berger makes one of his unique wooden lampshades.”
No kidding. This apparently takes several days.
This one is definitely making the rounds but I think it’s cool.
» Fotoshop by Adobé (Adobe)
“This commercial isn’t real, neither are society’s standards of beauty.”
Sent along by Bonnie P.
» 22 Bonds for One Minute
“The first minute of all the James Bond films at once.”
A happy belated Valentines Day to you all.
Have a great weekend!
Friiiiday! At last.
You know what that means…
“Made using hundreds of collected sounds from Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight. Every sound you hear in this video came from the audio track from the film.”
Stuff like this right here? It’s why I love the web.
Sent along by Kevin K.
» OK Go – Needing/Getting
I know these extremely intricate videos are becoming (perhaps) a gimmick with this band, but the reality is I can’t stop watching them, and their music is really good. Crazy detailed work went into making this. Well done.
Note: made in conjunction with and with the assistance of Chevrolet.
» Robot readable world
“How do robots see the world? How do they gather meaning from our streets, cities, media and from us?
This is an experiment in found machine-vision footage, exploring the aesthetics of the robot eye.”
» The Bicycle Animation
I’m not sure but this may only work when you’re shooting the bicycle on video. (Matched to a certain frame rate, etc.)
» Little Girls Imitates Street Dancer
Enjoy the rest of your Friday everybody.
Welcome to Friday!
And welcome to February. Only a month and a half until Spring! (Yay!)
» Dicken feat. Milah & Korben: Everything Counts
a.k.a.: Dicken Schrader and his two kids covering this Depeche Mode nugget.
They’ve also covered Strangelove and Shake The Disease. Well done!
» aspergillus fumigatus botrytis mucor trichoderma cladosporium
But so pretty!
Music is apparently “Berceuse” by Amethystium.
» Upside Down, Left To Right: A Letterpress Film
For you oldschool typesetting nerds. 🙂
Discovered by Kate S.
» Split Screen Bohemian Rhapsody – Richie Castellano
Wow. Not bad at all. Entertaining!
Sent in by Cassie P.
» I Love Sonic
Giorgio Fareira musically orders his drive-through meal. It’s fantastic.
Sent in by many subscribers. Made my day.
Enjoy your Friday, folks.
Welcome to your Friday!
Welcome to your Friday Videos!!
» Boardwalk Empire VFX Breakdowns of Season 2
Posted by Brainstorm Digital, who do most of the post-production work on this series. It honestly blows my mind how much treatment even a single ordinary shot gets. I would never have known. Fantastic.
» The Page Turner
A great little contraption.
» People Are Awesome
A compilation of amazing feats of human endeavour (mostly in extreme sports.)
Sent in by Ashy.
» A History of the Sky
“A time-lapse study of the sky for a year.”
» Club Drunk Party Hands
“This mashup contains every use of the words “club”, “party” and “drunk” in a Billboard Top 10 single from 2010.”
Is thaaaat right?
Have a wonderful weekend, everybody.
“I shot a little video every day of 2011 on my Canon Powershot, then I edited it all down to a little over a second each.”
A very watchable video by Vimeo’s “hey_rabbit” set to LCD Soundsystem’s “All My Friends”. Just a great, great project.
This one is blowing up in a big way, so most of you might have already seen it.
This (again) must have taken quite a bit of time to put together. Funny. Well done.
» Apocalypse Later, Surf Now
A really well shot and edited film of surfers with an alien apocalypse as the backdrop. Really beautifully done.
» 2 Year Old Freestyle Raps in Gibberish with a Hype Man
Recommended by many, many subscribers including Emily D. 🙂
» Pogo: Jaaam (The Fresh Prince Remix)
I’ve featured this mashup / editor previously and he just continues to deliver. Fantastic.
Have a great weekend everybody!
Welcome to Friday! (The 13th.)
Let’s get started…
» Walk off the Earth with Sarah Blackwood: Somebody That I Used to Know
This one is making the rounds. This is a really novel cover of a song originally by the band “Gotye” from Belgium. A good song and an extremely inventive cover.
» Finger Painting
This guy is incredible. He’ll do a pretty reliable landscape inside of one minute.
No details available on where or who this is but… wow.
Sent in by Alison L.
» Crow roof tubing
Kind of fascinating.
Sent in by many, many subscribers.
» Every Presentation Ever
Sent in by Jennidub.
Happy Friday and have a wonderful weekend.
Friday already. Or Friday at last? You decide.
And here are some videos.
» Circus Galop: Performed by Humans
To understand this performance, you have to realize that this piece, composed in 1961 by Marc-André Hamelin, was written as an impossible-to-play composition for player piano.
It’s crazy watching these two guys hammer through the entire thing.
» The Beatles vs Joan Jett vs Cypress Hill vs House of Pain vs RATM – Mash Together
[uh… self explanatory]
Crazy! See it before lawyers kill it. 🙂
This was created by a mashup artist named fanfaroff. You should definitely check out other videos of his. (For example, this one.)
» Raiders of the Lost Archives
“Shot-by-shot comparison of “Raiders of the Lost Ark” vs. scenes from 30 different adventure films made between 1919-1973.”
Created by StooTV, a Montreal-based YouTube member.
This is really, really impressive.
» never a dull moment on the nyc subway
America’s got talent, you guys.
Sent in by Sharika P.
Enjoy your weekend everybody!
Hey everybody it’s Friday!
And it’s the last Friday of 2011. Crazy!
» 2011: The Cinemascape
As collated by Slate’s David Haglund. Read his entry about this video here.
» Don Cherry’s Piano Desk
A funny little video. I’m glad this is not actually a part of Coach’s Corner. Crazy.
Sent in by many, many subscribers.
» Tiny Origami apartment in Manhattan unfolds into 4 rooms
This made the rounds a while ago but several subscribers have re-re-recommended it, so here it is.
Some pretty great design ideas.
“A black and white forest is colored in vibrant hues under our eyes except for one sad little panda, which sets off the compassion of an imaginative little boy.”
Really beautifully executed.
» Concept Vending Machine With See-through Display
In (of course) Japan.
Really unique user interface design.
Enjoy your new years everybody.
Twas the night before the night before xmas…
And here are some videos. (Rhyme…? Anyone…?)
» Santa Claus Conquers The Martians
It’s the entire 1964 show. It’s one of the most bizarre things I’ve ever seen.
Sent in my James L. What an odd discovery!
» VideoGum: The Best Viral Videos Of 2011
This should keep everyone occupied for several hours. 🙂
» Best Singer Ever – Whistler Re-Dub
Sent in by Kate S.
» Snow Globe Los Angeles
Really beautifully shot.
» Granpa Shuffelin’
Sent in by a few subscribers.
Happy Holidays everybody!