Friday! Friday! Friday! Friday!
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» Pogo: Boo Bass (Monsters Inc. Remix)
Pogo strikes again. As you can probably tell, I really enjoy this guy’s remixes. Fantastic.
» Step Gently Out | A nature picture book for all ages
Sent in by several subscribers.
An amusing, creative short by Juan Pablo Zaramella.
Sent in by Alison L.
» PAL-V Flying Car – Maiden Flight
“This week the Dutch company PAL-V announced the first flights of its prototype ‘flying car’. This unique vehicle is called the PAL-V One, or the ‘Personal Air and Land Vehicle’, and It marks the start of a new era.”
This is a real thing, despite the date of the video (April 1st.)
» androp: Bright Siren
A video made from sychronized Canon flashes.
Not bad at all.
Happy Friday everybody!
And here we go…
» Nicki Bluhm and The Gramblers: I Can’t Go For That
Recorded in a moving vehicle.
» The Stack Boys – Snapbacks
Sent in by Jennidub.
Videographer Zac Eubank has started a weekly project entitled “55”.
“55 is a weekly collection of 5 second clips taken 5 days out of the week. It is a project meant to deepen my appreciation of the world around me and broaden my visual palate.”
» Le vent (ballet super slow motion)
Ballet, captured at 1,000 fps.
I dunno about you but I’m ready for the weekend.
Have a great rest of your Friday.
Friday again. Spring again! (Where I am.)
A cgi short about a post-apocalyptic future.
If this were part of a longer movie, I would go see that movie. No question. Really brilliantly executed. (Bonus: great orchestral score.)
» Adele’s Rolling In The Deep [Chinese Zither Cover]
Well done! (And somewhat unexpectedly good.)
Suggested by many subscribers, including Sihan S.
» Wrecking Crew Orchestra
This is one of the most innovative dance videos I’ve seen in ages. Well done!
Sent in by Kate S.
» The Simpsons: Itchy and Scratchy (All of them)
Nearly 49 minutes of this seminal mini-cartoon within a cartoon.
I knew a guy who had them all recorded sequentially on VHS back in the day. In 1994 that tape lasted 18 minutes. Crazy.
» Improv Everywhere: Sleeper Car
From the back story: “For our latest mission we converted a New York City subway car into a “sleeper car,” giving New Yorkers the chance to rest their heads during a late night commute. We set up three beds, each outfitted with a comforter, pillow, and sheets. Pajamas, sleep masks, and earplugs were also provided as part of this unauthorized free service.”
Have a great rest of your Friday everybody.
Friday at last. (amiright?)
Here we go everybody…
» NY Times: Bike Thief
This one’s making the rounds but it’s a good video, so here it is.
“The filmmaker Casey Neistat conducts an experiment in New York City, where he locks up his own bike and brazenly tries to steal it, to determine whether onlookers or the police would intervene.”
Sent along by Matt G. (and several other subscribers.)
» Sarah Palin versus Julianne Moore
A stunning side-by-side of actual Sarah Palin clips and Julianne Moore’s portrayal of the same clip in the HBO original movie “Game Change”.
btw: That movie had the greatest viewership of any HBO movie in the past 8 years. Crazy!
Sent in by Catherine S.
» Jon Stewart interview Quentin Tarantino in 1994
On what was then “The Jon Stewart Show”
» Diplo: Express Yourself (ft. Nicky Da B)
» The Boneyard Project: Return Flight
Turning abandoned, delapidated planes into art.
Kind of odd but I like it.
Have a fantastic weekend. I hope it is warm where you are (like it is where I am.)
And time for some Friday viewing…
» TED Talks: Bryan Stevenson: We need to talk about an injustice
This is pretty much essential viewing, in my opinion. Well said. (P.S.: I heart TED Talks. I don’t normally link to them because I just assume everybody watches them already.)
» The Violin Maker
I’m always fascinated by this kind of process. Really beautiful.
» Britney Spears – face morph from baby to now. Through the years
It’s more interesting than it sounds. Kind of crazy.
» The Day The World Went Away
Directed by Pierre Debusschere
» Seeing in circles
A guy attaches a camera to an electric drill and records video that turns out to be unexpectedly beautiful.
How odd, but cool.
I hope your weekend is extremely satisfying.
Well well well… Friday!
Here we go!
» Cassetteboy vs. the News
I lol’d. A lot.
» Graffiti Rock
According to Wikipedia, “Graffiti Rock was a hip-hop based television program, originally screened June 29, 1984. Intended as an on-going series, the show only received one pilot episode…”
This appears to be that episode.
» 8 bit Invader (maping)
(That should actually read “mapping”.)
Another cool building-sized projection / takeover. Well done.
» City of Samba
“Tilt shift of the Carnaval party in Rio de Janeiro.”
Tilt-shift is going to eventually be like Autotune in pop songs: representative of a very specific period in the early 2010’s.
But I still like this. 🙂
Enjoy your day everybody.
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.