Beautiful video of Japan shot by Scott Gold.
Magnus Atom just finished his undergraduate thesis film for Parsons: New School for Design. Black Mags is an animated product spot for the Nike Mags from Back to the Future. With amazing work like this for school, the giants on 5th Avenue will surely be knocking down his door even before he graduates!
Could this be the end for Video DSLR’s? The Blackmagic Cinema Camera ($3000) features 13 stops of dynamic range, 2.5K sensor, SSD recorder and touchscreen display.
Follow along… cook with me now, cook with me now… oh I’m making pancakes… fresher than a maf*cka.
The best fails of 2011 in one compilation. Over 12 minutes of laughs, pain and fail.
If you thought the mini cannon was cool, you haven’t seen the mini crossbow!
“This miniature crossbow works in exactly the same way as the common full-size hunting crossbow, but in terms of power to weight ratio, the mini crossbow is almost 4X stronger.
It shoots three types of handmade aluminum arrows:
1. Basic (steel-tipped) arrows
2. Ramming arrows
3. Flare arrows
It took me many hours and countless experiments to build and perfect this mini-crossbow and its arrows. Every part was tested and modified countless times until the optimal technical and ergonomic level was reached, as well as becoming a thing of beauty.
The mini-crossbow was much harder to build than the mini-cannon which appears in my previous videos.”
We all hate lag when playing games online, but what if lag existed in real life? Check out this short animated film by Guy Collins that demonstrates what would happen with real life high latency.
A short documentary film on PokerStars Team: Online member Randy ‘nanonoko’ Lew that tells the story of how he became a Supernova Elite VIP and online poker’s multi-million dollar man.
Written and directed by Jonathan Bensimon and produced by Jonas Bell Pasht, Tokyo/Glow follows the nighttime journey of an illuminated man from a crosswalk sign as he embarks on an adventure through the streets of Tokyo. Shot on location throughout Tokyo using thousands of individual digital stills, the short film features original music by indie rock band Kidstreet, who recently signed with Nettwerk Records and will be releasing their debut album worldwide in 2010.
I absolutely love this stop motion music video Rhett and Link have put together. It took 222 t-shirts, 1 fire estinguisher and a ton of photos to create T-Shirt War.