Radiohead may never play this song live ever again, but former Broadway singer Carrie Manolakos does a pretty darn good take on the song. And it’s the first female cover I’ve ever heard of “Creep”.
Ever wanted to see what a carpet being mowed looks like in slo motion? How about a handful of flour catching fire or a rocket propelled clothes line?
Sure no one “needs” to see these things happen in slow motion, and even fewer would think up scenarios so obscure. However the Danish show “Dumt & Farligt” has done just that. Successfully I might add.
One thing I’ve learned from this video is that everything looks amazing at 2500 frames per second.
Check out these works of art created by graphic artist Cayla Ferari and engineer John Breznicky. What started out as a clever way to jazz up the walls of their NY apartment turned into a full fledged entrepreneurial endeavor.
The first version was a minimalist take of the NY subway system. Today Lineposters.com has versions representing transit systems from all over the world.
Check em out. I’m tempted to buy a few myself. If only Indianapolis had a transit system worth emulating in poster form. Aw shucks.
Thanks to the Huffington Post for first tweeting this story. Can I send you the bill for the money I’m going to spend on this art, because of reading you tweet 🙂
One of the first video projects I ever did in high school was a stop motion video. Mine was about the Iron Chef. It was terrible.
This stop motion video, however, is top notch. Sean Olhenkamp and his wife, along with an army of volunteers, spent countless hours moving, stacking, and animating books at Type bookstore in Toronto (883 Queen Street West, (416) 366-8973).
Check it out. I’m sure you’ll be as impressed as I was.
A lot can happen in a day. Imagine if you had 10.
Max Joseph and Casey Neistat created this video of their 10 day jaunt around the world.
If you are a fan of inspirational quotes, you’ll like this video.
If you are a fan of traveling the world, you’ll like this video.
If you are a fan of seeing people embracing life, you’ll like this video.
Indeed TNT does know drama.
..well in Belgium at least. Check out this clever marketing stunt gaining a lot of attention.
Would you push the button?
My affinity for 60 Minutes has grown over the past few years, and this story from Sunday is a perfect example of why. Having played the cello since I was a kid, I have a special place in my heart for classical music.
Seeing the positive impact music has had over the people ofthe Congo, one of the most war torn regions in the world, is truly an inspiration.
(sorry the link went bad earlier…it should be fine now)