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The Crazy Russian Hacker took a break from his usual hacks to show his artistic side. He created a colorful waterfall or slinky, depending on how you look at it, out of sticky notes. It actually works and is pretty cool!
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The sixth mass extinction of our planet could be a very real and very imminent thing. The new film Racing Extinction highlights this scary threat. Oscar-winning director of The Cove, Louie Psihoyos, has put together a team of artists and activists (Oceanic Preservation Society) to bring to light the issues of endangered species and mass extinction in a way the world has never seen before.
This is one of the coolest videos ever! Check out Ukraine band Brunettes Shoot Blondes's music video for "Knock Knock." They used 14 screens varying from iPhones to iPads to tell the story of a very persistant rabbit on the hunt for his lady love. Oh, did we mention this was all shot in real time? Yep. Click here to see what the hosts had to say about this incredible music video.
Uht oh... looks like Brooke from WhatsUpMoms needs a "Pintervention," stat! With this hilarious Pintrest-themed parody of Taylor Swift's "Shake It Off" song and video, we've come to recognize the point where crafts and DIY projects start to take over your life.
Professional bandaloop dancers, Amelia Rudolph and Roel Seeber, performed "vertical" choreography on the side of Oakland's City Hall. You can see all of their gravity-defying moves through the lens of a GoPro. It's incredible!
If someone still doesn't quite grasp the meaning of "hipster," perhaps you can show them this video. Ground's Oranges created a short that best describes the rather new social phenomenon of full beards, super tight pants and ironic shirts. To make things even better they borrowed a bit of Wes Anderson's now infamous style of storytelling. Although this may seem like a parody, it's best described as a celebration of all things hipster.
Warning: Explicit language. By now Kickstarter campaigns are a dime a dozen. Harry Partridge gets to the nitty gritty of the famous crowdsourcing website with this no holds barred animation. The moral of the story? Everyone who turns to Kickstarter for funding is blatantly looking for one thing, and one thing only regardless of their "product".... that cold, hard cash. Would you agree?
Lakers point guard Jeremy Lin had a wax figure of himself revealed in August at the Madame Tussauds in San Francisco. In honor of his figure's debut, Lin decided to act as his wax doppelgänger while patrons entered the museum. It's safe to say that the guests got a bit more than they bargained for during this museum visit.
Have you ever wondered how they paint those road markings? No, not with a big machine. They do it freehanded and this guy makes it look easy!