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An artist was recently caught on camera painting with his hands on a beach in Taiwan. It turns out that the painter created Bruce Lee's face on an upside down canvas in just minutes. We wonder if he's available for parties and small weddings...
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Jeb Havens is known for his "closet covers." The talented singer literally covers popular songs in his bedroom closet. Havens joined RTM to discuss his successful YouTube channel and serenaded the crew with his original song "California Boy."
Gab Valenciano knows how to work a camera. With odd dance moves and props, Valenciano's selfies are something else.
In a move that would wake up the sleepiest lion on a train, the cast of The Lion King performed the "Circle of Life" on a very crowded car on the New York subway. The grassroots (or should we say plains of Africa?) advertising took place over the span of roughly four minutes and caught the attention of the city's commuters. RightThisMinute gives the performance a collective thumbs up.
Photographer Ben Von Wong means a lot to Tyler Grace. Tyler battles chronic illnesses that he says left him without passion or drive for anything, until he saw Von Wong's work. The artist got word of Tyler's 21st birthday and decided to pay him a visit and take him along a one-week artistic trip of a lifetime! Read more about their adventures here. Click here for the RTM take.
This inspiring Under Armour ad shows that you shouldn't let a little thing like rejection get you down, or get it your way. Misty Copeland might not have had the "ideal" ballerina body, but "will trumps fate."
Adam Rosenbaum recently created a clever cartoon set to DeVotchKa's "The Winner Is." The purpose of the animated feature was to provide a timeline for his relationship. The cartoon ended with an animated proposal for Adam's girlfriend, Amanda, who said "yes" to the unique presentation.
Listen to the lyrics of Beyoncé's "Single Ladies" as if for the first time, as interpreted by actress Nina Millin. Little BoBo's video has Millin performing an overly-dramatic spoken word of the hit song, and it's absolutely brilliant.
A man with a need to express himself decided to put on a dancing display in a crowded area. It wasn't as awkward as you'd think, as plenty of other folks got in on the moovin' and groovin' demonstration. According to the poster of this video, Peter Sharp (a "social artist"), this was not a planned stunt.
WARNING: This music video contains trace amounts of Miley Cyrus.
League of Legends: Bringing you six minutes of beautiful, cinematic violence for merely for your enjoyment.