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There have been countless cover's done of Daft Punk's latest infectious hit, "Get Lucky," but French musician PV Nova has taken his back in time. The self-proclaimed, "electropopn'roll," artist covered the song in the styling of a different musical era starting from the roarin' twenties, all the way to modern day and the results are amazing. Proving that the Great Gatsby himself would have been tapping his oxford wingtips to the catchy song even way back when.
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Unsuspecting bus riders got quite the surprise when their pictures ended up on bus stop advertising, right before their eyes. This prank, pulled off as part of Adobe Creative Days, was done in Scandinavia by Photoshop magician, Erik Johansson.
Bruton Stroube took a Phantom Miro set at 1500 frames per second and hosted a slow mo photo booth during the St. Louis Egotist's Kegs With Legs event. Watch the mayhem that ensued!
In their latest sketch, Improv Everywhere took to NYC's Subway System, converting a Subway car into a late night talk show- complete with a full set!
Architecture student and longboarder Zack McCabe in Buffalo, NY made a pretty sweet, Batman themed, custom skate deck for himself. Check out the entire process in time-lapse!
Fictitious "Memorize" founder Antoine Cartier-Wells gave a speech about the Social Revolution, a time period that began when we started sharing ourselves with social media, and will continue on into the future. We share almost everything these days, pictures, ideas, videos, personal information... but what about our memories? Along with Devin Super Tramp, take a look at just some of the memories that have been shared with the world, and be on the lookout for the associated video game "Remember Me", to be released in June!
The Social Revolution is here. Remember it, so you can share it with others. Sharing our memories, that's the next frontier. We share everything else on social media, why not share our emotions too? Maybe the key to world peace is being able to piece together the memories of the world. Memorize. Via Devin Super Tramp. Find out what the hosts thought.
Russian "Roofers" - youth inexplicably willing to scale tall buildings with no harnesses - are apparently excellent photographers in addition to being adrenaline junkies. Now, HUB Footwear is capitalizing on the amazing pictures Roofers like Vadim Mahorov and Vitaliy Yakhnenko get from the tippy top.
Captured in time-lapse, see an amazing celestial dance above northern Michigan. Named "North Country Dreamland", it really is the sight of slumbering imagination incredibly existing in real life. The universe is truly an amazing place. Via Lake Superior Photo.
University of Saskatchewan students Sarah Zelinski, Kayla Hatzel and Dylan Lambi-Raine created this thought-provoking video depicting the representations of gender roles in advertising throughout the years. This was a school project for their womens studies class and they decided to show us what they consider all the ridiculous ways the media has and still does, to some extent, portray women as objects. Make sure to stick around to the end when they turn the tables and have a few "male models" re-enact some pivotal controversial poses.
Eric Raymond Lim's sister, Tanya, committed suicide last June. She left him money to make a film so he decided to "bring creation from destruction." Check out this emotional short called "The Forge" that aims to provide a strong anti-suicide message. The short includes a storyline of a man battling his inner demons in order to make it through life's tough moments. The video also includes snippets of home video footage showing Eric and his sister when they were kids. Show it to anyone you care about who you feel may be having suicidal thoughts. For more information, visit the American Foundation of Suicide Prevention.
In 2005, author David Foster Wallace gave a commencement speech to the graduating class of Kenyon College. While the speech did not become widely known until after Wallace's tragic death, his powerful words challenge people from all walks of life to think in a differently light. Just in time for graduation season, The Glossary created this compelling tribute to the speech. According to The Glossary, "We made this video, built around an abridged version of the original audio recording, with the hopes that the core message of the speech could reach a wider audience who might not have otherwise been interested."
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