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Sam and Si from Earth Unplugged filmed Shaolin Warriors performing all sorts of acrobatics and stunts, and then slowed it waaay down. See what you can learn about the human anatomy with this family friendly pole dancing slow mo show.
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This guy did not want some boring plastic replica of Thor's hammer "Mjolnir" so he decided to make his own with 80,000 volts of electricity. Yep, you read that right.
Adam Patch's wife Morgan drank a bottle of wine, and then decided to tell him a joke. He recorded her recount, and then set it to a cute animation called "Two Chips". Warning: An animated chip was definitely harmed during the making of this short film.
"Two Chips" / An Animated Short from Adam Patch on Vimeo.
This resourceful artist made a reproduction of Leonardo da Vinci's famous "Mona Lisa" painting... using Post-It notes! See this remarkable nine foot by nine foot re-work of art, in progress and in its totality.
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Singers and YouTube personalities Peter Hollens & Tyler Ward put their minds (and voices, and heads) together to create this awesome a cappella cover of Imagine Dragons' hit song, "It's Time."
Warning: This video might give you a headache, in that your mind will be so blown it will feel like it's melting away. Don't ask me what's happening, because I have no idea, but Willie Witte, the mastermind behind the video, said he's "testing an experimental process of printing out still frames from videos and using them to create these transitions."
SCREENGRAB from Willie Witte on Vimeo.
Jason's animation proposal video for Jessi has set the bar way too high for guys everywhere. Watch this simple yet incredibly effective animation short that Jason made to tell the story of how he and Jessi met. At first this video appears to be a simple show and tell cartoon of how the two met and started dating but you'll soon see it's so much more than that. Bravo, Jason!
The 'Draw My Life' trend is all the rage. Any online personality has done one or is doing one as we speak. AV Byte took it upon themselves to do one for North Korea Leader Kim Jong Un. This isn't your typical "Draw My Life" animation, either. This one deserves more of the royal treatment, so to speak, so it's told through song. So if you still have no idea who this man is, this video will tell you anything you need to know about the enigmatic figure.
Here's an exciting new single from Daft Punk featuring Pharrell and Nile Rodgers off of their new album "Random Access Memories". This catchy song "Get Lucky" is part of The Creators Project, "an ongoing global arts and technology initiative", also responsible for the The Bay Bridge Lights. Thanks to this song, we're up all night for good fun!
As a teaser for their new music video, "Sparkle and Wine," OPALE, a female duo from Paris, France, created this artsy video that proves that lighting really is everything. Circling lighting around actress Stella Stocker's face, it almost appears as if her face is morphing into someone else with each angle shift. In the comments of the video, Nacho Guzman, who directed the film, shared that in the viewers should make sure to check out the final version, which will add a "new" visual technique into the mix!
Sparkles and Wine - Teaser from Nacho Guzman on Vimeo.
If you're sitting here in awe thinking- wow, how did these guys manage to track down 10,000 iPhones (that's $7 million worth of Apple gold), think again. Aatma, a San Francisco based animation and digital content studio specializing in the production of imagery for broadcast, interactive and immersive media, created this computer generated advertisement to showcase Near Field Communications' concept that enable content to be passed on from one iPhone screen to another. Did it fool you?
This chick seriously rocks our world. Sit through this peformance of Katy Perry's 'Firework' by Christina Bianco to hear what it would sound like if the song was sung by Julie Andrews, Drew Barrymore, Alanis Morissette, and many more.
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