‘I’ve had my ups and downs. My fair share of bumpy roads and heavy winds. That’s what made me what I am today …’, narrates Jean-Claude Van Damme in a spot for Volvo Trucks, before the camera pans out to show him perched atop the side mirrors of two trucks, a leg on each one, […]
Olympic fever looks to be taking over the Russian capital with a Moscow subway handing out tickets all for the price of 30 squats. This special ticket machine was placed in a local subway of Moscow and passengers were given the option of exercising for their fares! From young kids to adults, everyone in this […]
Last week while innocently browsing the internet, I came across a video that left me feeling kind of … weird. Okay, so there are lots of videos that do that, but usually I know the reason why right away. But this time, I couldn’t figure out my discomfort. The video was about a man who […]
EDSA is a 15 mile stretch of highway that serves as the main thoroughfare of Metro Manila – a mega metropolis home to 11.8 million people. If you’ve heard of hellish stories about Philippine traffic, the usual suspect would be EDSA. Dan Brown once called Manila as The Gates of Hell. He must have referred to our favourite highway.
We all love pancakes. But this guy just takes the cake, uhhmm err, pancakes that is. Youtuber Alex Tymchak posted a video simply named Pancake. It’s a video dedicated to show his love for one of the best breakfast foods in the world. If by any chance while viewing this video, you ask yourself, ‘what […]
This incredible Daft Punk cover was sung (yes, completely sung) by winner of NBC’s The Sing-Off. The talented young group released their first album in June, and you can expect a Christmas EP on November 13th. This cover is an amazing tribute to the iconic electro-pop duo.
True love shouldn’t cost a thing. True love comes from the heart. And what better way to express your undying love and devotion to your soul mate than a ring where you can possibly build a LEGO Death Star or LEGO pirate ship? Starting at $41 (read: savings for every male in the world), you […]
It may seem like a simple toy, but this is actually a product of great engineering. Swiss-born watchmaker Pierre Jaquet-Droz, along with his son Henri-Louis, and Jean Frédéric Leschot, designed this robot in the late 1770s and called it The Writer. Side note: Writerminator 3000 would have sounded much cooler, but The Writer isn’t too […]
This video for Business Casual, the new EP by We Are Scientists, is so cool. The broken images flipping across the screen are so atmospheric and old-school. The video just oozes nostalgia and classic cool. It makes me wish I could go back to the eighties and lounge on a beach somewhere with the band.
Following his 2012 series Imagine, where he used remnants of weapons from the Mexican army to create music instruments, Pedro Reyes is back with Disarm, his second series of eight mechanical musical instruments crafted from weapons. He said in an interview with The Creators’ Project: ‘You can come up with an idea of taking a […]
Have you ever seen shoes dangling from electric wire where you live? They’re a common phenomenon in many parts of the world. This interesting 14 minute documentary aims to get to the heart of this perplexing matter.
The folks at Air New Zealand have done it again. They’ve just released a new in-flight safety video featuring former Golden Girls’ actress Betty White with fellow residents of the fictional Second Wind Retirement Resort in the US. According to this NZ Herald article, this is the airline’s first safety video filmed outside of New Zealand. […]
This time-lapse video created by LSA’s Museum of Zoology walks us through the science of bat taxidermy. Don’t watch this if you’ve just eaten a heavy lunch. It’s a bit gross but highly fascinating and beautiful in a weird way. The bat skeleton is so delicate and detailed, like a piece of lace. I loved seeing […]
Cats love milk, and two years ago, milk brand Cravendale decided to give our furry friends a hand — er, we mean thumbs — so they can get to the good stuff themselves instead of having to wait around for their milk. Naturally, this spun an equally hilarious series online of Tim Curry-narrated clips that […]
I just got done watching this poignant and beautifully made documentary about the UK’s 1970s Northern Soul scene – how all nighters at Wigan’s soul clubs bridged a divide between white working class Britain and black America, and became a central focus of life for thousands of disaffected British youths. The programme, presented by journalist […]