Happy New Year! - Blowing up toy cars in slow motion

Blowing up toy cars in slow motion. Filmed on a EX-F1 (high speed). Happy New Year!


Carol of the Bells - video

I don't know if this is waste of energy, but I think as long as it makes people smile it's not! So enjoy the show! More videos here.


Merry Christmas - The Naughty List

"A disgruntled Santa snaps, and begins inflicting physical punishment upon everyone on his naughty list." Vintage look, cool music and Tarantino-like camera angles. A really nice video by Sporadic Idea - shot with a Canon 7D. I really like the look of DSLR-videos and what you can make with it - so enjoy! Merry Christmas!


Julian Smith - Techno Jeep

I don't care if it's live or not - great electronic (or should I say mechnaical?) beats!


Can't Tell Me Nothing with Zach Galifianakis

Zach Galifianakis (the guy with the baby in "Hangover") performing Kanye West's Can't Tell Me Nothing. Made me laugh, a nice video.


Shawn Farquhar - Shape Of My Heart (Card Trick)

To special to write a comment....


Jennifer Maestre Sculptures

Jennifer Maestre's beautiful sculptures. "...originally inspired by the form and function of the sea urchin. To make the pencil sculptures, I take hundreds of pencils, cut them into 1-inch sections, drill a hole in each section (to turn them into beads), sharpen them all and sew them together." That sounds easy but I think it's hard work. One of a kind... Great!

Rick Lackai Commercial

'Cause everything looks better in slow motion....


Paper Craft Castle

Have you ever heard of origami? I guess this is the greatest paper craft castle I will see in my whole life. It took over four years of hard work for a student named Wataru Itouto from Tokyo to make this happen. It is all made of paper! I am speechless. G r e a t !

Michael Bay vs. Victoria's Secret

So this is what you get when Michael Bay directs a Victoria's Secret commercial.. I don't like it. No. But the music is okay. Kinda.


Glow photography

Some nice photos by Sarah Monrose (Glow Photography).


Light Graffiti - halo

Aïssa Logerot's "halo". For professional light paintings. Great idea.
"A handy light-writing tool, preserving the techniques and gestures that graffiti artists use with spray cans. It is possible to change the color and the brightness of the led to change the graffiti’s styles. If the light doesn’t have enough battery, users simply have to shake it to have energy again."