Do you have a beard? You would if you could do this shit. Photographer Ben Garvin used iPhone app StopMotionStudio to create a video of his beard doing all kind of magic, because beards are cool like that. Via Colossal
Waltaar, an avid lover of Mithai (Indian Sweets) finds out that he has been diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes, which constrains him from consuming any more Mithai due to the high sugar content. So as a solution, Waltaar, alongside his former student Jassi, begin cooking fat free, low sugar, healthy Mithai and begin selling it […]
Meet Jumpy the Superdog. While not (presumably) saving the world, defeating the forces of evil, and curing cancer, Jumpy the superdog spends his time surfing, doing amazing backflips, skateboarding, walking obstacle courses on his forelegs, taking huge jumps, among a long list of numerous other things.
Seeing how this video ended, our belief of flies as minions of satan stands re-enforced.
If it does come down to a fistfight, who would win. Wolverine or Predator? via
Evan Puschak set himself on the path of creating a supercut from the last shots of blockbuster movie trailers. According to Puschak, blockbuster movies have gotten bigger, so have their trailers; evidently, editors would sit through the movie to find that one glorious shot for the trailer which would leave a solid impression on the […]
Clever dog finds a way to play fetch.
How many genres of music can go into one song? This video has 26 genres in a song that lasts three and a half minutes. It’s interesting how they manage to keep it interesting enough that the genre changes don’t become jarring. Also FYI, the long haired dude is a girl. via
Europe is a treasure trove of outstanding and brilliant architecture though history. Videographer Luke Shepard went on a tour of Europe, traveling to 36 cities across 21 countries in three months. All in an attempt to document the architectural marvels of the continent. He returned with thousands of photographs that were turned into a time-lapse […]
In pursuit of a true time lapse, photographer Eirik Solheim spent a year with his SLR camera placed by a spot near the window, taking an image of the same scene every half an hour. The result was 16000 images that he converted into a timelapse video that you can see below, titled One year […]