The Beauty of One Second [short]

This incredible video is a collection of one second clips submitted for the Beauty of a Second short film competition. The competition is intended as a promotion of the Montblanc luxury chronograph. Via Colossal

A Stop Motion History of the World [video]

Kalle Mattson, Kevin Parry and their friends banded together to create this stop motion history of the world, making a generous use of paper cuts. Via TheAwesomer

Spread Your Wing: Animation for Jeep [video]

Arist Kiseon Han made this cool animation for Jeep. Titled “Spread Your Wing”, it really does give big wings to the off roader.

Running Through Mud, Capturing it at 4000 fps [video]

David Lindberg shot this video using a Canon 550D T2i and then used Twixtor to ramp it up to 4000 fps. Technically speaking that may not exactly be a replacement for a high speed camera, but it works quite well as an approximation as well. Via DoobyBrain

Surprising: The Costs of a TV Commercial [video]

Well, we didn’t think TV commercials came cheap, but this puts the costs on an entirely different level. Via BuzzFeed

Amalgamation [video]

Watch the video and see faces as they ripple, mutate, and morph into new faces. Quite fascinating. Via Beautiful/Decay

Venezia: Video Shows the Beauty of Venice

For centuries, Venice has been known to be a beautiful place full of romance. So it does seem pretty appropriate that film maker FKY made this video while on vacation in the romantic city with his wife. Via Kuriositas

Watch This: Super Mario Opera, the Mariopera

Mario and Opera make a wonderful combination. The video is worth every second you’ll spend watching it. Via ToplessRobot

Ormie Wants Cookies [video]

Watch the hilarious animation as Ormie the pig employs nearly every strategy in the book to get his hands on those delicious, delicious cookies.

Video Simulation of NASA’s Curiosity Mission to Mars

NASA’s latest rover Curiosity made way to Mars on November 26 this year. The video here is an artistic simulation showing the rover’s journey to the red planet, and what it may see there.