A quirky advertisement by food chain Nando shows dictators playing together as buddies, playing childish pranks and having a great time. Titled Last Dictator Standing it starts with Robert Mugabe sitting on the dinner table with other dictators and enjoying a meal. He remembers the good times he’s had with them and ultimately gets back to reality, realizing he is alone. A voice at the end declares “This time of year, no one should have to eat alone”.
The ultimate burger! The perfect burger! The dream we’ve all had. Checkout the video showing Chef Maxime Bilet talk about creating the ultimate burger for Modernist Cuisine. Every ingredient and process was considered scientifically going from a fluffy bun, lab made cheese and cryofrying for the burger. Checkout the video and make sure you have something to eat, you’re going to be hungry after watching this. Still, you won’t have anything as good as the ultimate burger.
It is surprising this took so long, but humanity’s favorite drink has finally reached space. Which is kind of obvious because we would need it on the final frontier sooner or later. The beer was launched using a weather balloon and it reached an altitude of 90,000 feet.
Most of the anti smoking campaigns we encounter show gory and scary images, ostensibly to scare smokers away, albeit with little effect. This anti-smoking advert by Hungryman UK is different. Though, it still is scary. The video shows a woman smoking a cigarette, and aging instantly with each puff.
A short by fla of Sticky Monster Lab, The Loner is a story of someone that likes to spend time alone. Until a bit of unappreciated company comes along. Set to music by The Freaks, this really is an interesting video.
Commissioned by YPO Calcutta, this video shows the story of one of India’s largest cities, its people, its celebrities, its landmarks, and its temples. Quite interesting, considering it is all the work of hand shadows, and a tale very well told.
“A short information animation about all launched, decayed and orbiting satellites in space.”
There is a lot game players can do in Minecraft, and we’ve seen quite a few examples of that. This video is just one example, and a pretty impressive one at that. Three gamers spent nearly 500 hours creating 800 still images of the classic Game Boy title Super Mario Land. The images were then put together to create this amazingly life-like video of the game. They used about 18-million blocks of in-game wool for this meticulously created video.
A short by Serbian animation production company GlossRey, this quirky video titled “Be a Vegetarian” shows animal puking animals, and finally broccoli. Ultimately, leading to the message of going vegetarian.