Little Big Love

Little Big Love is an award winning stop-motion short in which a tiny robot falls in love with an electric kettle. The whole project was written, directed, and animated by Tomas Mankovsky with a total budget of less than $500. Advertisements

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Sit Back and Relax: Kuroshio Sea

Well, it’s Friday evening folks, so right before going to bed, be sure to sit back and watch this absolutely gorgeous video of the Kuroshio Sea tank, which is located at the Okinawa Churaumi Aquarium in Japan. This thing holds around 7,500-cubic meters (1,981,290 gallons) of water and features the world’s second largest acrylic glass […]

Six Worst Fight Scenes – EVER!

By Mic Mell Guest Blogger We all love a good fight scene, and sometimes we love a bad fight scene even more. After some research, we have found six fight that can only be described as WTF moments. From the poor choreography to the horrible dramatics, these scenes are guaranteed to leave you saying “SO […]

Creative Ad: “The Can”

Written and directed by Carlos Lascano, The Can was realized for a program organized by Red Bull and the University of Applied Arts in Vienna. We’ve also featured Mr. Lascano’s work in the past when he released A short love story, a short film that was produced using similar animation techniques.

Just Colour: Putting Colorful Emotions on Music

Realized by Jesper Kirkeby Brevik for a class assignment at the University of Waikato in New Zealand, Just Colour is a short video that uses various colors splashing in what looks like water to convey meaning to an orchestral piece. As you’ll soon see, the result is absolutely amazing.

Can you catch a notebook with your butt?

Are you amused or disturbed by this video? Color me a little of both. Very little. But I have to hand it to the guy (or just throw it at his butt) — it’s definitely something I can’t do. Nor am I planning to invest the time into acquiring this skill. How about you? Thanks […]

Living with Google – The Miniseries

Tom and Harry needed a roommate. But when they took their “search” too literally, the “results” turned out to be more than they bargained for. The three first episodes of the miniseries are available right after the jump.

Iron Man 2 Comic Con Footage

If the movie is actually as good as what you and I just saw in this 5-minute piece of footage, Iron Man 2 is going to be positively AMAZING! [Via Gizmodo]