Artist Sarah Frost studied hundreds of YouTube videos which showed kids how to make paper guns. Guns that are probably a little too detailed and detailed for the purpose of kids. She’s revamped the whole paper and tape arsenal based on their instructional videos and the result was scary good.
23 year old adult performer Sasha Grey has announced on her Facebook page that she will officially retire from porn. She said that her “time as an adult film performer has expired” at “a perfect time for me to move on… while I was on top (pun indeed, intended).”
Who even knows if this is real or not. Beckham is all but finished as a pro soccer star, but that doesnt stop him from still having far more skills that any of us could ever even dream of. While on the beach in California shooting a commercial for Diet Pepsi, David Beckham shows why he’s the world’s most famous soccer player. Also, hes rocking my same hair cut, which partially pisses me off.
Here’s a dope new skate vid from a couple of young optimists shredding mid massive earthquake damage in New Zealand. Even though the destruction was massive, the natural features it created are perfect for any skater. How many times will you really get the chance to manual the hood of a honda civic? This is glass half full type shit. “Christchurch for life. Nothing can stop us.”
This video was made by Adrian Anker-Payne.
This new piece by Alabama street artist Priest appeared on a side of an insurance building in downtown Mobile, attracting a crowd and the local media. We covered Priest once before and all of his art really carries a political/Banksy feel. Keep up the good work!
Here’s a peak at what the new 30 minute Adam Yauch-directed, new Beastie Boys album-promoting short film will look like. This thing features Seth Rogen, Will Ferrel, Jack Black, Elijah Woods, Susan Sarandon, and seriously everyone else funny that you can think of. Check it out, because honestly, who doesnt like celebrity cameos and new fresh Beastie Boys songs!
I need to shamelessly plug this video for a few reasons. 1) It came out great, and 2) I need to represent PATCH.COM! This is a wonderful place to work and the movement in hyper local media is a really exciting place to be right now. This video gives you a great idea of some of the cool things Patch is doing, and how they are moving forward to be a industry leader.
The Startup Kids is a to-be-released documentary about young web entrepreneurs in the U.S and Europe. The recession has created many new startups often out of sheer necessity, and that’s exactly what these two Icelandic girls, Sesselja Vilhjalmsdottir and Vala Halldorsdottir did – they went out and got started. Even with But although they received a EU grant to do the filming, they still need additional funding to finish post-production as well as funds for promoting and premiering the film. You can pledge money here on KickStarter to help them finish this project and we can see interviews from some 70 leading entrepreneurs.
Just some of the interviews are with the founders of Vimeo, Soundcloud, PlayFish, WordPress, Posterous and many others who talk about how they started their company and their lives as an entrepreneur.
On the way they’ve had some advertures, such as getting questioned by security for trying to sneak into the Google cafeteria and some interesting scenes shot at a Berlin start-up brunch.
The game changing technology company Condition ONE is getting you as close to the front line of the Libyan Revolution as possible, without actually having to worry about ducking out of the way from stray bullets. This promo video is beyond epic and it really demonstrates how you easily you can pan through all the bloody happenings with a simple swoosh of your iPad. I for one am not an iPad owner, but whoa, this really is awesome and finally a legit reason to own a iPad. The demo starts out just like any news report, but quickly you are reminded just how close you can feel to the people of Libya with a simple touch of your finger.