Produced by Steven Briand during a two month internship, Proteigon is a stop motion film that thinks in, outside, and around the box.
This cant even be real. We have heard Ron Artest say some wild and out of this world things but this takes the cake. I dont know though, I think he has a valid point. Like damn, baby teeth until you were 20 years old. How would we even eat meat?
This is a pretty cool project by designers Ayaka Ito, Randall Church and some RIT students. The Scribbled Line People were created using HDRI sphere lighting, a 3D flash drawing app, some intricate channel rendering. For anyone whos not a tech/design/graphics nerd, this means nothing. But who cares. The final projects are amazing.
This couldnt be more spot on. I dont care what the women of the world have to say about it, on some level or another, all women fit this mold from time to time.
My mom, who loves being Italian, sat me down when I was 10 to watch this movie. Looking back, I should have been scared, but as far back as I can remember…. ok thats corny. I was young, but not young enough not to realize how amazingly awesome this movie was and still is. Thanks, Mom!
I love dogs. Everyone who knows me, knows that. Watching this video might have been the highlight of my week so far. Especially the look alike of my own dog at the 40 second mark
Last year Todd Bieber was skiing in Brooklyn’s Prospect Park (naturally) and found a roll of film. He developed it, and was on the hunt for the owner of the film. Well, he finally returned the photos to their rightful owner. But not before traveling to Europe to meet them in person. This is a great video of his journey. Also here is part 1, describing when the photos were first found.
Aziz Ansari seriously has too much time on his hands. He created a piece of art that any iPhone nerd would be proud of. Here’s his “remix” of ‘Niggas in Paris’ told in iPhone emoticon form, in its entirety.
I remember my freshmen seminar being pretty similar to this actually.