Zach sits down with Bruce Willis; one of the stars of the new movie Red, to talk about the 80s and some of the prestigious awards he has been awarded. “What you talkin bout Willis”.
So when you finally done with high school you get to leave one last quote to be cemented in the yearbook and time forever, a good chance to sound smart, motivated, and compassionate. Instead some people take that offer and really go balls to the wall and make a joke of it. I had a few friends myself that had some classic yearbook quotes from “Why do mice have shoulder blades, life is a mystery.” to “Ride or Die- DMX”, both from two of my best friends. Here are 15 classic quotes from the yearbook that are pretty hilarious.
Check the rest below.
We have glorified freestyle running, parkour, free running, whatever you want to call it many times before. I am too lazy to link all the previous posts so you just have to trust me on this one. Anyway when done right free running is pretty bad ass jumping from building to building like spiderman looking like an original Peter Parker. These videos are usually edited in great detail and put together with some killer music. What these awesome videos fail to show you are all the brutal falls and crashes that don’t make it into the video. Long story short, don’t free run or you will probably die. (as shown below)
Our favorite graffiti artist is back at it again. Renegade British street artist Banksy goes mainstream (sorta) with these opening credits he storyboarded and directed for this week’s episode of The Simpsons. While reiterating something that everyone has already known, it has a great effect of slapping the truth on someone getting ready for 30 minutes of laughter. Banksy wins again.
When going into work on Friday and seeing this kind of video you just want to do a Matrix style superman dive out the 3rd floor window into a barrel roll, get right into your car and peel out to start drinking and partying. The film was made by Devin Graham (Directed, DP, Edited). It was filmed on a Canon 5D Mark II, 2 Canon 2Ti’s, and one EX1. They used one steadycam, and had an assortment of lenses, Canon and Nikon. The people in the video are from the Ensoul team, who is a team of extremely talented bikers , break dancers, poppers, and free runners. They had several of there team members doing the stunts for the video. You can check out there facebook page here.
This is the coolest, weirdest, bad ass, funniest video I’ve seen all week (and I see a lot). The video is surprising directed and edited really well and has a pretty interesting ending to say the least. The video is only at 400 views now but I can see this thing making it’s way around the internet pretty quickly.
From the Creator:
This is the birthday gift I made for my lil’ bros. Happy birthday Scott and Mark! (=
To our mom: Sorry if it’s a little too PG13, but I thought they’d like it. (Keep in mind, they’re the ones doing all the fighting and shooting. I was just there to film. haha.) Nah, I can’t do that to them. It was totally my idea. I’ll take all the blame. =P
To our dad: Email this to all your coworkers. Show them how cool your sons are.
Red Bull Illume is the world’s premier action and adventure sports photography competition. First conceived in 2007, the second iteration of this competition ended on August 31st 2010, with a grand ceremony at Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland. There were a total of 10 categories, with a grand prize winner in each. The photograph had to have been taken after 01.01.2007, and the winners were selected by a panel of 40 esteemed photo editors from around the world. This year’s competition saw over 22,764 images submitted from 4,773 photographers in 112 countries around the world. Below you will find the winning photograph for each category for both 2010 and 2007. The images are absolutely incredible! Be sure to visit Red Bull Illume for more information and photographs. As always and especially for these photos click on the image to view larger in it’s full beauty.
Images that show extreme detail of one or more aspects of an athletic feat: a tight shot of the action, the equipment, the body, the face, etc.
Photographer: Nathan Smith | Athlete: Andrew Mooney | Location: Wamberal, New South Wales, Australia | Camera: Canon EOS 1D Mark III | Lens: 10-17mm | ISO: 200 | F-Stop: f5.6 | Shutter speed: 1/1600
Photographer: Dawn Kish Athlete: Adam Strong | Location: Sedona, AZ, USA | Camera: Canon EOS-1V | Film: Kodak T-Max 3200 black and white
See the other 9 category winners below.
Surf wear maker Rip Curl recently teamed up with Timeslice Films for an ambitious project of shooting surfers in “bullet-time“, the effect that many people first saw in The Matrix. They used a crazy camera array of 52 Canon Rebel DSLRs in order to capture the same shot from 52 different angles, stringing them together for the final footage.
Artist Temujin Doran has found a new way to make LEGOS relevant again by simply implementing them into every day scenery. The interesting part is how he manages to pick the right Lego for the right scene. The fact that he can find an appropriate Lego for almost any situation is a true testament to the vast library of available Legos, since they have been around for like 800 years it makes sense. Here is a collection of his superimposing LEGO photography.