- Role Models - Curse of Cheddar Bay
- Trashed Idea - Shave a baby!
- Vanishing Point
- Tasty Jams - PS22 "Empire State of Mind"
- Your WTF for the year - Ultimate Muscle Roller Legend (NSFW, because it's weird)
- Tilt-Shift New York in Spring
- The Third & The Seventh - Alex Roman
- The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus
- Trashed Idea - Metallagher!!!!
- Your WTF for the day - Beatboxing 2.0?
Monthly Archives: February 2010
The URL is NSFW if you are one of those anti-cursing people, but man is it a clever site. I don’t want to spoil it. Full screen your browser. Go here. Resize as necessary.
So in the spirits of Busty Heart, I managed to find another woman who enjoys breaking things with unusual body parts. This woman can crush watermelons between her thighs like you can crush an egg in your hand. The NSFW … Continue reading
So this sort of became popular after Jennifer Love Hewitt went on the Lopez Show talking about this, and it’s since become a bit of a myth. People searched for the opportunity to partake in this spectacle, but most returned … Continue reading
Um. It’s something. It’s not something good. But it’s something. See more funny videos and funny pictures at CollegeHumor.
You may remember Neurosonics from the Beatboxing 2.0 video. Well here is a video of them performing live. I’m on the fence about this one, but I do know that holographic technology is not beyond our grasps. Neurosonics Live from … Continue reading
Another wonderful animation done by a french team. The french are really on top of animation given their quality of art. The imagery used to create this unique world is very appealing, blending painted backdrops with cleverly expressive characters. Do … Continue reading
I imagine Modest Mouse – King Rat‘s animation style would have come out like this. This was done by a french group, although it’s spoken in English. Enjoy a little cute in your life. PIRATES!!! “The Curse of the Evil … Continue reading
Um. There really isn’t more to be said. Ocassionally they post animals too.
Just another cornerstone of our history as a species culminated into a pull toy. If you listen, you can hear it grunt. By the way, this thing is worth about as much as my entire electronic setup, for perspective.
Many of you will know of Harriet the Spy, a book/Nick movie that sprung up and caused a mild roar in the early 90s. Well Disney has seen fit to give it a fresh make-over, by making her a blogger. … Continue reading
Can you shave the baby? YOU CAN SHAVE THE BABY! I don’t know which oriental group this is from, but I am impressed that they chose red heads for this experiment. Gingers do have souls, after all.
So I realize many of you aren’t big gamers and therefore would be unfamiliar with the characters in this cartoon. This an online first person shooter called Team Fortress 2 that is class based. Each class had different abilities and … Continue reading
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Since I’ve already made one historical post, why not two? I’ll admit, I was chuckling along through most of this video. I can’t say I expected something like this from the interwebs.
As a student of graphic design, I am often fascinated by even the simplest animation if it’s done uniquely. This is a prime example. While the concept is far from original, it’s done with a flair that shows an appreciation … Continue reading
It’s not often that I promote anything that’s actually educational, but this video about James K. Polk was superb. Honestly, if lectures were presented like this in classrooms, I would have loved school. Also, for you trivia people, the guy … Continue reading
I’ve probably said this a hundred times, but the internet is an interesting entity. This video was done by a 12 year old girl named Avery who has a simple appreciation for making nonsense with her webcam. Now I have … Continue reading
A truly interactive user interface has long been the fantasy of many a nerd. Using actual hand gestures that are interpreted into commands isn’t something that’s necessarily new, however most systems are structured around very rigid interpretation and often only … Continue reading