A Russian Cosmonaut finds himself alone and without so much as a sip of champagne to celebrate the New Year in this cleverly animated short film by Anton Korolyuk & Artem Bizyaev.
We’re more lovers than fighters, but we still enjoy a good brawl. Especially when said brawl includes people getting pushed into a pool a ridiculous number of times. The chaos starts at 1:40.
Your lane is barely moving, while the other half of the road is taunting you with its clear path. But you’re in Russia, so what do you do? Hint: the cars on the left are not going the other way.
The following posters precisely depict what might happen if you take it upon yourself to forget your common sense while performing manual or machine labor. TA needs these now. (Thanks S!)
If you thought ballets were all about pink tutus and men in tights, then you’re clearly not familiar with the the manly version, in which these massive moving weapons do a little dance of their own.
The Marussia is Russia’s first sports car. Featuring dramatic industrial design, the B1 offers up an ample, if not Earth-shattering 300-hp 3.5-liter V6, and can do 0-to-60 in less than 5 seconds.
This huge insect was made from old cars and bulldozers, and can be found alongside the road in Noyabrsk, Russia. The guy who made it was paying homage to the flying pests in nearby swamps.
In 1968, Russian scientists made a mathematic model of a walking cat on a BESM-4 computer. It â€œrenderedâ€ the resulting animation to a printer and was then photographed by motion picture camera.