Most of us dread the words “snowstorm” – extreme skiers live for seasons when the snow won’t end. Matchstick Productions shares the beauty of nature and drama of the sport in their new documentary.
Aaron Evans pulls off an amazing gymnastic feat, launching a front flip over a speeding Acura NSX – without getting run over, natch. Needless to say, don’t try this. More angles here and here.
Graphic designer Genis “Gex” Carreras’ attempt to symbolize major philosophical theories using minimalist art. Gex will also release a compilation of all the prints in book form.
Perfect for tracking the next person on your hit list, this plastic skull model has been covered with enamel chalkboard paint for these and other random evil thoughts. Totally beats sticky notes.
Nathalie StÃ¤mpfli designed two soap dispensers that make use of bars instead of the liquid kind, grating the bars into flakes, keeping them dry and longer lasting.
With a single drum and four drumsticks, Wayne Oien takes snare drumming to new heights with this award-winning solo performance. Our ears are still ringing, but it was worth it.
A commercial for Sega’s Kinect survival horror game Rise of Nightmares made by video game comedy duo Mega64. Wait, so does this mean the game isn’t available in our dimension? Also: SWAG.
TomSka fills our brains with more randomness in the latest animation from his awesomely insane asdfmovie series. While you’re at it, catch up on episodes 1, 2, and 3. I’M GONNA DO AN INTERNET!
Jaguar’s concept production C-X16 is one sexy beast. With a 3.0L 376HP supercharged V6, a precise 50:50 weight distro, it can go 0 to 60 in 4.4 secs, and has a hybrid boost feature. Video here.
In exchange for the ability to pee practically anywhere if necessary, us guys have to deal with controlling our, erm, stream, as shown in this hilarious print by Jamie Smart. Freakin’ number 8!
Is there any better combination than horses, a helicopter, a mustache and the beach to inspire a laugh-inducing, kick ass stunt, just like this one on Season one of MacGyver? Nope. Well played, sir.
If your jaw dropped with this NÃ¼rburgring run, get a load of this first person view of Bridgestone test rider Tim RÃ¶thig speeding through the winding course on a Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R motorcycle.
Here’s a dose of looptastic fun courtesy of Josie Charlwood. She uses her amazing coordination to perform live loopstation covers like this one of Gorillaz’ “Feel Good Inc.” More here.
(NSFW: Language) Imagos Films heard about the Windie City Shootout here on The Awesomer, and decided to enter – and won the Producer’s Choice Award. Gives new meaning to “going postal.”
Sean Kenney used 65,000 bricks to create this 10′ replica of Chicago’s Trump Tower. He emulated the reflectivity of windows by using clear bricks with several layers of blue and white bricks underneath.
This adorable print is an homage to Strelka (“Little Arrow”), one of the animals sent into space by the Russians in 1960. Strelka and her partner Belka were the first ones to survive orbital flight.
Actually these are shiny and new opening credits for the short-lived 60’s animated tv show, redone with fondness in Roger Evans year-long project; compare his to the original here. (Thanks Dub!)
And here we thought cats (and airplane pilots) were the only ones easily distracted by laser pointers. If Kiwi the parrot is any indication, birds are just as easily hypnotized by tiny red dots.
(Spoilers) A mod that augments the PC version of Deus Ex: Human Revolution. Goodies include invincibility, infinite power and spawning weapons. Also skips through intro logos.
Amanda & Sean Siska aka Bread and Badger make sandblasted glassware with quirky etchings, including zombies, mustaches and dinosaurs. The designs are also available in other glassware.
This archival footage dates back to 1972, and is the first 3D rendered film created by Ed Catmull, who would later go on to found Pixar, and is now President of Disney and Pixar Animation Studios.
The HTC Titan has a 4.7″ screen, perfect for browsing, watching videos and taking panoramic pictures with its 8mp camera. Has a 1.5GHz CPU, 512MB RAM, 16GB storage and micro-USB port.
While we were more than a little distracted by the silly WinAmp backgrounds (and headband) in Ewan Dobson’s music video, his acoustic guitar shredding completely blew our minds. More music here.
Street art duo Luzinterruptus use light and dark to create their pieces. These 100 illuminated, hazmat-wearing scarecrows urge viewers to think about the ever present and grave risks of nuclear power.
An animated commercial for Chipotle promoting sustainable food production. Country legend Willie Nelson provides the background music – a cover of Coldplay’s The Scientist. Buy the song here.
Planking is so two-months-ago. You’re not really cool dumb unless you’re into Batmanning. And no, using one of those gravity inversion benches doesn’t count. Accident waiting to happen, anyone?
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