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Tom BetGeorge just won Christmas. The music director built and programmed this massive Cantina-inspired setup that is synchronized to his favorite Star Wars songs. It has about 100,000 lights and can be seen from miles away.
Japanese snack maker Glico put together this promotional holiday video using 26 sounds captured from chewing, cracking and opening treats like Pocky and Pucchin Pudding. Play with the soundboard and make your own songs here.
SNL’s Keenan Thompson debunks the old “you’d better be good for goodness sake” trope, as it seems these days everyone gets presents by the tree, no matter how naughty or nice they’ve been. Everybody’s gettin’ sump’n.
You may recall that time when farmer Derek Klingenberg serenaded his herd of cattle with Lorde’s Royals. This time he’s back with a little holiday trombone cheer for the bovines. Who knew cows liked popcorn?
We haven’t decided what’s more impressive here – the technological wizardry needed to wire up and synchronize all of these houses in a single light show, or the idea that this many neighbors could agree to do this.
When YouTuber bd594 isn’t making music with old computer equipment, he likes to dress up for the holidays. Here, the tinkerer demonstrates the most over-the-top ugly sweater of all time – complete with a working model railroad.
Toronto healthcare ad agency Klick worked with YouTube musical sensation Andrew Huang to create this catchy version of the holiday classic Jingle Bells using sampled sounds from common office supplies and other everyday objects.
Brett Domino continues his series of videos on how to make pop songs, but this time he focuses in on making that annoying holiday song you won’t be able to get out of your head until February. Festal Christmas, everyone!
(Gross) You’d better watch out. Even good old Saint Nick needs to make the occasional pitstop between toy deliveries. The guys from Poo-Pourri have a suggestion for something to leave out alongside the milk and cookies this year.
LEGO builders in Sydney, Australia have erected an enormous christmas tree made from LEGO and Duplo bricks. The fake plastic tree measures 32.8 feet tall and weighs over 3.5 tons. It’s on display at the Pitt Street Mall through 12/26/14.
ThinkGeek continues to tacticalizeall thethings. This stocking has MOLLE straps, two carabiners, two quick-release clips on the toe, a hook-and-loop panel, a bi-directional side zipper and is of course black. MOLLE Christmas!
A fictionalized recreation of the Christmas truce – a series of unofficial ceasefires and friendly exchanges that took place between German and British soldiers during World War I. A bittersweet reminder of the senselessness of war.
FinalCutKing’s video greeting card gives us insight into the chaos and mayhem created by gingerbread men while we’re out shopping for last minute gifts. We’re surprised they’d trash their own gingerbread house though.
Aymann Ismail of ANIMAL set up a camera overlooking a UPS distribution facility in NYC’s Hell’s Kitchen in the days leading up to Christmas, capturing the mesmerizing ballet of trucks moving in and out of narrow spaces.
You can worry less now about having your holiday spirit attacked thanks to an easter egg from Google. From any mobile device, simply type “let’s go caroling” into Google’s search box and karaoke versions of several classics pop up.
Birdbox Studio’s offers up an animated classic about little boy who creates a friendly companion out of snow, and wishes that it would come to life. He finally gets what he wants for the holidays – and it’s not what you think.
Following up on last year’s Christmas Sweatz, Rhett and Link are back with their friends to bring a little random holiday cheer our way – perhaps starting a new Christmas trend to replace ugly sweaters along the way. Or not.
For their Christmas 2013 clip, The Piano Guys perform an amazing arrangement of Angels We Have Heard on High, using keys, hammers, hands and bows to produce sounds out of their piano that no single pair of hands could achieve.
Upscale UK retailer Harvey Nichols launched this tongue-in-cheek holiday campaign which suggests you spend your money on awesome gifts for yourself, leaving your family with such prized items as paper clips, toothpicks or gravel.
By rigging a couple of nets with bells an all-star lineup of NBA players are able to ring in the holiday season and the announcement of Special Edition Christmas Day Uniforms becoming available at the NBA Store.