Tiger Woods, Derek Jeter and Roger Federer strut their greasy stuff to the Bee Gee's "Staying Alive" in Gillette's "Walk of Gillette" commercial. The TV ad launched on the same day the new Yankee Stadium opened.
Watching the ad left me with the same feeling as when I accidentally ate five pieces of Popeye's fried chicken the other day - oily and a little bit disgusted.
I don't care how many combined kajillions they're worth. They need to close… Continue
The film stars Rachel Weisz, Adrien Brody, Mark Ruffalo and Rinko Kikuchi, and tells the tale of two of the best con men in the world, who swindle millionaires with complex scenarios of lust and intrigue. Now they've decided to take on one last job - showing a beautiful and eccentric heiress the time of her life with a romantic… Continue
Added by PANDA JU on April 24, 2009 at 4:00am —
This week, engineer Adam Wilson made global headlines by updating Twitter using his brainwaves. "USING EEG TO SEND TWEET" he explained.
Wilson's achievement was actually pretty trivial. He used a system called BCI2000, found in hundreds of laboratories across the globe, that can do the job of a keyboard for any software program. But it was significant precisely because it was trivial: mind-reading tech is going to have a massive impact… Continue
Critics say that Earth is spectacularly photographed, gracefully edited, and effectively demonstrates the effects of climate change. Narrated by James Earl Jones, this documentary from Disneynature follows the path of the sun as it explores our world. Earth focuses on a trio of animal mothers and… Continue
British artist, Lora, has a website you could easily spend hours getting lost in. One look at her picture and you'll be surprised to find that the artist behind this work is in fact a young girl who has a lot to say. You have to wonder if she was inspired by artists like Banksy, there's an underling theme of social unrest and a rejection of mass commercialism in her… Continue
If you're one of those people who loves the artistic idea behind the music group, Gorillaz, you're going to want to watch this 91-minute documentary tracking the history of the most successful animated band ever.
Bananaz, which will be released on DVD on June 1, was shot by filmmaker Ceri Levy and begins in the late '90s at the birth of the concept band… Continue
Has this man discovered the one, invisible jetpack left by our alien friends or is he just completely loco in the brain-o? Either way, you can't help but love this idea. Max "Bunny" Sparber throws on his invisible jetpack and putters around our favorite city, San Francisco.
Why does he do it? According to him it's because "there is no better way to be a tourist than by gently floating by the… Continue
How long do you think it would take to build a 200,000 LEGO brick model of the legendary Japanese Warship, Yamato? It took Jumpei Mitsui six years and four months to create the warship, which is built at a scale of 1/40, weighs over 330 pounds (150kg), measures 21 feet (6.6m) from bow to stern, and is 3 feet (1m) wide at the widest point of the ship. I bet Jumpei's mom… Continue
Here's a sweet, short film that combines artist James Jarvis' passion for running with his signature potato-headed stick-man figures. Jarvis approached Nike with this idea instead of the other way around, making it more about the art than the Nike brand.
As Jarvis states, "I was talking to a friend at Nike, Kerry Shaw, about this idea and, given the… Continue
Added by alice on April 23, 2009 at 11:53am —
What happens when you take every third frame of footage - print it, shred it and shoot it three times and then blend it with adjacent frames by different stripes configuration? You get something as artistic and wild as this music video called “Everytime” by Oi Va Voi. If you were wondering if this was a laborious project it was! The low-budget music video… Continue
Next time your boss pissed you off just bust out one of these hilarious file folders and take it into a meeting. You'll either get a few chuckles or be fired immediately. Just don't blame me if you get fired. (But I'll take the credit if you get a few laughs or get promoted for your wit and bravery!)