Hong Kong Playground combines some very impressive freerunning/parkour with urban exploration and some damn nifty camera work.
just plain cool
Google has started the ball rolling early for this year’s round of April Fools’ Day pranks with their Pokemon Master job search video.
What’s more annoying or boring than walking up to a pedestrian crossing just as the lights change, and having to stand around and wait for all the other traffic and pedestrians to do their thing? Well now that dull boring wait at the lights just got a little bit more bearable, thanks to the development of Street Pong.
This is a record player that plays the haunting, sad songs of dead trees. Created by Bartholomäus Traubeck, this amazing device works by analyzing the growth rings on a slice of a tree.
Chinese artist Li Hongbo creates these amazing works of art, pulling his inspiration from traditional Chinese toys known as paper gourds, which are folded honeycombed paper which is stored flat and can be pulled out into geometric shapes.
Ever wondered what its like to Kayak down a 60 foot tall waterfall? Dane Jackson did just that, and thanks to his trusty GoPro camera we can experience the rush without risking the cold, wet and broken bones.
How many cartoons did you watch as a kid? How about today? Do you think you could name them all from just hearing the theme tune?
Meet Marshmallow, the feline escape artist who can pick the lock to his cage.
This video, shot by Keith Loutit, shows Rio de Janeiro like you’ve never seen before!
Lisa-X is only Eight and already blazes metal guitar better than most bedroom shredders you know, and would probably put a lot of shaggy metal band dudes to shame too.