Behold: the David Brown Speedback Silverstone Edition.
With a look inspired by the classic Ferrari and Aston Martin GT racers of the 1960s, this 5.0l supercharged, V8 roadster will do 250km/h and 0-100km/h in 4.2 seconds.
Not that you’ll care a jot, reclined in the luxurious brogued tan leather and scorched Ebony Macassar interior, listening to Verdi on the 7.1-channel Bowers & Wilkins sound system.
Ten will be built. O ne can be yours for €696,000+.
Zaouli, the traditional dance of the Guro people of central Ivory Coast – always performed by a man, but not generally to the sound of Ethnodynamix by Parisian trancers Hilight Tribe.
‘Noos’ – an extraordinary showcase of balance and fluidity by dancers Justine Berthillot and Frederi Vernier.
A nifty montage of characters dancing across the screen in the movies of 2017 assembled by video editor Jacob T Swinney.
Taiwanese choreographer, inventor and video artist Huang Yi dances a duet with KUKA — a robot he programmed — set to the cello stylings of Joshua Roman.
‘La mécanique de l’Histoire’: an acrobatic and strangely mesmerising ‘meditation on gravity’ by the Foucault Pendulum at the Panthéon in Paris earlier this month, devised by multi disciplinary movement artist Yoann Bourgeois
A Solomon Society montage of Disney characters dancing set to a Sim Gretina remix of from Jungle Book. I Wan’na Be Like You
Unsightly ravers having it large by Nakita Dakur.
53 seconds of glitchy brilliance.
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A 2011 short by Masahiko Sato and Kohji Robert Yamamoto combining motion-tracking data of a ballerina’s dance with the vintage animation technique of rotoscoping.
Peacockspiderman (possibly not his real name) sez:
A short compilation of 51 Australian peacock spiders. I filmed these and few additional ones that I didn’t find space for in this clip over the last few years. Thanks to Universal Music for allowing me to use the Bee Gees track. I often thought it is the perfect tune for letting peacock spiders dance to…
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