A drawing machine designed to execute the wavy digital noodlings of French artist Parse/Error.
“Safety Talk” – Given Radebe.
The winner of a recent safety song competition by SNC Lavelin to promote safety in the workplace.
(Thanks Anonymous Safety Advocate)
Don Hertzfeldt’s brilliantly unhinged short (nominated for a Best Animated Short Film Oscar in 2001), remastered in 2015 and recently re- released on the director’s YouTube channel.
A must see if you’ve not already.
Previously: The Meaning Of Life
Eddy Chen – one half of Australian duo Two Set Violin – performs Pachelbel’s ‘Canon’ on a brace of Yellow Screaming Rubber Chicken Kids Baby Toy Squeak Squeaker Chew Gifts.
Naturally, you enjoyed that.
Now let’s join Eddy as he accompanies his colleague Brett Yang on piano for a rendition of Beethoven’s ‘Für Elise’.
And now, Erik Satie’s Gymnopédie No.1.
German too-much-time-on-their-hands outfit Sinners Domino Entertainment celebrates ten years in the tile-toppling game with an epic, 11-minute, 600,000 domino cascade.
A supercut by The Back Focus of multiple variations in TV and movie scenes in which one character thanks another as they walk away.
Hey, before you go, though.
70 years in the life of a naïve explorer – a journey that begins with a coin-operated space ship – chronicled in a charming, award-winning short by Nicholas Arioli.
A stunning time lapse montage of the ever-changing beauty, serenity and drama of the sky by photographer Ron Risman.
A initially peaceful but progressively more unsettling short by Florian Grolig. To wit:
It’s calm and peaceful above the clouds. But chaos lurks in the distance and each night, it draws closer.
Behold the bewilderingly overpopulated, open world, first person, memory-gobbling RPGs of Brilliant Game Studios.
In The Ultimate Battle Simulator (top) players pit vast armies against one another. Above, 300 Jedi knights versus 60,000 medieval foot soldiers. Or if you prefer, a pitched battle between 20,000 Jedi and 20,000 Darth Mauls.
The Black Masses is a far darker and bloodier journey into crowd simulation, as evidenced above (warning: unremitting gore) by a sequence wherein 10,000 zombies are dismembered by a giant blender.