This is a video of Youtube Brick Technology constructing a clock almost entirely out of ingenuity and LEGO that counts seconds, minutes, and hours like a traditional clock, but also fortnights, months, years, decades, centuries, millennium, 100,000 years, megaannum (1,000,000 years), and a galactic year (230-million years). Its bob (weight)
This is a video of dancer S (aka Stephane Deheselle) performing a routine and demonstrating his wildly impressive flexibility with moves that can only be described as almost unbelievable. Does he even have any joints? I have joints. And they all start aching the moment I wake up. I’M OLD.
This is a clip from Titanic of Jack drawing Rose like one of his French girls, except a TikTok filters has been applied to their faces to make them look far more confused, and far less sensual. Or maybe far more sensual, depending on how you feel about your lover
This is a video of the astronaut sculpture created by ex-physicist (once a physicist, always a physicist in my opinion) and artist Julian Voss-Andreae. It’s constructed of cross section slices of mirrors, and almost seems invisible when viewed directly head-on (or back-on), but appears more solid as you move around
These are several video examples of artist Damien Beneteau’s Spherical Variations, chrome and matte black balls on a pendulum that pass through a lit portal, producing some pretty trippy visuals in the process. And you know how I feel about trippy visuals! “They scare you.” They’re absolutely terrifying. Isn’t life
Inspired by Drogon from Game Of Thrones, this is a video of artist Kevin Stone discussing the 15,000 pound “life size” steel dragon statue he’s welding together. It also breathes fire, because what’s the point if it doesn’t? And while it might not be full grown Drogon size, he was
These are a couple videos of a raven named Odin (of course) at the Tropical Butterfly House in Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England, producing abstract paintings, using her beak to pick up and use a brush. Admittedly, I wouldn’t mind having an Odin original hanging in my home. “That was painted
This is a video of Theo Jansen’s latest Strandbeest: a caterpillar that’s pulled behind another wind-powered mechanical sculpture, inch-worming its way across the sand. Could you imagine if you were enjoying a pleasant beach day and a Strandbeest walked by? That would be wild. Even wilder if it tried to