This is a video of wingsuiters Fred Fugen, Vincent “Veush” Cotte, and Aurélien “Bras Noir Chatard setting the world record for longest wingsuit flight in close proximity, traveling a respectable 7.5km (4.7 miles) over Mont Blanc in France. That footage around 2:30 looks like they were getting LOW. Personally, I
This is a video from Wired highlighting the work of chalk artist Kurt Wenner, who creates realistic perspective pieces on a large scale. In the video, he discusses the various pieces he’s made, his process, and the challenges that arose while creating them. It was an interesting watch. Maybe not
This is a 60 Second Doc (plus another) video detailing the work of Sydney, Australia tattoo artist Jonny Hall, who produces tattoos with UV reactive elements. Jonny makes it clear he didn’t invent UV tattoos, but he’s known for adding UV elements to his realistic tattoos. I wonder how long
Nature: it’s all around us. And that’s a good thing, unless you live in Australia where nature is hellbent on killing you. This is a video of building maintenance man on the roof the building he maintains investigating a great horned owl that’s been spotted on the premises. He gets
This is a video following artist Black McFarland of BM Sculptures as he creates an exotic wood and epoxy whale sculpture commission for an event space. He really delivers, and any event space would be lucky to have such a fine piece of art on display. It looks like a
Because dream it (and with enough know-how, money, and luck), you can achieve it, this is a video of Youtuber Ideal Idea constructing an icosahedron (20-sided polygon) infinity mirror terrarium. How about that! No matter where you look it’s green with plant life! Me? I’m a huge fan of terrariums
This is a video of San Francisco from the 1940’s that’s been remastered (including a boost to 60FPS, enhanced to HD, improved sharpness and brightness, stabilized, denoised, and deblurred) and had color and ambient sound added. What a trip down memory lane this must be if you’re like 120 now.
This is a video that, just like the title describes, imagines various microscope objects on a human scale, beginning with a hydrogen atom resized to 5cm, and making its way through various bacteria and viruses, a city-sized sperm, and a continent sized dust mite. I learned a lot by watching