This is a short timelapse video of a quadriplegic woman skillfully painting SpongeBob’s best starfish pal Patrick using nothing but her mouth. The result is most impressive, and if I could produce art even half as good there’s no doubt in my mind my mom would hang it up on
Because nature is often an afterthought in humanity’s race towards progress, this is a video from the recently constructed (2018) Parleys Canyon Wildlife Overpass above Interstate 80 in Utah that allows animals to safely cross six lanes of traffic without getting flattened. The overpass, which is 320-feet long and 50-feet
Presumably in his infinite down time waiting for the development of Half-Life 3, this is a video of Half-Life’s G-Man performing a shot-for-shot remake of the Talking Heads ‘One In A Lifetime’ music video. The video, which was actually created by Youtuber CoreyLaddo over the course of four months, is
This is a video of Youtuber Skramblez riding the Super Mario 64 Peach’s Castle level he constructed with the custom park creator tool in Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2. In Skramblez own words: “My most ambitious custom park so far… the iconic Peach’s Castle from Super Mario 64!
This is some behind-the-scenes footage from an Esurance commercial starring a couple on a roller coaster, and the guy clearly isn’t a big fan of roller coasters (a person working on the commercial said it was actually one of his greatest fears). You’d never be able to tell from the
This is the 1:1 scale LEGO Les Paul Gibson guitar with classic sunburst finish constructed by builder morimorilego using a variety of very creative techniques. Some more info while I air-guitar so hard I sprain my back then complain about it for weeks: The body is decked out in layers
This is a very worthwhile video of Twitter user @KaoruGans0 awkwardly walking around Shibuya, Japan like he’s the main character in a 3rd person style video game, with on-screen health bar and mini-map added for extra video game realism. At one point he even accesses his inventory and puts on
This is a video of a red-and-green macaw (aka green-winged macaw) making short work of a geometric shape puzzle and proving, at least in my mind, that this bird is definitely smarter than my nephew, who would have undoubtedly been trying to eat those pieces. Now watch — five…four…three…two…*sees sister