Created by photographer Brett Foxwell of bfophoto using 12,000 leaves he collected and pressed, this is a stop motion animation of a leaf morphing shape and color over the course of two and a half minutes. Organizing all those leaf photos into a fluid animation must have been quite the
In honor of the playoffs (which unfortunately the Cubs aren’t participating in this year), this is a beautiful drone fly-through of Wrigley Field. It starts outside in the neighborhood surround the park, flying through bars, then into the stadium, then back outside, then through the clubhouse and locker room, then
Art: it’s everywhere. Except at my friend’s recent gallery show. I’m not sure what that was, but it wasn’t art. This is a video of musician and artist Yohei Kisanuki creating some trippy zoetropic art using a whiteboard and marker atop a spinning potter’s wheel. It was fun to watch.
Hot on the flying heels of his previously posted Superman toy attached to a drone video come these ones from Petr N of an X-wing making an improvised Death Star Trench Run, and a speeder bike zipping around in the forests of Endor. I don’t know about you, but it
Wanna go crazy? Honestly, I feel like I’m doing a fine job myself without a video of 100 cuckoo clock cuckoos doing their thing in just as many seconds. But maybe you need a little push because you live such a charmed life. That must be nice. You wanna Freaky
This is a video of a bubble artist (it has to be a real thing) blowing a smoke-filled bubble, then bouncing it on a tennis racquet with a bubble for strings, before encasing it inside that bubble, removing it like separating the yolk from an egg white, and poking a
This is a video from a drone with a Superman toy attached that gives the viewer a sense of riding on the Man Of Steel’s back. That’s fun. Would I much rather ride on Falkor’s back? Of course, but beggars can’t be choosers. I mean they can be, but then
This is a 3D animation imagining a manufacturing plant where different logos are made. It’s pretty neat. Of course this isn’t how logos are actually made, logos are actually made by graphic designers strung out on coffee in Photoshop the day of their deadline. Or at least in my experience