The wonderful feline duo of Cole and Marmalade (previously) explain the habits and routines that domestic and big cats have in common, with the one extremely notable difference that, unlike domestic cats, big cats don’t make for such great household pets.
MysteryGuitarMan aka Joe Penna has created a wonderfully touching animation that depicts a child growing up to adulthood with the love of her father all throughout her life. The story was amazingly created with a single piece of blue yarn that was positioned and repositioned 703 times.
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While staying at Hotel Búðir in Iceland in March 2014, Mark Tretter attempted to take what would usually be a simple drink of water in extremely windy conditions. Needless to say, Tretter’s attempt was about as successful as he suspected it would be.
For those of you wondering, I was in the (wind) shadow of the fantastic hotel at Budir Iceland, I had already lost my pair of eyeglasses in a prior venture into the wind, then decided to make this scene inspired by a video I saw made at the top of Mount Washington decades ago where a couple was served breakfast out on the patio of the observation deck in a holwing 100+ MPH wind. I estimate the wind this day was about 75-80 MPH.
Nick Gray, the founder of Museum Hack, recently gave a talk at a TEDxFoggyBottom event during which he explained his love for museums but his disdain for traditional museum tours, how he went about changing the experience, and what people can expect when they go on a tour through the museum with him.
Tired of the traditional way that museum tours are given, Nick Gray created his own company of renegade tour guides called Museum Hack. In his talk, Nick explains how these interactive, engaging tours will make you fall in love with museums as you experience them in a completely new way. Nick Gray loves museums but hates how most museum tours are given. He founded Museum Hack, a company of private tour guides offering unconventional museum tours. Nick has lived in New York City for the past seven years, with his favorite place being the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
via Jamie Wilkinson
German photographer Martin Roller has created a fun series of portraits in which common foods are expertly styled to represent other easily recognizable objects. For example, a pair of bananas becomes a pair of shoes, a strategically peeled orange is turned into a world globe, a plate of spaghetti is shaped like a gun with the sauce representing the subsequent blood.
images via Martin Roller
via Beautiful Decay
Supercut Videos has put together a minute-long compilation of movie characters slapping each other. The slaps are primarily person-to-person, but there are a few monkey and toy slaps in the mix as well. The video also features a high percentage of clips with Bill Murray as the slap victim, largely due to the film Groundhog Day.