Puzzled Dog Eventually Figures Out How to Navigate His Giant Stick Through a Narrow Walkway

A beautiful but puzzled Weimaraner spends a bit of time trying to figure out how to navigate his giant stick through a narrow walkway that has a railing that impedes his path. With encouragement from his human, the dog eventually comes up with a solution that works.

A Comedy Sketch About the Guy Who Listens by Interrupting You

Mike Trapp and Brian Murphy star in a CollegeHumor sketch about the guy who listens by interrupting you. Trapp plays “Ronathan”, a believer in “hyperactive listening” sent to fix Murphy’s computer.

Artist Paints the Deck of a Roosevelt Island Pool in a Beautiful Array of Colors Reminiscent of the Setting Sun

Asylum Overhead
image via Manhattan Park Luxury Apartments

Design firms K&Co and Pliskin Architecture recently commissioned yarn artist Hot Tea (previously) to put his talents towards a pop-up pool installation and renovation for Manhattan Park, an apartment development on Roosevelt Island. Calling the project Asylum, the artist used a beautiful array of bright paint around the deck of the pool in colors that are reminiscent of the setting summer sun. Hot Tea spoke with Brooklyn Street Art about his process for this project.

This piece is inspired by my color field installations that take up both private and public spaces. I love introducing color to spaces that seem neglected or forgotten. …I entitled this piece “Asylum” because the act of creating it pushed my mental and physical endurance so far that I wasn’t sure I could complete the task. When people experience my installations I hope that they will remember the experience far after the moment is gone. My goal for people who are viewing my work is to evoke subconscious feelings one may have forgotten.

Walking Through Colors
photo by Jaime Rojo/Brooklyn Street Art

photo by Jaime Rojo/Brooklyn Street Art

Asylum Rooftop
image via Hot Tea

Asylum Rooftop
image via Hot Tea

Getting Faded
image via Hot Tea

image via Hot Tea

via Brooklyn Street Art, Colossal

Madame Tussauds in London Launches a New Highly Detailed ‘Star Wars’ Exhibit With Figures From All Six Films

Tussaud Star Wars Jaba

Madame Tussauds wax museum in London has launched a new highly detailed Star Wars exhibit that features figures from all six current films. A making-of video shows the meticulous work that went into creating the exhibit, and a video of the exhibit’s VIP launch party shows the excitement of fans.

Tussaud Star Wars Yoda



photos via Madame Tussauds

A Collection of the Best Moments With Kids on ‘Late Show With David Letterman’

David Letterman shares a collection of some of his best moments with kids on Late Show during his final episode on the show.

An Animated Look at the History of Weapons

A short animation by The Atlantic looks at the history of weapons from the simplest ax to drones and beyond. According to The Atlantic, much of the data included comes from A History of the World in 100 Weapons by author Chris McNab.

From the axe, which originated in 1,000,000 B.C., to today’s killer drones, mankind’s use of weapons has been varied and incredibly inventive. Weapons have changed history and aided in the rise and fall of civilizations. For example, gunpowder, a Chinese invention, led to the development of cannons and guns—revolutionizing warfare in the Middle Ages and beyond.

A Bright-Eyed Eight-Month-Old Adorably Plays Every Instrument in ‘Baby Band’

Bright-eyed eight-month-old baby Jonah adorably plays every instrument and claps along to the music in “Baby Band” by Joe Penna.

submitted via Laughing Squid Tips

Funnyman Dick Van Dyke Shows Off His Incredible Dancing Talent in the New Dustbowl Revival Video ‘Never Had to Go’

The amazing Dick Van Dyke shows off his wonderful talent for dancing and humor as he tries to convince his wife Arlene Silver to dance along with him in the new video for the song “Never Had to Go” by Dustbowl Revival. The members of the band were honored that Van Dyke had agreed to be in their video.

We had the luck and the privilege to share the first single “Never Had To Go” from our 2015 release With A Lampshade On with the man himself, Dick Van Dyke and his lovely wife Arlene. They said come over and let’s do a video. So we did. What a dreamy guy.

via Boing Boing