James and Madonna go for a drive through New York City singing classics from her epic catalog of music, and James learns about Madonna’s relationship with Michael Jackson.
In the 26th episode of their “100 Years of Beauty” series, WatchCut Video provides a visually chronological history of the past 100 years of beauty in Haiti as modeled by artist Nzingah, whose hair and makeup were styled in correlation with the expertly researched trends of the beautiful but tumultuous historical nation.
Alo bèl! Rethink everything you know about Haiti — the second-oldest democracy in the Western hemisphere, and home to some of the most vibrant and passionate beauty traditions in the Caribbean and the world. In this episode of 100 Years of Beauty, Nzingah shows us that Haitian women have always reigned over the island with joy, elegance, and timeless beauty.
Mondo has released a rad collection of Gremlins ceramic tiki mugs for their new and ongoing series of pop culture inspired tiki mugs, titled Tee-Kis. The Gremlins themed mugs were designed by Michael Bonanno and sculpted by Ramirez Studios. The green, candy cane, and microwave melt glaze gremlins mugs are available to pre-order from the Mondo shop and are expected to ship during the first quarter of 2017. A brown version is available exclusively at Alamo Drafthouse theaters.
Mondo will be releasing Aliens and Iron Giant mugs for their Tee-Kis series in the near future.
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Pro streetballer Nemanja “Tricky” Blazic from Belgrade, Serbia did the Mannequin Challenge with a little flair by spinning a basketball on everything. He spins a basketball on a pen while writing, on the corner of a book while reading, on a wooden spoon while cooking, and more.
For CineFix‘s ongoing Trailer Mix series, New York filmmaker Bobby Burns and Dustin McLean worked together to create a fake movie trailer that reimagines Disney•Pixar‘s Finding Dory as a sinister thriller.
Disney•Pixar never fails to bring us the most heartwarming animated stories, from Toy Story to the latest hit, Moana. But what if they took some of those darker pasts into a more sinister direction? Dory would never be the same again.
As part of the Royal Institution‘s annual science-themed advent calendar they shared a stylized animation that explains physicist Richard Feynman‘s building block analogy for the first law of thermodynamics.
How Richard Feynman’s classic analogy of building blocks explains the conservation of energy. Professor Andrea Sella recalls Feynman’s illustration of the first law of thermodynamics with a child’s building blocks and wily mother.
Kurzgesagt makes a case for setting a new “year zero” to properly reflect human history. The video uses the idea of the Holocene calendar proposed by scientist Cesare Emiliani that would set year zero 10,000 years earlier than the Gregorian calendar, changing the year 2016 to 12,016.
To further embrace the Holocene calendar, Kurzgesagt is releasing an illustrated version for the year 12,017 that is available to order now.