In this must-see video, street artist Joshua Allen Harris used subway exhaust to breathe life into his inflatable sidewalk creations.
JR, a semi-anonymous French street artist, uses his camera to show the world its true face, by pasting photos of the human face across massive canvases. At TED2011, he makes his audacious TED Prize wish: to use art to turn the world inside out.
Daniel Craig, famous as 007 in James Bond films, dresses as a woman for an International Women’s Day video to illustrate the dramatic and troublesome differences between the way men and women experience the world.
Just in case anyone is still under the impression that these kinds of mass violations of human rights only happen in dictatorships, it’s worth watching the Fifth Estate’s telling documentary “You Should’ve Stayed Home” which documents the story of “ordinary citizens on the streets at Toronto G20 Summit marching peacefully until the police closed in and shut them down.”
A wild bald eagle has been visiting a female bald eagle twice a day at California’s Orange County Zoo inside Irvine Regional Park. Zoo employees began noticing the bald eagle about a week and a half ago. It tends to perch in a sycamore tree 15 feet away from the bald and golden eagle enclosures […]
Check out this inspiring poetry/artwork we found while out “Stumbling” on the web: “Even after all this time the sun never says to the earth, “You owe me.” Look what happens with a love like that, it lights up the whole sky.”
A NASA fan says the space agency has forgotten to share its hopes and dreams…so he does it for them. NASA fan Reid Gower created the video remix NASA: The Frontier is Everywhere* with its voice-over by Carl Sagan (who else?) because… “I got frustrated with NASA and made this video. NASA is the most […]
Instructive recap of the Wikileaks “Cablegate” saga as it has unfolded over the last few weeks. What’s in those leaked diplomatic memos? Learn here, all in 3:27 minutes of manic-paced cut-and-paced LOLvideo, complete with a Rachmaninoff score.
Imagine a bunch of people saying, “Hey, I’ve got an idea — let’s all dress up as Egyptian mummies attach bells to our belts and gyrate our hips to the sound of Christmas music?” That’s exactly what happens when the 4000 year old Funk Band, Here Come the Mummies, performs a Christmas arrangement entitled “Carol of the Belts”.
In Cuba, arable land is being reclaimed from decades of pesticides, fertilizers and mono-culture. What can the rest of the world learn from this small Caribbean nation before its too late.