What happens when two Tetris blocks fall in love? Artist Emile Rademeyer’s animated short reveals the frustrations of a pair that don’t quite “fit.” Luckily, the solution to their troubles will fall into place.
Japanese designer and filmmaker Keiichi Matsuda creates a new vision of the future in his kaleidoscopic film "Hyper Reality", merging the physical and digital worlds.
This clip shows how a creative project develops: from the idea, through the pitch and the initial designs, to the final version. The development process as a colorful stop-motion video.
Sedish animation artist Erik Wernquist has made a film about the space probe Cassini. Since 2004 it has been circling Saturn collecting data about the planet and its rings. The orbiter is about to be retired – and burn up.
Science can be fun - and beautiful. Chinese film makers took macro images from a high-powered microscope and cut them together in time with Johann Strauss's waltz "The Blue Danube".
British artist Emma Allen draws the evolution of the human face for the camera: from the single cell to the Neanderthal to digital man.
Joe Penna made recordings of birds tweeting and backed them up with some beats to create "Bird Dubstep". The video has since collected over 365,000 views.
Here, just about everything that can go wrong, does go wrong. Badly cut cakes, a ruler that slips while drawing, and playing cards that fly in all directions when shuffled: for pedants, this video is a horror movie!
They really are a "rock band": Small stones whirl through the air, driven by electromechanical instruments. They play the Beatles song "Here Comes the Sun."
Filmmaker Sebastian Linda made a video called "Fingers of Steel" featuring the impressive flips, turns and tricks of Chris Heck. He’s a champion fingerboarder.
Canadian freediver Mathieu Villegas goes under the ice of a frozen lake in Québec, taking his GoPro camera with him.
Kitesurfing was yesterday! The newest thing is drone surfing! Tying a special drone to your board means surfing fun even when there’s no wind.
The Turkish artist Garip Ay uses the ancient Ebru technique, also known as paper marbling, to re-create Van Gogh's masterpieces. His making-of videos have gone viral on YouTube.
Matteo Archondis of Italy took a trip around the world using Google Maps, clicking through 3,305 individual photos from the digital maps and cutting them together in a breathtaking video.
In his video, Israeli artist Ophir Kutiel, alias Kutiman, pays tribute to the hustle and bustle of Tel Aviv. He mixed the soundtrack from snippets of instruments typical for the city on the Mediterranean.
The Italian electronic musician Guiseppe Acito and his Lego "Toa Mata Band" have recorded a cover version of Kraftwerk's 1978 hit "The Robots."
Berlin's Konzerthaus Orchestra is recreating typical big city sounds. The musicians have made YouTube videos of these performances: everything from currywurst stands to the subway system and Berlin nightlife.
The daily grind at work makes many people feel like robots. Graphic artist Michael Marczewski has given artistic expression to that syndrome with his candy-colored animated film, "Vicious Cycle".
The video "Satisfying Melting" by the artists of Macro Room presents hardware and other objects like computer keyboards and CDs being melted in fast motion over a bunsen burner.
As a celebrity photographer living in New York, Noam Galai encounters celebrities on a daily basis. He created a video journal for 2016 by cutting together one second from everyday of the year.
Illustrator Elizabeth Hobbs honored aviator Amy Johnson in her film “G-AAAH”.
A video by Mexican artist Oscar López Rocha has animated geometrical shapes dancing to electronic beats in parking garages and train stations and grooving through deserted cityscapes.
With just one actor and a lamp, the Belgian visual artist Filip Sterckx has made a hypnotic music video for "Always Home" by soul singer Selah Sue.
Any child knows what happens when a balloon collides with a cactus, or if a slice of bread and marmalade falls on the floor. But in Florent Porta’s video clip “Preposterous”, nothing is as you’d expect.
British video maker Pi Bennett found a dripping faucet more inspiring than irritating. He composed a piece of music from the sound of dripping water. The video has received some 50,000 views on YouTube.
Video artist Keith Loutit spent three years documenting the booming growth of Singapore into a megalopolis. He set up his camera in the same spots over long periods and recorded about one million frames.
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