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Advertisement: “Game On, World” By Nike

 

This is such a cool commercial by Nike — especially if you played a lot of video games in the late 80s or early 90s.

(via Format)

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Video: “Backyard Waterslide of Doom” By Jodi Schmalz

 

It just can’t be safe.

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Short Film: “The Burj Birdmen” By Buzz Films

 

“Two men travel to Dubai to attempt a world record base jump off the worlds tallest buidling — The Burj Tower.”

Crazy!

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Short Film: “Kilian Martin: Altered Route (A Skate Film)” By Brett Novak

 

“Kilian Martin: Altered Route (A Skate Film)” is one of the coolest skateboarding films that I’ve ever seen.

When I first watched “Altered Route”, I immediately realized that Brett Novak is a cinematographic genius and that Kilian Martin has to be one of the most gifted freestyle skateboarders in the history of the sport.

(via Mercedes-Benz)

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Architecture: “The California Roll House” By Violent Volumes

Architecture: "The California Roll House" By Violent Volumes
Architecture: "The California Roll House" By Violent Volumes

“At times, the simplest form with least manipulation from its original form can offer visual amenities and adapted solution to the context.

“California Roll” prefabricated house takes this methodology to create its morphological adaptation to its environment : desert.

Homogeneous exterior material which provides high grade of energy efficiency and reflects heat from the sun covers the entire surface except for glass panels which is electronically controlled to change its transparency. Modularization of every structure members and finish materials are maximized to provide mobility with rapid assembly and disassembly on site.”

Well-played! Violent Volumes produce amazing architectural works.

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Architecture: "The California Roll House" By Violent Volumes
Architecture: "The California Roll House" By Violent Volumes
Architecture: "The California Roll House" By Violent Volumes
Architecture: "The California Roll House" By Violent Volumes

Video: “Russian Man Free Climbs Stalin Era Skyscraper In Moscow”

 

“Russian daredevil, Tyomka Pirniazov free climbed the ornate Soviet star at the top of the 577 foot tall Stalin-era Kotelnicheskaya Embankment Building in Moscow. With every precarious step, serial building climber, Tyomka Pirniazov hauls himself to the top of the skyscraper. Filming himself as he climbs, he recorded this video with a camera clenched in his mouth.”

Unreal!

(Like Cool)

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Installation: “Utsusemi” By Motoi Yamamoto

Installation: "Utsusemi" By Motoi Yamamoto
Installation: "Utsusemi" By Motoi Yamamoto

Motoi Yamamoto’s salt-based installations are some of the most aesthetically impressive works of art that I have come across this year, through the blogosphere.

“Salt has a special place in the death rituals of Japan, and is often handed out to people at the end of funerals, so they can sprinkle it on themselves to ward off evil. While the material holds great personal significance for Yamamoto, who had to come to terms with the tragic death of his sister at a young age, this piece reflects on the devastating effects of earthquakes.

The sculptural salt staircase known as “Utsusemi” is an amazing body of work that has been presented several times in Japan and even made its way to P.S.1 in New York. It is more than a simple stationary piece. The work, though sculptural in its structure, has an interactive element to it. Blocks of salt are stacked atop each other to form a narrow flight of stairs that crumble at the presence of a simulated earthquake. At once, the piece echoes architectural ruin as well as the pouring of salt for the lives lost in the aftermath of the natural disaster that is so prevalent in Japan.”

(via My Modern Met)

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Installation: "Utsusemi" By Motoi Yamamoto
Installation: "Utsusemi" By Motoi Yamamoto
Installation: "Utsusemi" By Motoi Yamamoto
Installation: "Utsusemi" By Motoi Yamamoto

“30-Story Building Built in 15 Days”

“The Chinese construction company Broad Group built a 30-story hotel in just 15 days (360 hours) in December. This time-lapse video shows the process.”

Wow!

(via Like Cool)

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“People Are Awesome (Don’s Version)”

People are truly awesome.

Checkout the video featured below to have your mind blown.

(via PKG)

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Sculptures And Installations By Visual Artists, Los Carpinteros

“Los Carpinteros are a Havana-based duo consisting of Marco Castillo and Dagoberto Rodríguez. Formed in 1991, originally as a trio that included Alexandre Arrechea until his departure in 2003, the Cuban collective decided to renounce the idea of individual authorship and pay homage to an older tradition of artisans and skilled laborers.

They creates sculptures, installations and drawings that merge architecture, design, and sculpture in surprising and humorous ways. Often, their very carefully crafted works set up contradictions between object and function, in addition to practicality versus uselessness.”

Feel free to view some of  Los Carpinteros’ amazing work below (via Design You Trust) and more information on the duo is available through their website: www.loscarpinteros.net.

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Photographs of Various Sculptures By Visual Artists, Los Carpinteros
Photographs of Various Sculptures And Installations By Visual Artists, Los Carpinteros
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