Locked in a Vegas Hotel Room with a Phantom Flex « Tom Guilmette. I read the article before watching the video and was all “whatever, slow-mo isn’t that cool”. Then I watched the video. That bit where the tap stops and you can see the stream break into individual droplets, which then start to join back up is particularly amazing.
(mcm) It’s a long one but so worth it. It made me wish I was in school and had a teacher who’d show us these experiments to illustrate some of the less exciting math-y stuff: “This film happens to be blueberry flavoured” – so great.
The art direction is all well and good but I’m mainly freaking out because I’m almost certain I saw a boned stalefish – on a surfboard (let’s not mention the near-miss on the cheeky Roast Beef, that’s too much).
(dh) Arguably the best video on the internets as of right now. Many thanks to the remarkable David Head for his brilliant camera work – I think it’s turned out perfectly. (Click through to Vimeo to see it bigger and also check out its friend, metal to bangs)
So I guess it’s skateboard afternoon at Internev today. This guy has a bit of the pigeon-toe that Rodney Mullen does. I wonder if that’s because you need to turn your toes in to do some of these tricks, or if he’s emulated Rodney’s style (or freestyle-fusion skateboarding attracts people with pigeon toes…)
Hell yes I just said freestyle-fusion skateboarding.