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Sometimes an event of tremendous sincere human communication transcends the moment in which it whirls as a dust devil to become a tornado in the collective minds across the globe. Whether it be a dying journalist using his last ounce of lifeblood to prop his camera into the air, a young man lying determinedly still in the path of an equally determined tank, or Mr. Wong singing Carrie Underwood’s “Before He Cheats” at the Carrie-Oke Contest in Kansas.
This man has been through too much. Too much.
Check out more from Barak Dagan.
Dschinghis Khan performing “Genghis Khan”
Michael Cretu performing “Samurai”
The only thing better than assaulting someone over chicken nuggets in a drunken state of rage, is to assault someone over chicken nuggets in a drunken state of rage with the right soundtrack.
We hypothesize that this woman is simply a futurist sound-scape artist who felt her work would read strongest from the deaf cyclopsian eye of a security camera. we salute her by watching this bastardization of her vibrant kinetic art.
An unscientific point of view on the beginning and evolution of life … and how it could probably end.
better video quality here: http://blublu.org/sito/blog/?p=777
direction and animation by BLU
production and distribution by ARTSH.it
sountrack by ANDREA MARTIGNONI
El músico y la muerte (Muzikant a Smrt) de Lubomir Benés.
Corto extraído del programa Caloi en su tinta. Se emite todos los domingos a las 19hs por canal siete, Argentina.
It’s Sunday Edison moving time again, growing up and becoming a real boy. It will take all the wizard’s forces to please the mother of invention.
How hard does Tony Stark have to work to have a good time? Follow him into the hot tub and find out.