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Pollock Yoga

What do you call a woman writhing on the floor....... Art?.....k

By: Dugpitz | Apr 9th, 2014 (8:19 AM) | Thanks: teharteest

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Lights, Camera, foot action

Dance company 'Enra' employs light projection and animation to awesome effect.

By: WayGroovy | Mar 5th, 2014 (4:31 PM) | Thanks: arothman

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The Day Wonderland Stood Still...

Infrared filtered time lapse of Philadelphia

By: WayGroovy | Mar 5th, 2014 (2:02 PM) | Thanks: traverses

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Survive the uncultured zombie apocalypse

The Army's Giant Hidden Treasure Room

By: Dugpitz | Feb 24th, 2014 (8:18 PM) | Thanks: JaiDubs

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How Whovian. How Brony.

There is a special place in the world where the venn diagram of Dr Who fans intersects with My Little Pony fans AND with knitting crochet enthusiasts. This is that place.

By: WayGroovy | Feb 4th, 2014 (2:52 PM)

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A Scanner, Dorkily

A photographers amazing custom scanning Greg allows him to take awesome photos of subway trains.

By: WayGroovy | Jan 16th, 2014 (11:01 PM) | Thanks: arothman

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30 Minutes of Stop Motion

Takahide Hori spent four years making the 30-minute, stop-motion horror film Junk Head 1. It follows a human sent underground to investigate a world filled with freakish people and vicious monsters. [editors note, i didn't watch the whole thing, my eyes hurt.]

By: WayGroovy | Jan 12th, 2014 (11:19 PM) | Thanks: JTWood

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Your Favorite Fairy Tales Gone Horribly Awesomely Wrong!!

"These illustrations of popular characters are just that, badass. My favourites are Ducktails and Tin Tin." Traverses and IdentityOne submitted these seconds apart.

By: WayGroovy | Jan 12th, 2014 (8:45 AM) | Thanks: traverses

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A Short Film Created as a Palindrome.

This film has been written symmetrically: the second half is strictly like the first, but played backwards and mirrored. The second part doesn't act like a simple rewinding, but as the following of the first. It explores all sorts of symmetry: compositions, shapes, sounds and music, scenario, colors, actions, time...

By: WayGroovy | Jan 11th, 2014 (10:59 PM) | Thanks: JTWood

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