Canadian CBC Radio One recently posted video titled “How to Age Gracefully,” that features people of all ages offer words of wisdom to their younger counterparts. The video was posted as a farewell message to WireTap radio show.
On March 30, three friends in Ireland launched their Twin Strangers project, searching the internet for their real-life doubles. After receiving many submissions, Niamh Geaney, 26, found her “twin stranger” Karen Branigan, 29, who lived just an hour’s drive down the road from her. In the video below, Gaevey and Karen Branigan meet for the first time.
The Human Clock TV is an online video timekeeper that tells time on a minute-by-minute basis, which is based on the picture Human Clock and Human Calendar that was created in 2001. The time-keeping website offers a different video for every minute of the day synced to the users local time, along with the location in which it was shot. Below you’ll see different screen shots samples… Continue reading Human Clock TV: An Online Video Timekeeper
A short documentary video about Argentinian Photographer Irina Werning incredible “Back to the Future” photography project, where she recreates the scene of an old photo portrait of people, from lighting, background, location, and even clothing. Irina Werning travels around the world meeting people and searching for particular photos to recreate for her ongoing project. The documentary is created by UK-based… Continue reading Back to the Future: Documentary About Irina Werning’s Photography Project
A 33 ton shark tank with a 15 centimeters (5.9-inch) thick acrylic glass broke inside Shanghai Orient Shopping Center in China. According to Gizmodo, 15 people were injured in this tragic accident on Wednesday, December 19th. Most of the people watching the tank were injured with deep cuts and bruises. Watch the video footage below as caught by the mall’s CCTV cameras.
Canadian photographer François Brunelle set out to find 200 couples of such doubles for his photo series ”I’m not a look-alike!”. via: Laughing Squid
Students from Bahrain who study abroad made this beautiful YouTube video to show their true unity as Bahrainis.