The Clown School is a modern forum for an ancient art form.
Improv Everywhere is a New York City-based improv group dedicated to causing “scenes of chaos and joy in public places,” and it’s just released a film teaser for a documentary it’s hoping to get made with some help from Kickstarter.
We search the internet for whatever we find interesting and think that you would find interesting too. While the rest of the world posts tired “Call Me Maybe” covers, or the latest, crappy, “Gangnam Style” parody, we would like videos of old altered musicals to start making the rounds. A West Side Story with light […]
Presenting the biggest kite we’ve ever seen, Peter Lynn Kites has crafted an enormous 30 meter Blue Whale kite. The starting price is about $6000 dollars, and while they have smaller versions, we really can’t see a reason to get a smaller one if it’s only a difference of a couple thousand dollars and you’re […]
I’m old, I suppose, since I remember when Jim Henson died, which I’m pretty sure is the same day Sammy Davis Jr. died. Not all nostalgia aside, he was a force in the world of childrens entertainment, but didn’t pander to them like so many modern incarnations do. He entertained adults with his humor too, […]
Sometimes mining the internet for interesting things to share with others becomes a tiresome act of drudgery. This little film by Kut, a “creative collective consisting of filmmakers, musicians, artists, politicians and cats” is refreshing, as it contains no snark, zombies, bacon, Mario, or Star Wars references. It’s people bringing joy in a simple form […]
It’s that time of the year again, when lunatics converge on the Black Rock Desert in northern Nevada to take part in Burning Man. The event includes every aspect of art, but recently, its detractors say it’s sold out to the establishment, becoming too exclusive and/or nothing but a money-grab. While those claims may hold […]
This week, the world celebrates clowns for bringing joy and cheer to the masses, not the fear and loathing they sometimes inspire.
Mark Rober lights up the night sky with an eight-bit Super Mario. Watch how he not only did it, but how you, too, can make your very own.