1. Neo Geo - Rain (Uncensored)


    from Geo Added 53.1K 139 6

    Hi, Gang. Made a new track and a new video. I've hijacked half of tumblr and youtube plus some personal footage for the occasion. Not sure if this is completely youtube safe, and definitely a no go if you have epilepsy. Enjoy. This is a song about heartache, silly as it may seem. Also this is my first upload to Vimeo. So if you're new to the circus, hang on, you're in for a hell of a ride down the road. My main activity is still on my youtube channel, http://youtube.com/neogeodk but I will be sharing more here in the future, including my upcoming 37 minute documentary music film "Folds" sometime in 2014.

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    • 17 Things You Should Do in Your Veronas


      from Native Shoes Added

      The Verona takes you on a spirit quest, uncovers romance and even co-pilots your Countach… this is just the tip of the proverbial iceberg. Keep it lite.

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      • 48hour Videomarathon contest "Syndebukk" ("Scapegoat")


        from Anders Øvergaard Added 2,892 37 21

        I participated in a videomarathon contest in Norway, where I had to create a whole short film in only 48 hours. The short had to be based on a theme, that was given Friday 2 October, and the final result had to be delivered on a DVD Sunday 4 October. The theme for this contest was "Syndebukk" ("Scapegoat"). I thought that the idea and the brainstorming process was the most important part of the production, so I used Friday to create film-ideas based on the given theme. Then I used Saturday to shoot the film, and night to Sunday, to edit it. Hope you like it :)

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        • The Secret Handshake Interviews: Jon Contino Part 1


          from Bright Bright Great Added

          The Secret Handshake headed to Weapons of Mass Creation Fest 2013, where we caught up with Jon Contino (@joncontino) who gives advice about maturing your practice over time. More Information: http://www.learnthesecrethandshake.com @secrethndshk Filmed with: • Canon 6D 24-105mm F/4 L IS USM • Sennheiser G3 Wireless Lav

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          • Insert Stitches in Face


            from Radthanael Added 891 23 12

            I had a little run-in with a door, a hospital, and a needle and thread yesterday.

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            • Preaching Goofs


              from The Gospel Coalition Added 22.3K 20 0

              Three ministers talk about their worst preaching mistakes and how God uses fallen pastors. In this video: Matt Chandler, Mark Dever, James MacDonald Permalink: http://thegospelcoalition.org/resources/a/preaching_goofs

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              • God of the Broken - Sermon Illustration - Christian Videos


                from Churpedia.Com Added 1,857 19 2

                It's easy to see our mistakes as the thing separating us from God but what if our brokenness is actually where God wants to meet us? This is a portrait of grace unlike any other. Produced by Dan Stevers http://churpedia.com/Sermon_Illustrations_g67-God_of_the_Broken_p2245.html

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                • Dukoupil Painting With Soap Bubble 2013


                  from Kopenhagen Added 7,552 18 1

                  Courtesy Galleri Susanne Ottesen In 1992-93 Jiri Georg Dokoupil begins a series of so-called "Soap-Bubble Paintings", which are painted by letting soap-bubbles mixed with colour or ink burst on primed canvas. The soap-bubble series is one of several techniques, other examples are the "Soot Paintings", "Tire-Paintings" and "Whip Pictures", through which Dokoupil seeks to transgress conventional approaches to making pictures and reinvent painterly expressivity. The soap-bubbles are connected to several fundamental themes in Dokoupil's work: Weightlessness, actions, and transience. In the exhibition “Mistakes” the soap-bubble technique has been reintroduced, but in contrast to the earlier works now leading to a totally different aesthetics. The colour scheme is for example radically different. The new paintings are based on pearlescent paints normally used for coating expensive cars, and this gives the soap-bubbles a metallic, dense shine that literally glows in the dark. Futhermore the colours are iridescent so that they appear to change as soon as the angle of view changes. A blue soap-bubble will for instance seem light green when viewed from the side. Thus the pictures are perceptually in constant transformation. Because of the black-painted background, the invididual soap-bubbles are far more autonomous as forms than in the earlier works. They feel heavy and spatial, and give the impression of sculptural volumes you could potentially hold in your own hands. The bubbles vary from semi-transparent membranes to fossilized surfaces. The dark background behind the bubbles has an infinite depth reminding of images of the deep ocean, photographic close-ups, or the space within the body. The new paintings no longer seem in direct contact with abstract expressionism. If they are connected to earlier art it is perhaps primarily to artists such as Matisse, Warhol and Klein, and the Renaissance. Jiri Georg Dokoupil (b. 1954 in the former Czechoslovakia) lives and works in Madrid, Berlin, Prague and Santa Cruz de Tenerife. He has since the early 1980's been exhibited widely in Europe and USA, and is represented in art institutions such as Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin; Neues Museum, Weimar; Horsens Kunstmuseum, Horsens; Centre Pompidou, Paris; Museum Boymans van Beuningen, Rotterdam, and Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid.

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                  • Professionals At Work...


                    from Richard Amor Allan Added 502 17 5

                    Out-takes from the making of Staffordshire University Media Centre's new series of Induction videos. Appearances from: Liz Knight, Stuart Hadley, Richard Allan, Chris Leese, Tom Chimiak, Alex Mallender and Richard Mortimer.

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                    • Taking Chances


                      from Danielle Blumer Added 437 13 1

                      This is a stop-motion I made for my advertisement class and my product was Wite-Out. Canon 5D Mark ii 50mm 1.2

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