In this video from NPR, learn about the billion bug highway that is above our heads and are all quite oblivious to. Did you know there are 3 billion insects passing over your head in a summer month? Credit: Benjamin Arthur, Robert Krulwich, Maggie Starbard, Ellen Webber
In this ‘Space Balloon’ video watch how a young boy and his father send a homemade spacecraft (a weather balloon) consisting of camera and an i-Phone, along with some insulation, up into the stratosphere to record the blackness of space. Incredible!
Take a trip down memory lane with this music video ‘Bostich’ by Swiss Electronica band Yello, released in 1980. Yello is better known for their single “Oh Yeah”, which became famous after being featured in Ferris Bueller’s Day Off.
Take a trip down Horror Lane. For all you serious horror fans out there, here is a serious look at some of the most groundbreaking and innovative horror films ever made. ‘The American Nightmare – The History of Horror’s Golden Age’ is incredibly graphic, disturbing and somewhat bleak and depressing, so consider yourselves warned. No hardcore [...]
Showing a series of inspiring, unusual and playful products, British branding and design guru Paul Bennett explains that design doesn’t have to be about grand gestures, but can solve small, universal and overlooked problems in this TED Talks video. Paul Bennett is the creative director at the influential design and innovation company Ideo.
Canadian abstract painter and sculptor, Claude Tousignant, was born in Montreal, Quebec in 1932. He is a world-renowned leading figure in modern art, especially through his paintings, always striving to get to the essence of art. He started his stylistic explorations in France during the early 50′s. In this video, you will see the exhibit [...]
The intertwining of science, art and technology: An animated and interactive installation titled ‘Der Mensch als Industriepalast’ (Man as Industrial Palace’) based on the poster of the same title by Fritz Kahn from 1927. Credits: Concept & Animation: Henning M. Lederer Sound-Design: David Indge Poster by Fritz Kahn: