Immer am Wochenende (Bleiben wir realistisch: soweit möglich.) gibt es hier einen Sammelpost mit allem, was es nicht zu einem eigenen Artikel gebracht hat. Das ist mal mehr, mal weniger. Mal gucken, wie’s klappt.
Das ist jetzt so oft bei mir hochgeploppt und ich hab’s so oft weggeklickt, bis ich es doch mal geguckt hab. Meine Fresse!
Today I ask what is beauty?
Look how fast its definition evolves. Examine the never-ending yet ever changing pressures on women to conform. A CNN commission.
Ever since he was a kid, David Aguilar was obsessed with Lego. He spent his childhood building cars, planes, helicopters, and eventually, his own prosthetic. Born with a deformed arm, the self-named “Hand Solo” decided to take his Lego-building skills to the next level. At age 18, he perfected his designs with the MK7, a prosthetic arm with the ability to bend and pick up objects with a pincer-like grip. Now, he’s the coolest kid on the block.
Aber auch nur ganz leicht übertrieben.
When an animal is in distress in the wild, who you gonna call? In Kenya, Animal Rights Reserved is on the job. The dedicated team of veterinarians and anti-poaching specialists get dispatched across the country to help animals in the wild. Whether there’s a sick zebra or a lost lion, the team of first responders is there, ready to act.
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We took a telescope around the streets of Los Angeles to give strangers an up-close look at a familiar object; a new view of the moon.
„The Papermaker“ is a short documentary about one of the last handcrafting papermakers in Europe and his great love for paper. Gangolf Ulbricht makes unique tree- free papers by hand. For international artists, conservators, photographers, printers and many more. He learned his uniqe craft in Germany, Japan, France and England. In this short film we see him producing his fine paper in his basement studio in the Arthouse Bethanien in Berlin-Kreuzberg. He talks about his love and dedication for this craft – and it ?s future. Gangolf has worked for a number of known artists like: Jenny Holzer, Louise Bourgeois, Guenther Uecker, Jonathan Meese, Damien Hirst, Christiane Baumgartner, Matthias Weischer and many more.
In the 1930s, brothers Adolf and Rudolph Dassler made the most kickass kicks throughout the land. Business began to take off once Jesse Owens won four gold medals at the 1936 Olympics while wearing Dassler sneakers. But with great success brought great competition. Soon, sibling rivalry split the brothers and their company apart, with each creating their own line of shoes. Today, Adidas and Puma continue to be leaders within the shoe industry, while brothers Adolf and Rudolph lie buried at opposite ends of a soccer field as their feud continues on into eternity.
Two guys are forever hostages.
‚Clunk‘ is a minimal self initiated series of experimental walk cycles using three squares.
Visual and Audio by Kevin McGloughlin.
In a city where everyone’s got an angle, how does you survive? After an NYC first-timer befriends a savvy street girl on the train, she takes him on a fantastical ride through all the city’s pitfalls. But nothing’s free in this town, so tighten up your hustle or you might just get hustled yourself.
„Ordinary Tribe“ tells the story of a voodoo spirit who enters a writer’s room to steal from him the necklace of Mawu, the God of Gods.
„Fire releases the spirit. Water cleanses it.“ – Pohaku
Oahu native Tom Pohaku Stone shares the journey that led him to revive the ancient Hawaiian tradition of hand-shaping surfboards from wood.
You might not know his face, but you’ve seen his work. With over 150 movie and TV credits to his name, Doug Jones has been every creature, monster and villain known to Hollywood. From the Amphibian Man in “The Shape of Water,” the Silver Surfer in “Fantastic Four” to the Thin Clown in “Batman Returns,” Jones has been spicing up your movie-watching experience for the past three decades.
Rare family photos reveal Bruce Lee’s inner life, discipline, and distaste for racial stereotypes