This guy made a really awesome prank. He asked the audience if they thought his nose was broken because he just was punched in the face, and when he fold his nose, a cracking noise scared the hell out of these people. The reason? He was chewing a raw noodle. The impression and reaction of the people is just amazing and hilarious. I mean, nobody expects to hear that sound and when you do, you can only imagine the pain the other guy is suffering. Is something natural. Well done for this guy Roman Atwood. Great prank with lots of style.
This beautifully animated, and heart felt, short film about a little girl who visits the land of the dead, where she learns the true meaning of the Mexican holiday: Dia de los Muertos is a mesmerising representation of a great CGI work. In fact, it is so good it won the Student Academy Award Gold Medal in 2013. It was produced by Ashley Graham, Kate Reynolds, and Lindsey St. Pierre at Ringling College of Art and Design as their senior thesis. I hope this video can make you feel the greatness of this amazing Mexican tradition and let your heart be warmed with joy and enthusiasm, just like it did with ours.
This is a self-reflective short film that shows how daily activities have become technologically over matched and individuals have forgotten about face-to-face interaction. Everything is now digitalised and has to be shared on social networks, to receive an apparent likeability from people that most of the times we are not in touch with. What would happen if you would forget your mobile phone and analyse the people you live with in order to see how influencing this technology has become in our lives? We need a change now, remember that technology was invented to help us make things easy. I said “help us”, not “completely make things for us”. We are humans and we were made for socialise with others… in person preferably.