This orthodontics practice in the states has a really cool way of keeping the customers relaxed. This is one Dentist that I would have no fear of going to see.
kinchan-no-kasoutaisho = Kinchan’s Costume Contest.
(Kinchan and Katori Shingo’s All Japan Costume Grand Prix) is a semi-annual show on NTV in which various amateur groups (or solo artists) perform short skits, which are rated by a panel of judges. Especially in recent years, many of the skits have revolved around clever methods of “faking” cinematic special effects on a live stage. The most famous of these skits, and the most successful at “fake special effects” was a skit which is widely known as “Matrix ping pong”.
From the same strange Japanese TV show that brought us Matrix Ping Pong, this is a new clip of an amazing timestretched food fight in a restaurant. Check the rewind!
This person has used what appears to be the entire house, and some ingenious ideas in his Rube Goldberg Machine.
Highlights for me are the checkmate, and the phonecall.
Rhythmic Gymnast Irina Kazakova has some interesting body waves, some good (but weird looking) moves and a spinal column that seems non existent.
I’m really happy to have the Parallel scene finally online. This montage of old and new styles is the final segment of the Detours DVD, and makes a clear statement about invention, innovation and the notion of ”creation” in contemporary performance.
check it out!
YouTube – Enrico Rastelli
7 minutes of Rastelli. Old old footage….in the opinion of many, still the greatest juggler who ever lived.
Juggling, Balance, bodyrolling, acro, twirling a stick on his feet and all kinds of manipulation.
Be jaw droppingly amazed. A predecessor of Brunn, Rastelli got SKILLZ. Rastelli sadly died in 1931, aged only 34. Info on Rastelli at Juggling hall of Fame.
This clips is thanks to Peter Bone, incredible high numbers juggler – 18 catches of 11 balls and a flash of 13 balls and he calls himself an Amateur! We should blog him too.
The same trick was being “pimped” Japanese TV style?
Humans are ok, but this beluga whale has got the real skills:
Finally: can they get one ring through another?
A how-to (for humans) from a guy making a bubble ring machine: How to