Lusine – “Two Dots”

Cute, music video combining; acrylics, romance, animation and elementary algebra . These are a few of my favorite things.
File it under ball porn!

Britta Johnson (video director for Andrew Bird, among others) brings Lusines gorgeous new single Two Dots to life, illustrating the songs relationships-as-trigonometry analogy in an intricately animated video. In the clip, a pair of marbles—one blue, one yellow—engage in the timeless dance of seduction on a horizontal plain, mapping the ups and downs of a courtship through pencil-drawn geometric principles…

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Pacman dancing with the ladies – “Tetris” tutting (& more duets)

Phillip Chbeeb (aka Pacman) has graced out blog many times before with some of the sickest waves and isolations in the business. His latest video is a mix of tutting and Nintendo (!) with Arielle Coker; choreographed in his signature style. Pacman duets are the best!

Click here for more of his duet performances with the ladies!
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Sign Spinner Matt Doolan

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I love sign spinning, cos it’s like plank spinning, which in turn is like staff spinning. Except you have a plastic sign instead of some other linear object. 2D object spinning, I’m all about it. Throwable, contactable, spinnable, it’s all possible, and there’s even a kick up in there.

I still wonder if they always remember to point the sign in the right direction when they stop spinning….

D.menza contact meteor

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A meteor video from a while ago, but only recently on youtube. It could have been posted here before, my memory goes, now I’m getting old and all.

Anyway, innovative new meteor done in a laid back style. I personally know D.menza has more awesome cartwheel tricks he can do. Nice to see someone just off exploring on their own.

Also it’s awesome. 😀

Les Objets Volants – Transparences

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Everyone should know that Les Objects Volants are ridiculously innovative, creative and skilled (Hence AWESOME) but if you don’t, here is a video to cement that opinion. I am a huge fan of anything combining physics with juggling and I think this does that, with a twist of a new illusion created because of it. I love it, I wish I’d thought of it, I’m going to watch it again and all the other videos on their website: