Gustaf Rosell with ball body throws, bounce, and balance combinations. This zen master is throwing 7 up pirouettes from a cold start directly to a collect with the last ball landing in an elbow balance. His technique is not only high in a transitional sense of catching and throwing with precision but he has figured out how to make incredibly accurate bounce with balls off of his body. Sending them off different sides of the elbows, behind the neck, and performing elbow bounces synch with drops from the same side hand to backwards leg catches. He has really developed his own style of working where it looks like no one else!
My mate Brett doing some sweet double staff contact, way better than me.
He might look like a bit of a hippy in a field, but he’s also doing some post-grad neuroscience stuff. How about those apples?
Nice video making use of the air current from a big vent in the ground. Check the youtube link for some details in Spanish.
Simply amazing work by our friend Tommaso Panagrosso. We’ve already post his act, but this clip is really better.
One ball can be a world. Thank you Tommaso for showing us how deep it could be.
Visual Juggling Project is a succession of suggestions on object motion & body language, highlighting the graphic side of the discipline. It is a collaboration of 12 international jugglers & manipulators, with various props, including; balls, clubs, rings, poi, devilstick & frisbee. It has been made from the shared reflections, explorations & experiences of those major stakeholders on the dynamic relationships between tech & flow. This 80 Minutes, Hi Definition video (with 19 chapters) is the one to get to become aware of the potential of this unexplored playground.
More info and available to buy from: VisualJuggling.com
Rob (Tito) Cartwright is an amazing slack liner who street performs near traffic lights. Born in Australia, he has been performing in Chile for many years as a clown. His art is beautiful and skillful, it’s no surprise they made a documentary about him!
Pilolip from France doing some interesting new cigar box manipulation that I’m sure Ryan will love. Takin’ the skills and techniques of CJ and applying them to oldschool props. Win.
Manipulation Research Laboratory presents: More Fun Than Visiting a Zoo – Volume 3 – Remix
Performed by: Wesley Jefferson Peden & Jay Nathan Gilligan
489 tricks! 1 hour main feature plus 1 hour of bonus tricks! Available now for 10€ from
45 minutes of juggling! 25 minutes of bonus tricks!! Available now for 15€
Synthetic is a film displaying the new work of Wes Peden. The material was inspired, in a concrete way, by the strength of each prop and how to best take advantage of these qualities. The general aesthetic of the juggling was particularly influences by asymmetry, clarity, and trick shape.
The video is 45 minutes long and comes with an additional 25 minutes of bonus tricks and remixes. inside you will find 3 club slapping sequences, the coolest 5 ball pirouette Wes has ever done, 25 new ring patterns, a German 6 ball piece, 3 balls and a sweater, THE THROWING AWAY SECTION, the holy club/cuphead/ball part, site specific head rolls, flipping forehead balances, the 2012 five club routine, and so very much many more!
This is a pay for download product. Grab it here!