He already blew our minds with his recut of Frozen as a horror movie, and now YouTuber Bobby Burns has imagined what The Incredibles would look like if it had been created by Christopher Nolan.
It really is amazing what clever editing and music can do. Now I really want to see this movie.
Head after the break to watch it.
Normally, economic explanations about income equality or mobility come in the form of graphs or charts. Instead, Brookings Institution economist Richard Reeves has used LEGO to show how your upward mobility can vary due to several factors including race, education, and marriage status.
There’s something about the use of the LEGO that bought this into a different perspective for me. It’s a simple trick, but it’s effective.
Check out the video after the break.
Artist Joey Chou has taken all that is right in the world and combined it in one amazing picture. What you see before you is Wonder Woman wielding a dual-bladed lightsaber while riding a two-headed unicorn-pegasus. That wasn’t enough, so he also had that unicorn-pegasus shoot lighting from its horns while striding across a rainbow. Words are simply not enough to describe this wonder.
While I’m always impressed by papercrafting and those who are patient enough to do it, artist Akira Nagaya takes the skill to a whole other level. He uses Post-its as his canvas and cuts detailed scenes and characters from anime series into the tiny papers. He’s tackled familiar faces such as Totoro and Pikachu, and all of his creations are enchanting.
See more of Nagaya’s impressive art after the break.
The world of Westeros in Game of Thrones is a stunning place. Even though they film the television series in plenty of stunning locations, visual effects are necessary to populate the army and to add the sweeping backgrounds. Rodeo FX won an Emmy for Outstanding Special and Visual Effects work done on season four of the series, and they put together a reel showing off their skills. It’s absolutely amazing to see how much of the show is digital.
Watch the reel after the break.
It is horribly common for geek girls to be treated by geek guys as phonies. They get questioned, and hit on, and are treated pretty poorly in general. It’s enough to make the calmest geek girl rage. But what if the tables were turned? What if the geek girls were the obnoxious ones questioning supposedly fake geek guys?
See the video after the break.
This selfie captures the cast of Star Trek: The Next Generation at Wizard World Chicago Comic Con. Patrick Stewart, Brent Spiner, Jonathan Frakes, Gates McFadden, Marina Sirtis, and Michael Dorn were all snapped in this selfie with Levar Burton. He posted it on his twitter and, wait just one minute. How did a grumpy-looking William Shatner get into this picture? Clearly, Captain Kirk has been in a transporter malfunction of some kind that has caused this anomaly.
Don’t recognize everyone? See a labelled picture after the break.