Jeroen van den Bos and Davy Landman honor the computer scientist Alan Turing by recreating his calculating machine with LEGOs.
Art.sy's portrait of Chinese artist Cai Guo-Qiang explores his unique creative process.
A.V. Club's Pop Pilgrims series travels to Houston, Texas, the filmmaker's hometown, to check out some of the locations in his second film.
Caught Mapping, produced by Chevrolet in 1940, explores how roadmaps are made.
A short documentary from Etsy's Handmade Portraits series introduces David Sokosh, who restores antique watches.
A journalist reflects on growing up female in Pakistan, where some families resort to extreme measures to avoid having daughters.
Joerg Daiber's Little Big World series continues with a portrait of Seville's bull-fighting arena (warning: the animal is killed).
The 29-year-old photojournalist was killed in Syria in February, 2012. Now, a crowdfunding project is raising money for a book of his work.
The artist's 1937 sculpture commemorates the siege of Almadén, Spain, known for its mercury mines.
A dusty scrap of paper discovers an ocean between the pages of a book in this beautiful short film.
This surreal short video, finn., was created for a contest in Sweden called Pocket Cinema 2012.
Mickey Smith talks about his experience as a surf photographer in Dark Side of the Lens, the winner of the Action Sports category at the 2012 Vimeo Festival and Awards.
A cinematic short inspired by Mission Chinese Food, a restaurant in San Francisco and New York
Vimeo is nurturing the next generation of videomakers and promoting innovative work, like Vimeo Award Winner Symmetry.
A look at how early video game technology has inspired contemporary artists and musicians.
A 1930s educational film traces the origins of the U.S. flag through the centuries.
From Corn Flakes to Alka-Seltzer, here are some of the cheesy ads that ran on TV in the 1950s and 1960s.
Stunning cinematography and an edgy soundtrack helped this experimental video take home a Vimeo award.
Tom Lowe talks about the making of his stunning hour-long film, TimeScapes, a tribute to the beauty of the American Southwest.
Scott Belsky interviews Tony Fadell, winner of the Behance ALVA Award for his innovative work, at the 99U Conference.