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.
Karolina Sobecka's Wildlife is a mobile video installation, an animated tiger projected from a moving car.
The true story of John L. Black, Sr., a janitor and father of 11 children, is brought to life through animation by the Rauch Brothers.
Ray Bradbury: Story of a Writer interviews the iconic author about his life and creative process.
The Solar Dynamics Observatory's crisp images capture the rare event in stunning detail.
This visualization combines imagery from Hubble and other telescopes (and some "artistic license") to add depth to stunning images of the star-forming region S106.
All you need is a parking lot, a giant blue tarp, a skateboard, and a dreamy summer soundtrack.
A promotional film produced by the Coffee Brewing Institute in 1961
A short documentary from PBS looks at Reddit's multifaceted community.
An Echo Newsreel from the National Archives gives an overview of the geography, history, and politics of Afghanistan.
Behind the scenes at the New York City Ballet, where Marc Happel creates a new, Swarovski-encrusted look for the company's signature ballet.
Created sans CGI, The Speed of Light was produced using small portable video projectors.
The music video for A Ghost Train's "Chemin Vert" zips across five continents at roughly 1,000 mph.