In the spirit of our Friday Fauna series, here is a music video for Johnny Neon's catchy track "Hearts."
We Are All Radioactive, a forthcoming documentary series, tells the story of one seaside community's efforts to rebuild in the wake of the 2011 disaster.
Learn how to make the spicy Indian tea drink in under three minutes in this "video recipe" from documentary filmmaker Eric Slatkin.
Megan Paska describes the evolution of urban beekeeping in a sun-saturated documentary from the Made by Hand series.
NASA satellite images map the city's expansion across the Nevada desert from 1972 to 2010.
Divers draws its inspiration from Busby Berkeley's classic films from the 1930s, with a modern, digitally animated twist.
A promotional video for the Quintin Co. skate company in Los Angeles takes the format to new heights.
PBS's Off Book series investigates the evolution of the Internet's favorite meme-making medium.
This episode of Etsy's Handmade Portraits series tells the story of two friends in Germany who have been making snowboards and longboards since 1983.
NASA has been tracking a major sunspot, Active Region 1429, which released this X5.4 flare on March 6.
The cheetah-inspired robot sets a new world record with a top speed of 18 mph.
People grow feathers and dissolve into grains of sand in Andrew Huang's Solipsist.
A group of L.A. filmmakers escape the city by spending an evening under the stars in the California desert.
The British WWII propaganda poster languished in obscurity for decades before it resurfaced in Barter Books. This is their brief history of the famous design.
Joerg Daiber's travel video shrinks Rangoon, Mandalay, and the country's green hills and farms with a tilt-shift effect.
LoopdeLoop, a monthly contest in Melbourne, Australia, challenges animators to make short, engaging videos that loop. Here, Scott Benson's Opposites tells a dark tale of a little band on the move. Watch more loops after the jump...
In an excerpt from This Space Available, Jordan Seiler's Public Ad Campaign mobilizes volunteers to whitewash the advertising taking over public spaces.
The director of This Space Available discusses advertising's takeover of urban space and how activists, street artists, and cities are taking it back.
Float through the hills, parks, and streets of San Francisco on the rotors of a remote-control helicopter
The new music video for Josh Ritter's "Love Is Making Its Way Back Home" is a gorgeous, handmade animated collage.