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.
Kim Pimmel, a software designer and filmmaker, explores the abstract visual properties of ferrofluid through stop-motion photography in his Compressed series.
Engineers at the University of Pennsylvania demonstrate the agility of their autonomous robots in this video by Kurtis Sensenig.
PlusOne, a creative agency in Amsterdam, brings maps and works of art from The Amsterdam Museum to life with 3-D digital animation techniques.
Michel Hazanavicius demonstrates how to tell a good story, sans dialogue.
Happy Leap Day! A short animated video explains the astronomy and history behind leap years.
Temporal Distortion is a stunning time-lapse video of the Milky Way over South Dakota, Utah, Wisconsin, and Colorado.
A newspaper reveals how images were scanned and sent electronically via telephone lines in the 1930s.
A hilarious viral video featuring the Upper Austrian Youth Orchestra demonstrates the "Cyber Conductor," featuring play, pause, rewind, and countless other functionalities.
Filtering through a pinhole in a window shade, the urban landscape of Paris is reproduced on the walls of a darkened apartment.
The iconic sci-fi short went on to inspire countless films, including Martin Scorsese's Hugo.
From tiny tropical beaches to micro g-go dancers, The City of Samba captures the color and energy of Brazil's famous celebration.
Inspirations, a meticulously crafted 3D animation, reveals a universe of wonderful things based on imagery in M.C. Escher's art.
Pickin' & Trimmin' features a classic barber shop in Drexel, North Carolina, and the men who have been meeting there to play bluegrass music, tell stories, and get an occasional haircut, for decades.