John Coffer, a tintype photographer, has spent the past 25 years living a Thoreauvian existence in a cabin in New York.
A hilarious promotional viral video for Social Media Week imagines millennials as senior citizens in the year 2062 as they remember their glory days.
A training drill at a Japanese zoo uses a life-size papier-mâché rhinoceros to simulate an animal escape and rescue.
This episode of Green TV's series about global warming and natural disasters covers the freeze in Europe, flood and fires in Australia, and methods for predicting dangerous weather.
A meticulously recorded collection of sounds ranges from snow falling to eggs frying.
Chong Gon Byun, a multimedia artist in Brooklyn, shares an intimate look at his home, which is packed with art and whimsical objects, in the series This Must Be the Place.
Preston Kanak's travel diary of a week in Montana includes gorgeous DSLR cinematography and time-lapse sequences.
Bob Chisholm has been taking photographs for decades, but didn't display them until a 2011 show at The Popular Workshop gallery in San Francisco.
Meet the folks who've worked at New York's Prime Burger for decades in a short documentary from the series This Must Be the Place
Astronaut Don Pettit demonstrates how water drops are attracted to a charged needle in the absence of gravity.
A documentary about the national soap box derby of 1936, sponsored by an assortment of newspapers and General Motors, in Akron, Ohio
In The Wolf I Used to Be... a wild animal dreams of joining society, only to discover that he hates cubicle life.
This episode of Etsy's Handmade Portraits series profiles an artist who finds inspiration in the stories of strangers trying to reconnect online.
A husband and wife fight over the wife's decision to keep her job and her name.
A profile of video artist Hunter Longe from The Popular Workshop, a hybrid gallery and creative agency in San Francisco, directed by Cole Schreiber
Espen Rasmussen's Transit series documents displaced people around the world. Here he tells the story of 17-year-old Rahman, an illegal immigrant from Iran hiding in Norway.
As a design student, Ryan Perera is no stranger to procrastination, so he set out to create this helpful animation.
An entrancing documentary about Yoshi Masuda, who shares his love of coffee and vintage records with survivors of the disaster
Three Little Kittens, an educational film for kids, follows three newborn kittens through life on a farm.
Inspired by masked rituals and mirror neurons, Karolina Sobecka's installation blends the real and the virtual.