Nick Khoo dedicates this video to "all those jerks who cut me off on the road ... you know who you are."
La Mer de Pianos, or The Sea of Pianos, is a meditative portrait of Marc Manceaux, who has spent the past 28 years working in his piano shop in Paris
Chapter nine of the dance film Girl Walk // All Day culminates in the girl crashing a parade for a festive, eclectic dance party
Murmansk in Motion features the frozen landscapes of the Russian port city, the largest city north of the Arctic Circle
The Perennial Plate, a series about sustainable eating created by Daniel Klein and Mirra Fine, takes a look at the wealth of food that grocery stores throw out every day.
Oh Yeah Wow's music video for All India Radio consists of gorgeous long-exposure photographs of hand-drawn shapes.
The Milwaukee County Zoo has a novel approach to keeping its bored primates engaged and active: iPads
A Kodak commercial from the sixties features its Instamatic camera and Flashcube technology -- four flash bulbs in one, to make party photography a snap.
"Fun's more fun, when you save it in pictures!" goes the theme song of this 1959 ad for Kodak's easy-to-use consumer cameras
Yak Films documents street dance around the world, and here they take one track, Ta-ku's version of the Inspector Gadget theme, and shoot four styles of dance -- hip hop, popping, krumping and toprock / house. Click through for the rest of the videos.
This montage of cameos features 25 actors before they were household names, including Ryan Gosling, Natalie Portman, Seth Rogen, and more
John and Richard Ramsey revisit their old VHS home videos from childhood, adding their own pitch-perfect DVD-style voiceover. Click through for two more videos.
Abandoning a successful business career, Kien Lam quit his job and spent a year traveling around the world, shooting stunning time-lapse videos in 17 countries.
Divers in Finland create a surrealist scene under the ice of Lake Saarijärvi.
This music video faithfully recreates a 1979 live recording of Joy Division's "Transmission" with Playmobil figures.
Electric Literature embraces digital media in publishing and produces web videos inspired by the short stories in its magazine. Here, Kim Young Ha brings a single sentence from Kevin Brockmeier's "A Fable for the Living" to life.
Inspired by the earliest animation techniques, Katy Beveridge designed cutout patterns for bicycle wheels that, when recorded on video at 25 frames per second, create an illusion of movement
Athan Merrick and Nicolas Teichrob created Parallels in just seven days, blending stunning footage with inventive editing for a surprisingly polished result
In Burning Man: Rites Of Passage - Night, Ahmed ElHusseiny captures rare scenes from the festival at night
In Burning Man: Rites Of Passage - Day, Ahmed ElHusseiny braved the heat and dust of the Black Rock Desert in Nevada with a DSLR to capture dreamy scenes from the festival