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Filmmaker Justin Brooks took a trip to Brooklyn’s Dead Horse Bay on a foggy day and shot some moody, pretty footage. Dead Horse Bay, named for the waste produced by the glue factories that used to surround it, is polluted with garbage from an old, ruptured landfill. Some of the debris on the beach is […]

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If it’s true that the 1970s were the Golden Age of Porn in the U.S., then with the advent of the internet and the increase of porn piracy, the late 2000s have seen something of the Dark Age of porn. A new documentary premiering Friday night on Showtime, X-Rated: The Greatest Adult Movies of All-Time, […]

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The king of video remixing, Eclectic Method, has brought its chopped and screwed skills to the biggest movie of the year, Guardians Of The Galaxy. The comic sci-fi epic makes a nice fit for the remix considering it’s already iconic soundtrack and sample-ability of “I am Groot.” Electic Method manages to work Redbone’s Come and Get Your […]

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People are worried that Google Glass may be dead, but the idea of wearing a screen that beams images into your eye will live on in some way. Michael McAlpine has been working with a team at Princeton University to 3D-print contact lenses that are capable of displaying video, and together, they’ve developed a 5-layered prototype that actually works. […]

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Get your “my kid could paint that” jokes ready, because Aelita Andre, the 7-year-old child prodigy painter, just opened a gallery exhibition in New York on October 28. Andre hails from Australia and began painting as an infant. She showed her first work in a gallery when she was just 20 months old. The exhibition […]

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“She used to be famous before she started doing the crizzle,” Bucket says about Bailey, a former actress, in a video by Jeff Seal. Sweeping through the dilapidated building on Lafayette in Bed-Stuy, the video shows hallways filled with trash, rooms that were once bathrooms, now covered in bits of fallen ceiling and caved in walls. They’ve adjusted. […]

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If you enjoyed David Bowie and Mick Jagger “Dancing in the Street” without music, here is Mario Wienerroither’s latest “musicless musicvideo” of that famous Singing In The Rain number. See Gene Kelly slosh around puddles, swing off lamp posts while yammering to himself, and act in an otherwise erratic manner befit a maniac. Basically, it’s like when you get […]

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Remember the busy-work worksheets your math teacher assigned you in grade school? Well, if you want that tedious feeling back — without even a single gold star sticker as a reward — then electronics blogger Ken Shirriff has made a video just for you. Watch him “mine Bitcoin” with pen and paper. I decided to […]

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“Advertisers have been stealing graffiti tactics for years,” says long-time graffiti writer 2ESAE. SKI adds, “We’re not allowed to paint trains anymore. Who knew that years later… fucking Target could have a full car?” SKI is referring to the time when the MTA first let a brand wrap an ad entirely around a subway car in […]

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Thanks to Academy Award-nominated animator/filmmaker Don Hertzfeldt, the couch gag of last night’s season premiere of “The Simpsons” was a small, brilliant opus. The Simpson family travelled far into the future where Lisa and Bart’s forms became reminiscent of the aliens in Hertzfeldt’s Meaning Of Life. A cloud-creature made an appearance; its anus was not bleeding. The sequence then transitioned into splatters […]

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