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“Fake Banksy” Sells Out – The Ultimate Art Prank

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After the real Banksy manages to sell only 3 paintings in a day. "Fake Banksy" sells out in an hour. On October 13, the infamous street artist Banksy attempted to sell $60 canvases (worth tens-of-thousands of dolla...

Neil Hilborn – “OCD” Poetry Reading, Rustbelt 2013

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This incredibly touching and powerful poetry performance by Neil Hilborn illustrates the juxtaposition of love and obsessive compulsive disorder from which he suffers. It was recorded during Individual Finals at the 2...

Yay or Nay: Are Videogames Art? by CollegeHumor Video

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Are video games art? What is art? Can you attach a kinetic to a Picasso? College Humor enlightens and makes light of the the artistic merits of first-person-shooters.

Points – The most advanced directional sign on Earth

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Points is an interactive street sign with a menu that updates during different times of day and with different topics. It's a great concept created by BreakfastNY. If they can program it to point to the nearest clean ...


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Artists Quayola & Sinigaglia have created a kind of digital snake as a part of an audiovisual art installation commissioned by Nike. The animation and sound design make the "thing" seem almost alive. It's creepy, magi...


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Wille Witte has created a visual puzzle in SCREENGRAB. You'll be scratching your head and asking yourself what is real and what is just a screengrab.

Paint Your Teeth – An Introduction to the Tokyo Underground

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PAINT YOUR TEETH is a live event that celebrates the shocking and bizarre underground art scene in Tokyo. This short documentary explores that scene. It's weird, wild and inspiring. Viewer discretion is advised. ...


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Finally an interactive art exhibit that allows you to act like Godzilla. Thank you Bego M Santiago for making our dreams come true.

The Art of Harvey Kurtzman

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Cartoonist Harvey Kurtzman (1924-1993) founded the satirical MAD magazine in 1952 and forever altered the way young readers experienced the media and consumer culture around them. This documentary features his artwork...

Sarah DiNardo. Tape Artist.

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Sarah DiNardo makes intricate art structures from rolls of adhesive tape. Her creations are tactile and beautiful. Gnarly Bay Productions has created a visually stunning document of a fascinating artist and her pr...

STORYBOARD: The Fine Art of Coffee Portraiture

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There are a lot of artistic baristas out there making cool designs in your latte's foam, but few if any have taken it to the level Mike Breach has. He may be the first true coffee artist. Breach uses coffee and milk ...

Global Street Art Episode 1 – Egypt – Cairo SprayCan Rebels – Art in the Streets – MOCAtv

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MOCATV takes a look at the street art revolution that has occurred in Egypt alongside that countries political revolution. This vital, evolving art from has become an important component in Egypt's creative resistance...

HISTORY OF FILM in a Minute – A Mary Doodles Speed Drawing

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The history of film in a one minute doodle. This is a great look at the evolution of the moving image in one quick hand drawn burst.

Tobias Hutzler – BALANCE

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Maedir Eugster is an artist/performer with Rigolo Swiss Nouveau Cirque. He's also a master of balance. In Director Tobias Hutzler's film he creates a sculpture with sticks and a feather that is held together only by...

“Rap Quotes” Street Art Project by Jay Shells

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Part prank, part art installation, part public service announcement – Artist Jay Shells is on a mission to let the world know where famous hip-hop lyrics meet the real world. It's his gift to hip-hop fans who might n...

Stop Motion Chalk Art: TETRIS

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Artist Chris Carlson has created an incredible and fairly obsessive Tetris animation on a curved wall with chalk. It's amazing.

Nightingales in December

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This animation by Theodore Ushev is unlike anything we've seen before. Figures of chalk, paint and other media mix and transform at break-neck speed, telling a story imprisonment and escape. It's visually stunning.

Life Drawing at The Book Club

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By using every easel in a drawing class filmmakers Tom Wrigglesworth & Matt Robinson bring an unseen model to life. You have to see it to appreciate how original and well executed their concept really is.

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