Side to side, once was all, and in the burrow it went. The clitter-clatter, putt and hull, were all the noises sent, through skin and fur, as if it heard what came from up behind, the sifting dirt and what unearthed these links for all mankind.
Neil Maccormack – There’s more than meets the eye to an array of environments, concepts and characters, with many starting of in 3D, then getting the unique Neil Maccormack treatment.
Non-stop Transformers – Can you take 20 minutes of nothing but transformer battle action? I knew you could. Enjoy as the Autobots battle for Earth against the onslaught of the Decepticons. Of course, Optimus vs Bonecrusher will always be the best.
70 year old traffic jam – Caught between urban legend and local hearsay, the Chatillion Car Graveyard is the last of four traffic jams left from post-WWII Belgium.
Mine Trampolina – Not need to imagine giant trampolines suspended between the stony crags of an underground cavern. The first ‘Bounce Below’ is now located in Blaenau Ffestiniog, North Wales and open to the public.
Motion study – Justin Mezzall turns common objects into vector art set in motion. 28 objects that slide, flip, rotate, open, drip, drain and flicker for ultimate motion study satisfaction.
The Capitol – Dark days. Fortunately, the Capitol is there to light the way… or is it. Official site of Panem and the Hunger Games III trailer.
Thunderbirds – Sergeant Larry Reid Jr. is the official photographer of the United States Air Force Thunderbirds. This is a look at what he does.