An eye, no three, past in front of the crack made by its last wood-splitting hit. There hadn’t been any of their kind pass through here in months, so it was about due. All we had to do now is wait. You usually don’t attack someone when their back is turned–it’s proper killing etiquette–but with these, once you saw the white of the nerve fibers between the metal spine, that’s when you jump out, jab your hand deep inside and pull out these links.
Leon Tukker – An incredible amount of work from student/freelance artist who has a particular talent for drawing intricate structures in space or on a distant planet.
Force Awakens Ultimate – Maybe you saw Trailer 3 for Star Wars Force Awakens, but did you see the ULTIMATE trailer that has the footage from all three? This, is that.
Quantum of Peace – An interactive art installation for the 70th anniversary of the end of WWII, using thousands of bullet shells, 70 pneumatic actuators and 5 transmission belts.
Kuksi – Sculptor and painter Kris Kuksi does absolute astounding work, but it’s his intricate sculptures that will completely blow your mind.
Darklight – If it starts out too slow, skip to 1:50 where the band of mountain bikers traverse the forest and hills at night, in multi-colored light.
LEGO Horror – The LEGO creations of Mihai Marius Mihu, that may creep you out slightly, or give you ideas to frighten the neighbors later this month.
Network – Jeff Goins takes a look at the unfair truth about why creative people succeed. Spoiler: Network.
Breakthrough – An interactive WebGL experience looking into the future and science, melding man with machine, enhancing humanity and other oddities.
Apparition – Stealing Sheep gets down with what seems to start off folksy, but quickly changes in this single shot video from Douglas Wilson.