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If Harry Main was a bomb he’d be nuclear. The two wheeled genie from Scouseland recently dropped his latest BMX edit on an eager mob of Youtube viewers, blowing away seasoned fans and fellow pros in the process and helping to cement his reputation as one of Europe’s greatest riders of all time. - Throughout the video, Harry, who rides for Nike 6.0, pulls countless unreal tricks out the bag, like a tattooed version of Paul Daniels. The much adored Liverpudlian has been developing his second VX edit for quite sometime now, leading to near fever pitch anticipation amongst his legions, hungry for more after his first. He certainly did not disappoint. - Harry Main’s 2012 VX 2 edit was filmed at Rampwork and Creation Skate Park in the U.K. The two minutes and twenty-two seconds of footage has already notched up almost 120,000 views in under two days. - Words By A.L.
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Street Acrobats - Union Square, New York City Wow, are these guys still there? If so, I definitely need to book the first flight to New York :-) These street-acrobats have a great show! Related Tweets: Extreme sports are what these sailors live for, what is more extreme than 40 knots on an AC72? http://t.co/D7avDpNxkY
Un clip en stop-motion réalisé à partir de 960 vinyles Même si la popularisation du numérique a été synonyme d’une forte baisse des ventes de vinyles et de CD, on constate parfois avec grand étonnement que les vieux formats inspirent toujours autant les artistes de notre époque. Ces derniers temps, on aura pu voir entre autres des vieux CD reconvertis en sculptures animales et des animations réalisées à partir de vinyles .
If you’ve enjoyed the game Portal in the past, you understand the allure of being able to open wormholes in space. Filmmaker Jason Craft decided he wanted to recreate that experience with his goofy friends so he created a CG movie that is on par with anything you can see at the theatre these days. His short, Portal: Terminal Velocity , shows us what would happen if a bunch of dudes had a gun that could instantly transport you through space and time. The video is pretty amazing and even more amazing is their “working” portal gun. Sadly, it too isn’t real:
Imagine Dirty Harry but more violent and with robots.
Epic Frisbee Trick Shots These Frisbee trickshots are truly amazing! I never knew frisbeeing could be so exciting. This is ultimate control!
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June 27, 2011 7:00pm