Violinist dubs Super Mario Brothers game

24 06 2010


Zen Magnets

24 06 2010

“Zen Magnets are small but curiously strong rare earth super-magnets, 5mm in diameter. How powerful? 8 Times more powerful than the ceramic magnets driving your speakers. 30 Times more powerful than the average fridge magnet.

Pull them into a chain, fold them into a fabric, and meld them into limitless shapes: both abstract and geometric, flat or 3D. Use them when you need to massage your mind, practice your patience, relieve some boredom or alleviate some stress.

Head feeling a bit dull? Maybe your brain just needs to get up and stretch a bit. You know, give it some exercise, get the blood flowing; make that gray matter in your skull stronger, faster. If allowed, Zen magnets can be a great workout for both hemispheres of your brain: The left brain – directing the right hand – that is responsible for logic, math and language. The right brain – controlling the left hand – that is responsible for spatial abilities, creativity and visualization. With total creative control, Zen magnets are more than the average puzzle advent, they are an enjoyable means to actual mental development.”

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Vincent Van Gogh portrait Made out of Polo Shirts

3 06 2010

Japanese apparel maker Onward Kashiyama had staffers arrange 2,700 polo shirts in 24 colors into a portrait of Vincent Van Gogh:

Onward Kashiyama

Peter Bull (Norwegian Recycling) Musical Mashups

20 05 2010

To some, these mashups may be just a clamoring cacophony to your ears, but to others they are pure imaginative and magnificent musical masterpieces! Take a listen and let me know which side of the sound spectrum you rest on…


Recycled Romance:

Soul of Fireflies:

Viva La Viral:


Acoustic Alchemy:

Wait for the World’s Greatest:


9 Songs to Save the World:


How 6 Songs Collide:


Sorry for I Mashed You:


No Taylor, No Scar:

Ben is Chasing Some Beautiful Girls:

For more about Peter Bull and his mashups, check out these followings links:………

Street Fighter: Legacy

6 05 2010

‘Street Fighter-Legacy’ a Streetlight Films production, co-directed by Joey Ansah and Owen Trevor, produced by Jacqueline Quella and stars Jon Foo as Ryu and Christian Howard as Ken.

‘StreetFighter-Legacy’ a liveaction short film fan project, based on the popular Capcom gaming franchise: Street Fighter. Officially endorsed by Capcom

StreetFighter Legacy has been a labour of love and passion project for its creator, Joey Ansah, who not only conceived and pitched the project, but also co-directed, co-wrote and choreographed it, alongside cameo’ing in the film. Collaborating, creative partner and long time friend Christian Howard was part of the project from day one, co-writing the script and story elements, as well as further down the line, storyboarding the film, being assistant fight choreographer and most importantly playing Ken Masters.

Streetlight repped Australian Director Owen Trevor came onboard to co-direct the film. His experience and style carried forward from shooting on 3 series of the acclaimed ‘Top Gear’ have really been an asset to the project and given it a strong visual flair.

Promotional Photography by Theo Chalmers

– Behind scenes action:

Domestic Transformer

6 05 2010

In Hong Kong, because of the space, apartments are small and expensive. Gary Chang, an architect, decided to design a 344 sq. ft. apartment to be able to change into 24 different designs, all by just sliding panels and walls. He calls this the ‘Domestic Transformer.’

– By Gary Chang

Revo Energy

6 05 2010

-Commercial by Revo Energy Drink