Suburban surrealism in “Late for meeting” animated short by L.A. based director David Lewandowski
Link to video
This is the VR Tenga demo, a sex simulator prototype made for an Oculus Rift game jam held in Japan.
It uses some basic software, the Oculus Rift virtual reality headset and Tenga, a Japanese masturbation toy.
The user is supposed to insert his penis into the Tenga, which is synchronized to the visual stimulation given by the headset, in this case an anime character giving a handjob.
More info here. Link to youtube video.
“Do communists have better sex?” directed by André Meier in 2006, is a documentary exploring the relationship between politics and sex, stating that, despite the west’s continuous efforts to intensify the desire of its citizens, communists do it better.
More info here. Link to video.
“Calm” by Shanghai based art collective MadeIn Company is an installation made of debris from construction sites, currently located at Vancouver’s outdoor exhibition space “Offsite“.
It is actually not made for people to walk on, rather than watching it slightly move by itself in a subtle wavy motion (watch video below and this news report)
Links to videos 1 & 2. via thisIsColossal.
Crucifix Surge Protector by Alexander Pincus. More pictures and info in Hometone.
Link to Amen I.
Unknown artist via Mopping is Stealing.
Hand-drawn story of corruption and greed.
Directed and produced by Berlin based multimedia studio Pfadfinderei for Moderat.
Illustrations by Bernado Maldonado Morales, Daavid Mörtl, Benedikt Rugar, Arne Jysch, Moritz Friedrich.
Via nerdcore. Link to video.
“The Now New Yorkers” directed by Casey Spooner and interviewd by Miguel Figueroa, for the 6th issue of candy magazine (previously posted here and here).
Link to video.
Another surreal tale from the land of the tsars: Vice‘s Ryan Duffy spends a day with Sergey Veremeenko, the guy who “owns pretty much the entire North of Russia.”
Via Blame It On The Voices. Link to video.