Yesterday, Mark posted a first-person video shot by a skydiver who fell three miles without a chute and lived. A few years ago, my old friend Rodney Ascher made a fantastic short film about a similar event during WWII:
"Triumph of Victory" is a reenactment of a WWII airman's similar fall. I ballparked the amount of time he'd've spent airborne based on a terminal velocity equation I found online. Shot in a little studio in Bernal Heights, San Francisco, and starring Sean Kelly of the late, lamented Spanganga art space.
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We all know those gifts we get “for the kids,” the ones that parents are secretly more excited to open. Drones are a perfect example, but there’s a model out there that really doubles down on that appeal. Introducing the Space Fighter Building Block Drones, a series of space fighter drones that are a blast […]
The hardest part of web design can be nailing down the look. These days, even non-designers can easily spot a stale stock photo or lazily-made icon. What’s the solution? No matter what kind of artist you are, it’s always a good idea to widen your palette. And with more than a million vector images to […]