“X-Fois Gens Chaise, or X-Times People Chair, is a site-specific piece created by German artist Angie Hiesl. During each performance, selected people between the ages of 60 and 70 float overhead on metal white chairs attached to the façade of various buildings.
As the performers sit, perched in the air, they conduct normal, everyday activities such as reading the newspaper, folding clothes, knitting, and having a snack—they just happen to be doing these activities from 20 feet off the ground!”
This brings modern art to a whole new level, literally.
“The future excites me so much, that is why I made this video. We need to be inspired by the immense possibilities of the future and work extremely hard to achieve them. We can do it, we just have to commit.
Help inspire others by sharing this video and tagging any interesting content on twitter with #TheFutureIsOurs.”
In these turbulent times, I often forget how truly amazing the world around me is. I also neglect to remember the wonderful things happening every day, on every corner of the earth.
Even if just for a minute, this video gave me a beautiful reminder about all this planet has to offer.
Take a few moments out of your day, and remember how valuable and precious your life is.
“To celebrate the launch of Heineken’s first ever global UEFA Champions League Trophy Tour, we set up a stunt to show the world what happens when football fans get closer to the Trophy than they’d ever imagined.
On match day fans checked into what they thought was their hotel room, but was actually a room full of hidden cameras… and an unexpected guest.”
The reactions of people in this video are absolutely priceless.
With the Trophy Tour, Heineken created a moment that will last in people’s memories forever, further connecting them to the brand.
“How do you convince youngsters not to text while driving? Prove them it is a very bad idea: oblige them to text while driving! See how Belgian learner drivers reacted when they were told they had to pass the mobile phone test in order to get their driver’s license.”
It’s nice to see a refreshing take on the battle against texting and driving.
The video, described as “Inspiration for all of the creative artists in the world” is like nothing you have ever seen. Imagine a mash-up of a scene from one of the “Saw” films, combined with a motivational speech from Tony Robbins.
The imagery, along with the narration create a beautiful short, with the message delivered in a truly innovative way.