Following the NYPD’s decision to ban dancers from subway trains, filmmaker Scott Carthy decided for posterity’s sake to shoot a video of Bronx’s W.A.F.F.L.E crew as they perform for the last time on a train back in July.
With Kobe Bryant surpassing Michael Jordan’s all-time scoring spot, the NBA rolls out this clip featuring the two legends going head-to-head, dubbed “Duel of Icons.” The clip takes a look back at highlights of their head to head match-ups over the years. Take a look and let us know which player you think has the advantage.
In the latest episode of Action Bronson’s MUNCHIES series, “F*ck, That’s Delicious”, the rapper hits New York City in a cab to hit his favorite midnight snacking spots. From the most Northern parts of Queens to Washington Heights, viewers get a well-curated tour of the city’s lesser-known after-dark eateries.
Batmobiles have long been the preservation of the fictional world of the Batman universe, and even those replicas that have been brought into the world are few and far between. But now, 29-year old Australian Zac Mihajlovic has created the first ever fully street-legal Batmobile, based on the iteration as seen in the 1989 film starring Michael Keaton and Jack Nicholson. Built from scratch over a period of two years with the help of his engineer grandfather, the finished replica features parts from the original Batmobile, such as the afterburner. Although Mihajlovic has received many offers for the vehicle, he intends to keep it for a good cause, namely dressing up as Batman to surprise terminally-ill children at the request of the Make-A-Wish foundation. Watch the film above to see the larger-than-life car in action.
Although we only recently featured some street art gifs by A. L. Crego, the Spanish photographer and motion designer has since been churning out impressive gif after impressive gif almost on a daily basis. Today we catch up with some of his latest pieces.
In episode #6 of Action Bronson’s MUNCHIES series, “F*ck, That’s Delicious”, the rapper visits Venice, Italy enjoying the best the city has to offer, stops by some spots in Copenhagen, heads to Chicago’s Weiner Circle with Riff Raff, and more. Check out the escapades above.
In this short film shot at 1000 frames per second, we get to see some of the worlds most talented surfers, including Kelly Slater, Taj Burrow, Billy Keen and Matthew Meola (among many others) do what they were born to do. Ride. Chris Bryan Films shot this short film using the Phantom Flex, Phantom Miro M-320S and the new Phantom 4K Flex with Arri Ultra prime lenses and it slows down the imagery so we can get a closer look at how effortless these lads make surfing seem. They take on these behemoths with ease and despite the sheer power behind these waves, the way they control their boards makes it seem like poetry in motion.
The 30th anniversary of the “banned” Air Jordan 1 was this weekend. In commemoration of the milestone, here’s a look back at a short commercial Nike rolled out making light of the situation and controversy surrounding the iconic sneaker. The story goes like this. The red/black colorway of the shoe went against the rules of the NBA, so Michael Jordan was fined $5,000 per game, which was covered by Nike and helped fuel sales, adding to the legend of the shoe.
A few weeks back, we got word that Adult Swim would be bringing the legendary tales of Iron Mike Tyson to the small screen in the off-beat cartoon adaptation Mike Tyson Mysteries. Last night Tyson and his band of crime-solvers set out to help a reclusive novelist finish his book with some style. While on his ranch, Tyson & Co run across the mythical goat-slaying beast known as The Chupacabra to deal it a death blow before riding out into the sunset of a winged minotaur. The Hannah Barbera-styled zaniness might be the perfect outlet for such a closeted eccentric. And with Saturday morning cartoons having recently been ousted altogether, this a warm and welcome treat for the unflinching toon connoisseur. Get familiar with Iron Mike’s new look in the first episode of Mike Tyson Mysteries above and stay tuned for next week’s installment.
You’ve probably heard the story about Rick Rubin founding Def Jam in 1984 in his NYU dorm room, but in a new video by Rolling Stone, the legendary producer returns to the tiny, magical place 30 years later, and takes a trip through memory lane, recalling how it all began and revealing insightful facts and anecdotes that you probably haven’t heard. One such story reveals how LL Cool J was actually discovered by none other than Adrock who at the time was in charge of listening to all the demo tapes that got sent in.
New York City is often looked upon as one of the most competitive cities in the world when it comes to the game of basketball. Concrete courts are everywhere, occupied by ambitious kids daily, vying to become the next big superstar from the city. Photographer/filmmaker Will Robson-Scott has released a new short film, titled “Wings,” based on the Wings Academy’s public school basketball team. The brief visual follows the Bronx-based squad during its PSAL playoffs. As the team continues to exceed expectations within the borough, its players are aiming for the coveted city championship. Check the video above and let us know what you think.
Russian daredevil duo “On The Roofs” traveled eastward to hack one of Hong Kong’s highest billboards with the help of some friends. The video follows them on their journey to the top floor of the China Online Center skyscraper before making their way to the top of the giant screen. From there they gain access to the computer, which controls the display, and change it up to display “What’s Up Hong Kong?” Check out the crazy journey and the amazing aerial shots for yourself in the video above.