Tag Archives | City

…You can choose your own freerunning adventure?

Damien Walters and Livewire have teamed up to create a very unique ‘choose your own adventure’ style freerunning game on YouTube.

To play, just pick your person and then pick their moves as they work their way through the city. Since freerunning/parkour are impressive on their own, adding in a bit of choice makes it even more fun to watch:

[Via: Zoomdoggle]

…Robin Soulier is a puddle photographer?

Robin Soulier

Robin Soulier has an interesting way of looking at a city that could definitely provide some inspiration for the next time you’re out taking pictures and want something a little different: He photographs buildings form their reflections in puddle water.

The end result is a mixture of texture, light and color that adds a whole new dimension to the typical building photograph, and turns the otherwise ordinary into the extraordinary.

[Robin Soulier]

[Via: Josh Spear]

…BRABUS makes a nice pair?


Ever wish you had a car for the track and a car for the city?

Well then, BRABUS has got you covered with a matching McLaren SLR and ULTIMATE 112.

The Mercedes-Benz McLaren SLR Roadster gets a full body and trim kit, as well as a custom BRABUS interior and engine upgrades to bring the power level to a respectable 650 HP. (0-62 in 3.6 seconds; Top speed of 211 mph.)

The ULTIMATE 112 (aka the “tender”), which starts out life as a Smart Fortwo, gets matching paint and interior, as well as a boost to 112 HP.

Now if they just made something to tow these with…


[Via: Autoblog]

…It’s Movie Monday: Four Eyed Monsters?

Four Eyed Monsters

Four Eyed Monsters is a film about “being alone in a city, wanting to be in a relationship but feeling there are no good ways to start a connection and then breaking out of a rut, jumping feet first into something deeper and crazier than either of [the filmmakers] expected”.

Four Eyed Monsters was also “the first feature length movie to be uploaded to YouTube in its entirety”.


[Four Eyed Monsters]

…Santa Ana knows what a tagger looks like?

Tagger GuideApparently, the city of Santa Ana, California wants parents to know that if it looks like a tagger, and it quacks like a tagger, then it must be a tagger, because they put together one of the most obvious guides for parents that I’ve ever seen.

If your kid leaves the house with a backpack full of spraypaint cans and a bandana over his face, and you either don’t notice, or don’t think anything’s wrong before you consult this guide, then you probably have bigger issues than this guide is going to solve.

[Santa Ana – Graffiti]

[Via: Wooster Collective]