Watch this exceptional time-lapse video by Keith Loutit. The film captures the evolution of Singapore over the course of three years.
A former Tibetan Buddhist monk, Tashi Mannox is an incredibly talented artist and specialist in Tibetan calligraphy.
Here is a short film about his work made by the Planetary Collective.
I’m deeply impressed by his art, but also by his friendly presence and charisma.[vimeo http://vimeo.com/14611158 w=750&h=422]
In this interview, Iconic Swiss photojournalist René Burri takes us on a journey through six images from his archive, photographing figures like Che Guevara chain-smoking in his office in 1963, Pablo Picasso in Cannes in 1957 and American G.I.s being entertained in a brothel in Seoul in 1961.[vimeo http://vimeo.com/68146128 w=750&h=424]
These wonderful time-lapse sequences were taken by Ron Garan, Satoshi Furukawa and the crew of expeditions 28 & 29 onboard the International Space Station from August to October 2011 and edited by Michael König.
The Holstee Manifesto is a call to action to live a life full of intention, creativity, passion, and community. Now, the sustainable lifestyle goods company brought the words to life with this video. They explain:
The LifeCycle Film came about as a desire to bring the energy and passion behind the Manifesto to life through something we love–biking. As we seek to live mindful lifestyles that leave a positive impact on the people and world around us, biking has become a passion that is much more than a transportation alternative. It is a way of fully experiencing the city we love and all of its details.
(click through to Youtube to watch in HD and fullscreen!)
Breath-taking scenes from Kabul and Mazar-e Sharif in this video travelogue by Lukas and Salome Augustin. They explain:
As each of us has his own impression of Afghanistan that is predominantly marked with pictures of foreign forces, explosions and terror, we were privileged to have access to capture daily life and portrait some people of Afghanistan.
We hope the pictures you know will merge with the pictures you see and will enrich your view on the country in the Hindu Kush.
Via Momentum Blog.