GoPro is producing small, quality cameras that allow extreme sports athletes and performers to strap the camera to their head and give viewers a first-person point of view of their activities. While most popular GoPro videos showcase the extreme antics of skaters, surfers and other extreme sports athletes, director Ilya Naishuller decided to put the camera to a different use, filming a violent and engaging music video for the Moscow-based techno rock band Biting Elbows. The music video follows the story of a badass motherf*cker who is trying to retrieve a teleportation device from a bunch of suited nasties.
140 Ideas is a graffiti team made up of four Bulgarian street artists; Yeto, Teleto, Jermain and Flak. The four artists, whose styles are distinctly different from each others’, decided to collaborate and merge their artistic talents to create collage-style graffiti and street art murals. The group now travels together, creating art for graffiti competitions, […]
Johanna Quaas was born Johanna Geiβler in 1925 in Hohenmölsen, Germany, and began practising gymnastics at a young age. During the Second World War, gymnastics was banned by the Allied Control Council, which forced Quaas to pursue another sport, handball. When the ban on gymnastics was lifted in 1947, Johanna Quaas quickly took up her passion […]