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Mar 12, 2014 / 2 notes

Just a video about a little neighborhood at the top/tip of Manhattan in New York City that goes by the name of Inwood created by ArtForStrangers. It’s a bit long, at 10 minutes, but if you’re from the “hood” you’ll enjoy the cool cinematography.

Feb 20, 2014 / 5 notes

Probably one of the weirdest, and most creative, things I have ever seen a person do - Tim Patch, commonly known by his professional stage name Pricasso, is an Australian artist who is known for using his body parts to paint. In this video he paints Russian president Vladimir Putin with his penis as a form of protest.

Jan 24, 2014

Jean-Claude Van Damme has nothing on this.

Jan 22, 2014

This is what New York City looked like on Tuesday January 21st, 2014 - Shot, edited, and graded by my friend, Jake Oleson.

Jan 21, 2014

Level4 spent a day with the Los Angeles Galaxy to learn about how Major League Soccer teams are using the Adidas Micoach tracking system to track player performance - TECHNOLOGY!

Jan 15, 2014

A “self initiated project about eternity, afterlife, and revival” by Vladislav Solovjov called Recurrence.

Dec 10, 2013

To explore more about tattoo artist, Duncan X, director Alex Nicholson has created an absorbing short film with Duncan revealing accounts of his life. The sophisticated nature of the film has meant that through special effects the director has let Duncan’s tattoos slowly appear and crawl over his skin as the film progresses.

Dec 9, 2013

Founded by a former chef, Cannatest delivers detailed cannabinoid profiles for different strains of marijuana, allowing the producer and consumer to know exactly what is in their product. It’s a service that will undoubtedly become more and more important for product control and consistency.

Dec 9, 2013

In Yonkers, NY, an extensive collection of piano cases, keys, pedals, bridges and strings reside in the Cantabile Piano Arts warehouse. Each part is waiting in queue to be utilized by a passionate team who work to repair, refinish and reconstruct vintage pianos. We spoke with Ivan Brunner, a piano-tuner who works on each instrument in its final stages—giving each piano its very own unique “voice.” Through Brunner’s intricate and precise artistry, CH had the opportunity to see the complexities at work beneath a piano’s lid.