Catching any round ball like basketball is easy. But football!?
‘…it comes courtesy of Toledo University’s Alonzo Russell, who out-muscled an overwhelmed defender to make a spectacular one-handed catch during his Mud Hens’ road win over the Central Michigan Chippewas.
‘Not only did the play get primo treatment on SportsCenter, it’s become a hit online as well. The YouTube video above has been viewed more than 160,000 times since Saturday.
‘Russell’s catch is an amazing play indeed, but we’re not sure it measures up this pee-wee football player’s astounding touchdown run from earlier this month…’
This Short Film of Animated Graffiti on the Streets of São Paulo Might Make You Rethink Your Fears
‘”Homeless” is a short film that features an innovative art form you have not have seen yet: animated graffiti projected onto city streets at nighttime. The film follows animated illustrations of two homeless people, people who are ordinarily overlooked by society, as they walk through dark, graffiti-filled streets of São Paulo. The couple is so brightly colored, and move in such charming, video game-like motions, that they bring a lightheartedness to normally eerie, nighttime city streets. The film will make you give your own world a second look, second-guessing that which looks scary and unfamiliar to you…’
Relive The Golden Age Of Animation With Free Vintage Cartoons
Your chance to watch Popeye, Woody Woodpecker, and Betty Boop
‘They just don’t make ‘em like they used to. Literally. The age-old technique of using hundreds of hand-drawn cels of animation to produce cartoons has long been replaced with more robust digital techniques. But like photographs shot on film and vinyl recordings, traditional animation retains that warm and rustic feel where even the imperfections are celebrated for their almost organic nature.
‘Thanks to the Internet Archive and Film Chest, there’s a small collection of vintage cartoons to trawl through featuring the likes of Popeye, Woody Woodpecker, and Betty Boop…’