In Danny MacAskill’s latest video, Industrial Revolutions, he reminds us that the laws of nature can be defied with a LOT of practice:
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Levi LaVallee was planning to set the world record for the world’s longest snowmobile jump during this year’s Red Bull New Year No Limits, but he was injured recently while preparing for the jump, and the event has been canceled.
Thankfully, he managed to jump 361-feet during practice, beating the existing record by 60 feet, and caught the RIDICULOUS looking jump on video for the world to enjoy:
Travis Pastrana’s world record setting New Year’s Eve rally car jump in his Subaru WRX was impressive:
What’s even more impressive though is that he managed to destroy his practice car and then walk away from the accident like it was no big deal:
The man is either a cat working on his ninth life, or he’s indestructible. Either way, I can’t wait to see what he thinks of next.
Just one year ago, Ken Block debuted what is still one of the most amazing pieces of automotive art ever created: Gymkhana Practice.
To celebrate the one-year anniversary of the video, DC Shoes teamed up with YouTube sensation Marina from Hot For Words to explain Gymkhana, and while it lacks the tire smoke of the first video, it does make up for it with gratuitous eye candy:
The Walls Notebook is a sketchbook that’s filled with 80 ‘clean’ New York City walls for you to write, paste, draw or doodle on.
The interesting and inspirational backdrops are meant to serve as a blank slate for the graffiti artist inside of you to create upon, and with a little practice, you’ll be giving Shepard Fairey a run for his money in no time.