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Sure everyone knows that New York City is the most beautiful place in the world. But why stop there? Artist Jan Vormann has been patching it up in a pretty beautiful way.
Check out his work. He’s also made Amsterdam, Berlin, Tel Aviv, amongst others a little bit better. What are you going to do today?
You probably know Michel Gondry from either his Lego videos or solving Rubik’s Cubes with either his feet or nose. He also is responsible for popularizing “swedes” — the home made lo-fi versions of popular films. He’s been making movies and videos forever and is always great. Here he takes a simple idea — a shirt with one pattern on the front and another on the back — and weaves a very complicated dance out of it. Make sure to stay to the end as it gets close to glorious.