“After filming in between injuries, competitions and travelling over the past year or so, Brock Horneman and I are stoked to release his new web edit!” – Jack Paton.
20-year old Harvard student John McCallum had a dream. A dream of spray-can cake batter that cooks in the microwave in about a minute and still has the same texture and taste as regular cake. And he made that dream come true. What a f**ken god. Would you eat Spray Cake?
A mounted rearview camera captured the frustration and flat out anger of a couple in San Diego recently. Tom Parise was driving around town with cameras rolling when one of his manoeuvres angered another driver. Tom realised the lane he was in was about to become a right turn only lane and he needed to get over, and into a lane that continued straight. In order to do this he sped up when the light turned green and tried to get in front of a pickup truck. The driver of the pickup truck apparently wasn’t having it.
Get ready to be amazed and zone out with phantom cinematographer Chris Bryan‘s latest show reel. Everything looks better at 1000 frames per second! Be aware of a NSFW moment at the 6:20 mark, or skip directly to that spot like I know most of you will!
A hot air balloon operator was attempting to land in the middle of a residential street in Worcester County, Massachusetts, but forgot about those pesky power lines that come with the territory. Five people, including a grandmother, were injured by two huge electrical explosions triggered by the balloon’s impact with the power lines. Check it out!
Ruby Rose has admitted she doesn’t identify as either a woman or a man and instead describes herself as gender fluid. The 28-year-old model and DJ last week released a short film, Break Free, dealing with the topic of gender identity, which she wrote, produced and starred in. In the emotive piece, Rose transforms from a buxom blonde with long hair to a heavily tattooed man with short hair. It quickly went viral and earned praised from her fans, who saw it as semi-autobiographical. “Whether straight, gay, bi, trans … body image and identity can be a struggle for us all,” said Rose. “This video was made to challenge that status quo.”