Juan’s story began 12 years ago when as a child he told his younger brother Julio that he would be safe to cross the road as long as he stayed inside the lines of the crosswalk. He wasn’t. Juan now patrols the very intersection that took his brother’s life. Staring down anyone that dares cross the line in the road. He will not yield, waver, or stand aside until all crosswalk murderers back-down and back-up their instruments of death.
After creating the lifelike Zoidberg costume earlier this year, effects artist Frank Ippolito takes on another makeup challenge from the world of Futurama. This time, it’s Professor Farnsworth. Watch Frank bring the professor to life with sculpting, moulding, and casting of prosthetics, and then applying the makeup on an actor to unveil at the Tested stage show!
Early starts, airport layovers and long drives are all a part of the journey for a pumping swell. Follow Mick Fanning, Garut Widiarta and Luke Hynd on The Search for deep grinding barrels and epic waves in Sumatra.
Shut down the Internet, because Benedict Cumberbatch has rendered it obsolete. The actor and Tumblr fave dusted off 11 celebrity impressions for MTV’s Josh Horowitz, including spot-on mimicry of Sean Connery, Tom Hiddleston and Bane. Our favorite is Michael Caine, because who doesn’t love a Michael Caine impression?
This woman stripped down to some skimpy underwear and walked around New York to see what reaction she would get. The only catch was, she had been painted up with some very realistic looking jeans! For more, follow Model Pranksters on Instagram.
Jonathan Koppenhaver, the mixed marital arts fighter known as “War Machine,” was admonished in a Las Vegas courtroom yesterday for laughing during the testimony of alleged victim Christy Mack. Koppenhaver’s lawyer denied his client had laughed at all, causing judge Melanie Andress-Tobiasson to respond, “I watched him laugh.”