Even though the endless debate of Prometheus has come to an end, I personally will never tire of Ridley Scott’s groundbreaking Alien, Sigourney Weaver’s debut role that features one of the most infamous scenes ever caught on film: the chest burst. Thanks to Kids Swede Movies on YouTube, above is a hilarious video re-enactment of the chest burst sequence… with kids. The alien sock puppet is almost as funny as the one kid’s mustache.
Another video, this time added below the break, is absolutely gut-busting funny. On WTVR CBS 6 in Richmond, VA, weatherman Aaron Justus provides the last weather forecast you’ll ever need. The video is a fictitious report that takes a jab at the fear mongering on the news. It features super storms and… Godzilla.
Directly below we’ve shared just a few examples of Nagai Hideyuki’s incredible art. Hideyuki is a 21-year-old artist from Tokyo, Japan. “His recent series of 3D artworks using only paper and pencils have been spreading like wildfire online. And for good reason, his drawings are truly incredible. His typical set up involves two sketchbooks. One placed upright against a wall while the other lays flat on his desk. This simple set up is the environment for his anamorphic art.
What’s really neat is that Nagai switches up the angles so it’s not always the same viewpoint (these artwork only work when viewed from a specific angle). Most are from a 45-ish degree angle with a handful from a head-on perspective. Another cool trick is the incorporation of props like erasers and toy cars into his work. This inclusion of actual physical objects breaks down a barrier between his art and the ‘real world’.” You’ll find tons more from Hideyuki here.