—After receiving the Clio, Jerry Seinfeld launched into a deadpan speech that ripped apart the advertising industry that bestowed the award on him.
It may have been his deadpan delivery that confused the audience, but there is clearly a hint of truth in what Seinfeld is saying. An outright speech denouncing the industry would have been a foolish move (after all, he does star in commercials, hence the Clio). But offering a speech in this disguising manner allows him to simultaneously criticize the industry while keen observers raise an eyebrow to the kernel of his argument. Give it a listen.
For the past few years, reverse graffiti artist Moose has been leaving his artistic mark without leaving a trace of pollution on the walls that are his canvas. Nissan decided to enlist his skills and sponsor a cleaning trip in various countries.
Storm chaser Alex Schueth captured a timelapse of a rare cloud formation called an 'undulatus asperatus,' a rolling pattern of clouds that gives you the impression you're underwater and looking up at the waves on the surface.
As if the title wasn't giving away the concept, this short video by Reebok Classics and produced in conjunction with The Rig Out, attempts to put Reebok Classics's name back in the mouths of the new generation on the come-up.
Kobe Bryant is entering the last two years of a $48.5 million extension with the Los Angeles Lakers. But the last season saw the superstar only play 6 out of a possible 82 games. Does he have anything left in the tank?