Jeremy Hunter has spent 35 years documenting ancient rituals and festivals in 60 countries. Here is a small selection of photographs that will appear as part of Let’s Celebrate 365.
If you’ve ever thought your video game skills were so advanced you could beat your friends with your hands tied behind your back, you can now put your money where your mouth is.
In a project that looks like the laboratory lovechild of the EyeWriter or Daito Manabe’s Electric Stimulus drum machine, both of which use facial tracking devices to draw and make music, the Eye Mario System is set up so you can play NES by glancing sideways or up and down.
A full-sized refrigerator is a pretty sizable appliance, usually requiring at least a van or pickup truck to haul to its destination. This is something the police in Richmond, British Columbia, had to remind a shopper who thought a few ropes and a prayer would get his fridge home in the trunk of a Honda Accord.
Richmond police said they received a call of a dangerous driving situation outside a store called Liquidation World. As you can see in the above photo taken by the RCMP, the fridge — secured with ropes tied to the rear seat belts — wouldn’t exactly engender confidence in anyone caught in traffic behind the Accord.
18 yrs old french stunt rider, Sarah Lezito riding her CB 500.
The P-Trees were a great success at the Roskilde Festival 2011 in Denmark, with more than 100,000 visitors and many of them using the P-TREE more than once. For Roskilde Aandeboom produced 50 P-Trees in the typical Roskilde Orange color. The P-Trees were placed on 2 different spots near the main stage.
By using the P-Tree the festivals problem with public peeing was significant reduced. The P-Tree can be hooked up to a central sewage system or connected to a tank with a pump.