Two WORST Martial Arts Techniques Ever! Stephan Kesting from www.grapplearts.tv teaches the two worst techniques he's ever seen in his 30 years of martial arts training
Extreme Martial Arts: Eating Molten Lead Recently unearthed martial arts footage from Mount Dobong, South Korea - where a man eats molten lead. If you want to follow us on Twitter or Like us on Facebook click on the links to below!! FOLLOW us on Twitter: ow.ly or LIKE us on Facebook: ow.ly Strange talents, shocking stories, dangerous stunts...see it all here @
Sculpting The Art Critic Author/Artist Philippe Faraut Sculpts an art critic.
Fallen Art Dir: Tomek Baginski / Poland / 2005 In an old forgotten military base far from civilization, a group of deranged military officers nurture their insanity. For more info: www.fallen- ___
Extreme Sheep LED Art We took to the hills of Wales armed to the teeth with sheep, LEDs and a camera, to create a huge amazing LED display. Of sorts. For more info search for samsung LED TV or visit /LED
Turkish Islamic art of Marbling (Ebru) The word marbling is in Turkish EBRU (cloud, cloudy) or abru (Water face) (En Français. It is derived from the word ebre which belongs to one of the older Central Asian languages and it means the "moiré, veined fabric, paper etc..." used for covering some m***cripts and other holy books. Its origin might ultimately hark back to China, where a document from the T'ang dynasty (618-907) mentions a process of coloring paper on water with five hues. Through the Silk Road this art came first to Iran and picked up the name Ebru. Subsequently this art moved towards Anatolia. Specimens of marbled paper in the Turkish museum and private collections date back as far as the 15th century but unfortunately there is no evidence to show at what date the art of marbling paper first appeared in Anatolia. Around the end of 16th century tradesmen, diplomats and travelers coming to Anatolia brought this art to Europe and after the 1550s, booklovers in Europe prized Ebru which came to be known as "Turkish Paper Turkish marbled paper making". After then it was broadly used in Italy, Germany, France and England. There is agreement amongst scholars that the so-called Turkish Papers has a colourful influence on the book arts of Europe. In the early examples from the 16th century in the Ottoman-Turkish era, Ebru appears in the battal (large) form, namely without any manipulation. Ebru technique consists of sprinkling colors containing a few drops of ox-gall on to the surface of the bath of water ...
The Crevasse - Making of 3D Street Art In Dun Laoghaire the "Festival of World Culture" took place from 21. to 24. of August 2008. Edgar Müller has followed the invitation and continued his series of large-sized 3D Street Art there. For this year's Festival of World Cultures renowned German street painting artist Edgar Müller transformed a huge slice of the East Pier into a dramatic ice age scene. This project was supported by the Goethe Institution Germany.
Masters of Mixed Martial Arts Uncover the science behind Mixed Martial Arts as technology tests the limits of some of the greatest MMA masters. Fight Science: Mixed Martial Arts : SUN JANUARY 27 8P et/pt :
Art Music video for Tanya Davis' song Art by Andrea Dorfman