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Music Video Transformed into a Moving Painting, One Frame at a Time

This is, to our knowledge, the world's first full-length Prisma music video. Transformed, frame by frame, into a moving painting, the music video for "DEEP BLUE" by the band Drive like Maria is a testament to the amount of work musicians are willing to put in when they have a cool idea.

You Can Make a ‘Centriphone’ Using a Wooden Coat Hanger

Back in February 2016, skier Nicolas Vuignier captured the worlds imagination with a video shot using his "Centriphone," a plastic glider that lets you swing a camera around your head and have the lens constantly pointed toward you. For their latest music video, Indie pop duo Matt & Kim created their own centriphone... using a wooden coat hanger and some fishing wire.

Canon Made a Cheesy Music Video About Itself

Canon's slogan in the US is "See Impossible," but over in Asia it's "Delighting You Always." To celebrate the 10th anniversary of that slogan last year, Canon decided to... write a song and make a cheesy music video.

OK Go’s New Music Video Was Shot in Zero Gravity in a Single Take

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It seems that with each new music video, the band OK Go breaks new ground in creativity. Today the band just released a new music video for the song "Upside Down & Inside Out." The 3-minute video, shown above, was shot in one take in zero gravity in a real plane flying through the sky.

"What you are about to see is real," OK Go says. "There are no wires or green screen."

Watch The Muppets Cover the Song ‘Kodachrome’ by Paul Simon

Kodak's iconic Kodachrome film was retired from service back in 2009, but back in 1973, American singer Paul Simon immortalized the classic film stock in his hit song "Kodachrome."

The new ABC series The Muppets recently posted this short music video in which Dr. Teeth and the Electric Mayhem -- the rock band of The Muppets -- perform "Kodachrome" live in concert.

This Singer Recreated 28 Iconic Album Cover Photos in a Creative Music Video

Canadian singer Kalle Mattson just released a music video for his song "Avalanche" that creatively recreates some of the most famous album cover photos in the history of music. Over the course of 4 minutes, Mattson steps into 28 different sets to show what his album cover would look like as other iconic albums. The Ramones, Jay-Z, the Backstreet Boys, and Michael Jackson are some of the artists referenced. Brownie points if you can name the others.

Watch This Bizarre ‘Everything is Awesome’ Parody by Gannett Executives

America's largest newspaper publisher has laid off a large number of employees in recent days, but things appear to be quite rosy at the top. An internal team-building video has surfaced that's raising quite a few eyebrows: it's a parody of the LEGO Movie song "Everything is Awesome," featuring company CEO Gracia Martore as the band leader.

Jim Romenesko got his hands on the clip, which you can watch above.

This 3.5-Minute Music Video Was Shot in 5 Seconds with a 1000FPS High Speed Camera

The 3.5-minute music video above was captured in a span of 5 seconds. French filmmaker Guillaume Panariello tells us he did this "shortest shoot ever" using a Phantom 4K camera snapping 1000 frames per second. When slowed down, those 5 seconds of real time turn into three-and-a-half minutes of slow-mo craziness. The song is "Unconditional Rebel" by Siska.