Jack White's music video for his latest single That Black Bat Licorice is three videos in one. If you just hit play you'll see an animation of Jack White. If you hit "3" while the video is playing, you will get a live action version of the first one. And if you hit "B", a video of people headbanging like mad.
I can't figure out if this music video was made using computer graphics or macro photography. Maybe it's a combination of both. Or maybe the eggs I ate this morning had some toxins and all of this is only happening inside my head.
Monday mornings are tough. I had my shower, my coffee, I went through my morning work routine, and just when I thought I was recovering from my monday blues I bumped into this: A surreal and hypnotic animated music video that made me go into full weekend mode again.
Most love songs have music videos where couples kiss, hug, or have sex. This video for the song Luna by South Korean band HEO does the same, except they take it to the extreme thanks to some cool but really creepy special effects.
It's fun to think of your own life in statistical terms. How many tacos al pastor did I eat in my entire life, how many kisses did I give, or how many trousers did I brake. This cool music video for the song Afterglow does that. It shows five years of a couple's relationship summed up into cold-hearted but fun…
I don't know if it's the Red Bull he is drinking or what—actually this would make a great viral for any energetic drink—but Eminem is on fire in this freestyle rapping video. The speed and accuracy at which he spits his rhymes is so insane that it's overwhelming. Warning: Explicit lyrics.
Mayokero is the first song of the album Acowpella Beatbox by Israeli artist Roy Kafri. The music video—directed by Vania Heymann, a second year student in Bezalel School of Art and Design—is brilliant. It takes classic album covers and animates them to sing along the song in a completely seamless way.
Head swaps aren't new but they are an unlimited source of fun. This video for the song On & On—by DUM—takes footage from Never Ending Story and superimposes the faces of the members of the band on the ones from the characters in the movie—they change some other things too. (NSFW-ish.)
This music video for the song Function/Void by British musician The Bug (aka producer Kevin Martin) features a dystopian futuristic world that is literally falling apart—like the life of the sad and lonely humans that inhabit it.
All the sexual fantasies of an adolescent hired by the sensual owner of a mansion to clean the pool materialize in this music video for Dancing Anymore, a song by the British band Is Tropical. Warning: This video contains 3D rendered sexual content. It’s definitely Not Safe For Work.