Just when you thought Jem had ruined "holograms" for all eternity, along comes this awesome clip for Depeche Mode and production crew Soulsavers. "All of This and Nothing" is the first ever hologram video, although it does require some work on your part if you want to watch it in all of 3D glory. But, if you've got some useless CD jewel cases (don't we all?), scissors, and a little bit of dexterity, you can check out this handy guide to build your own prismatic hologram viewer and watch this come to life.
Or you can be lazy and just buy a premade HoloGram Pyramid... Or you can just watch the video as-is and imagine how much amazing it'd be as a hologram.
All you mouth breathers still drooling over that Carl's Jr ad starring model Charlotte McKinney — for the obvious burger-related reasons, surely — can get another eyeful of Ms. McKinney as she stars as a naughty nurse in this wetdream for all fans of health care.
A cross-dressing motif for Jenny Lewis "Just One Of The Guys" — sure, you expected that. But, did you expect her to enlist actresses Kristen Stewart, Anne Hathaway and Brie Larson to join in the fun with her and drummer Tennessee Thomas?
This time the lovable, yet scuzzy puppets seems to get himself kidnapped, forcing Run The Jewels, aka Killer Mike and El-P, to go on an underground rescue mission that involves doing battle with Andrew W.K. and Amber Tamblyn.
It's not quite correct to call this gorgous b/w video a tracking shot through heaven, but I'm not sure if there's a simpler way to describle it. Director Daniel Eskill takes us through various terrains — some not so heavenly — as These New Puritans perform in the foreground.
DirectorAustin Peters starts the clip out in a diner where we can instantly feel the tension. Are MS and MR about to witness a Pulp Fiction style robbery, or some Mickey and Mallory shenanigans from Natural Born Killers?