Arsch vom Dienst: The New Year's Eve of a doorman

There are jobs, da liebt dich einfach jeder für. And then there are jobs, mit denen man möglichst wenig zu tun haben will. So people, die ihren Job machen und dir den Abend versauen können. Peter Williams London has a Video uploaded, it in the (?) with a GoPro around his neck a night shift at New Year's Eve 2014 shoves. Before a seemingly trendy Club, in den viele rein wollen – erst recht, after they have been thrown out. Interesting insights into a thankless job, in which one has often to do with high aggression potential and more flags in Slalom. interesting, which meshes try some people… inventing people is super, especially if this every few minutes to change the name…

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Night in the Life of a Bouncer on New Years Eve

The chemistry of champagne

At no time of the year have more bottles of champagne pop the corks than at the end. In the following Video we deal with the chemical composition of Blubberwassers…

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The Chemistry of Champagne

Installing 2016

„Do you want to 2015 really move to the Trash?“ Jepp, definitely. And empty the trash. And formatting the hard disk. And the laptop out the window throw. And fire.

Installing 2016

Firework of colors in daylight

The New York-based fireworks artist Cai Guo-Qiang has launched in August last year in Shanghai in broad daylight this firework of colors. Looks very cool…

Firework of colors in daylight

Cai Guo-Qiang is a New York based artist and one of the furthermost celebrated contemporary artists originating from China. He is known for a remarkable new kind of fireworks spectacles which he calls “Explosion events.” He has taken gunpowder, one of China’s Four Great Inventions and led the way in a new impressive form of art that is substantial and metaphorical. His fireworks represent nature, culture, life, and death.

Cai’s captivation with pyrotechnics had origins in weaponry and physics, evolving into an affinity with traditional Chinese brush painting. Thus the violent explosions are transformed into a tool of art, creating a masterpiece in the sky, a masterpiece that only has a short lifetime, and fades away. Cai’s daytime “explosion events,” intimates classical brush painting. Cai involves organic vegetable dyes as opposed to just gunpowder, the smoke from these “explosion events” gradually blurs in the air almost as ink from a brush stroke is absorbed by rice paper in traditional painting. His daylight skywriting signifies his deep traditionalism and his modernism all at once.

Cai’s work in front of the Power Station of Art in Shanghai, China is eight minutes of colors filing the sky, in a ritualistically sincere elucidation of the ‘death of nature’. The show personifies the natural world with remembrance, looking back on the past and the transitory nature of time through a display of colorful smoke. The smoke fades away until nothing is left, no reminiscence of the beauty that once was, just like everything that exists in nature.

Firework of colors in daylight
Firework of colors in daylight
Firework of colors in daylight

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Cai Guo-Qiang 蔡国强 Official video for Fireworks Event of The Ninth Wave exhibition

Bier Yoga: Just right for New Year's Eve

Recently raises the 60 year stepfather a mug of beer on the forehead and the drinking without hands and arms! Does not go? Go now, and those who do not dominate the, can even today exert evening something… Yay!

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Beer Yoga with Granddude - Thanksgiving went viral!

The big New Year's speech Bullshit Bingo

Love Fellow citizens, the New Year's address is always a fine way, to convey without opposition outcry, how great it works. With Buzzword „Family“ adjacent to, for example, by the Communists, Left and Green from, „our American friends“ Designation as active diplomacy. The Friends of 1Live go with the phenomenon to playful and present their New Year's address Bullshit Bingo. We rely on „The crisis is not yet over.“

The big New Year's speech Bullshit Bingo

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