via Found Shit
via Found Shit
This guy is an art teacher, for realz.
“So, what I do with the laser didgeridoo is I send things down there like A, E, I, O, U”
Just like the man himself, nothing can prepare you for this Steve Jobs style presentation (complete with black skivvy) from the K-Swiss MFCEO, Kenny Powers.
K-Swiss, WE LOVE YOU.
Thank you for believing in funny things and taking genuine risks with this campaign… It’s brilliant, and we hope it truly sets the tone for bolder digital works.
If you like oversized balls and excess pain, enjoy!
via Hippolove / Reddit
This dude knows what’s up.
We’ve looked everywhere for the source of this (Spanish?) kid’s test response… Nada.
Canadian Forces soldier Corporal Ben Vandandaigue rocking out like a boss.
Image taken from Forward Operating Base Sperwan Ghar, overlooking the Panjwaii district of Kandahar province, Afghanistan
Image by David Goldman
via World Press Photo
Regulars to That’s Ace! will already be aware of how much we dig Trouble Andrew.
If not, check out our earlier post, Who the heck is Trouble Andrew?
BTW / Have you seen those new Nixon headphones? daaaaaaaaamn
Artwork created by Fernando Bari for Mercedes Benz
With Valentine’s Day fast approaching I’d like to introduce a match made in heaven: Gangstagrass
As far as I’m concerned, this track is the musical equivalent of when two of your most awesome mates get together, which is basically a giant win for all involved.
While we try not to post anything too personal on That’s Ace, we felt compelled this morning to pay tribute to what may be the single greatest double negative of all time…
We don’t need no education.
Roger Waters, the visionary front man and writer of many Pink Floyd classic tracks is currently touring Australia with his magnum opus The Wall.
Tonight marks the moment at which this blog’s creator Murray Galbraith will live out his childhood dream and see RW perform live in concert for the first time.
(He’s got tickets to just about every Australian show, so if you’re interested in seeing what all the fuss is about – check it out!)
via Brenna / @coolidiots
Remote control plane people, created by NY agency Thinkmodo to celebrate the launch of new teenage superpower flick, Chronicle.
via Dargs / Gizmodo