Chances are, you've already been invited to a few, or few hundred, ugly Christmas sweater parties this year. You can buy them already uglied up, or add your own touches. But we know for a fact, no one will have one quite like this. 2 Chainz links up with jeweler Joe Avianne to check out the most expensive ugly Christmas sweater, featuring a 14-karat gold santa, iced out in 70 carats-worth of diamonds.
Born in Baltimore with a stutter, Coffin Nachtmahr could have chosen several life paths. Instead, he found throwing. Throwing is form of yo-yoing where the yo-yo is thrown and caught and thrown again in a series of tricks that make it look like dancing. Coffin is one of the top throwers in the world, proving that inspiration can come from the most unlikely of places.
Francisco Del Rosario was once a competitive diver, pushing himself to dive to greater depths than his peers. And then it occurred to him that the competition was taking away from the experience. Francisco turned to freediving, finding an otherworldly realm beneath the waves.
It's the number one participant sport in America. It also has the best shoes, and you can still drink while you're playing it. Gus Yannaras is a resident of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and wants bowling to finally get the respect it deserves.
The great thing about movies is there're just movies. They're not real. You can fall off a skyscraper or get shot 27 times and still survive. Christmas movies are no different. With some help from Jake from Vsauce3, former NASA engineer Mark Rober puts scenes from Home Alone, Elf, and A Christmas Story up again science to see how they hold up. The pair place their bets and the winner gets a major award.
Imagine a Wes Anderson video essay that isn't about Wes Anderson. Anderson's long-time Director of Photography, Robert Yeoman, is as much responsible for the unmistakable style of Anderson's films as the director himself. Robert talks about his influences and the lucky break that set him on the path to being one of the best in the business.