These farmers from the Ivory Coast have been growing and selling cocoa for decades but have never had the opportunity to taste chocolate. See how they react after trying chocolate for the first time.
While the Ivory Coast is one of the largest producers of cocoa, the country has been heavily criticized in recent years for using child labor in the production of cocoa.
You may remember Richard Norris from back in 2012 when he underwent one of the most complicated facial transplant surgeries in history. Now he’s on the front cover of GQ magazine and he looks amazing!
A follow up to Mickey Please’s award winning short film “The Eagleman Stag”, this stop motion film continues where he left off.
The intricate foam modelling and long exposure lighting effects, shows us why Please is the king of this slow, pain-staking craft.
The amount of time it takes for one scene.
“7 Days of Garbage”, is an interesting series of portraits by photographer, Gregg Segal that highlights the global pollution problem by showing us how much rubbish we build up in a weekly period.
I think they didn’t want to include really foul stuff so it was just packaging stuff without the foul garbage. Other people didn’t edit and there were some nastythings that made for a stronger image,” Segal said.
Americans use 50% more waste than Western Europeans and 3 times more than the Japanese. The average person produces more than 4 pounds of garbage everyday, which is more than double that amount in 1960.
In his little shirt and black bow tie, watch 3 year old Lyonya Shilovsky’s stand out performance with the Novosibirsk Symphony Orchestra.
Showing total concentration throughout, the best part is definitely his solo and drum roll to finish the show!