Members of the Australian Army do some urban warfare training.
This a special edition of Urban Ninja check it out . Brought to you by Sons Of Liberty Productions, originally created by Robert Hoffman.
Quick glance through Penang Island, Malaysia, and urban street soccer stuffs!!!
The Urban Ninja shops at Wal-Mart
OK, this is a medley of 3 R&B songs from Soulbone, Urban Species and 112. Theres a bit of rap in the middle too, I'm no rapper but it was fun :) enjoy
Urban Run Line Rider Urban Run
The iLLers on MTV Urban Beats ad no.1
The iLLers on MTV Urban Beats ad no.2
A urban freestyle kung fu sparing between Gil and Ferdinand in Toa Alta. This is a technique practice of throwdowns and locks.
Urban Lifestyle goes to the Global Peer Awards in Barcelona
Urban Iditarod at venice beach the The first Annual in LA they have it all over the usa this is some thing like the L.A. Marathon but a lot more fun
Closest thing to a sixties vibe as you can get..great flashback for an old hippie
Part 2 LA Urban Iditarod at venice beach, first Annual in LA they have it all over the usa this is some thing like the L.A. Marathon but a lot more fun
Closest thing to a sixties vibe as you can get..great flashback for an old hippie (less)
Urban Wildlife in Arizona by the Arizona Game and Fish Department
urban soccer, a movie me and fellow student filmed in 2004 in munich, germany.
New Mobile Medium on Display for Art World
On Saturday, April 21, 2007, LG Electronics MobileComm U.S.A., Inc. (LG Mobile Phones) debuted Visual Urban Abstracts "Views from a Cell" created by emerging visual artist, Patrice Elmi. Using only pure, glowing color from either early morning or late afternoon sunlight and her 1.3 megapixel LG camera phone, Patrice creates images that marry art and photography into a unique and vibrant form on the mobile phone. Untouched by computer or digital enhancing, her mobile images are alive with color, flowing with shapes and stalked by shadows.
"Views from a Cell" is the first art exhibit of its kind focusing on a new form of artistic expression, the mobile medium. The 100 photographs on display are 6 inch square digital C-prints which are mounted on aluminum sheets and laminated. The metal, depictive of a mobile phone, on which these photographs are fused actually integrates and becomes part of the piece itself. The exhibit will run from April 21, 2007 to May 19, 2007 at the drkrm. Gallery in Los Angeles, California.