No one is impressed by your dumb choreographed videos, OK Go. It’s old. It’s masturbatory. You’re hurting yourselves and the people closest to you, and you need to stop.
Damian Kulash—lead singer of OK Go and the guy who creates their popular music videos—just made this neat commercial for the Chinese home furniture brand Red Star Macalline. The ad features the band members and follows the same visual style as their video The Writing's on the Wall.
How do you make an OK Go video even more fun than ever? Give the guys Honda's crazy self-balancing unicycle is how.
Last week, we showed you OK Go's new video, "The Writing's On the Wall," the latest in the band's series of impeccably orchestrated one-take videos chock full of optical illusions and visual tricks. Here's the behind-the-scenes look at how they did it. Short answer: it was frantically precise.
Want to trip out your brain for a few minutes? Watch OK Go's new music video for their song "The Writing's on the Wall" and delight in what you can do with mirrors, paint, and objects in the proper position.
When it came time to review Blue's Spark Digital microphone, we could have put a few mics in a row, sang a little, played a little guitar, then scrutinized the sounds. Or we could have talented musicians from two amazing bands create an all-new song for us.
This is OK Go's latest video, Skyscrapers. It's not as crazy as their previous stuff, but it is beautiful anyway. I like to watch this couple dance through all the colors of the rainbow—I wish I could dance like that in a never ending night.
Last week we showed you a quick preview of OK Go's new video for "Needing/Getting", and now here's the full monty, compiled from a literal drive-by of 1157 homemade instruments of melodic Rube Goldberg(ish) goodness.
OK Go's new music video for "Needing/Getting" is going to debut on Super Bowl Sunday, and we've got an exclusive preview for you in the leadup. There isn't too much to go on: just 288 guitars, 55 pianos, 1157 homemade instruments, the band in crayon-colored jumpsuits, and all the pomp and circumstance surrounding a…
OK Go, the mastermind musicians behind the awesomest music videos, recently revealed their latest creation: All Is Not Lost. It puts the camera underneath a glass panel to get a trippytastic and revealing view of people in skin-tight body suits.
What were the ten most-watched YouTube videos of 2010? If I had my way it would just be the Bed Intruder song on repeat. But! Here's how it actually played out.
They may be shilling for Range Rover's new iPhone app here, but fans of their crazy stunts (who happen to live in LA) should download the free app and follow their massive GPS parade this Wednesday.
Click to viewI can't imagine the pressure of being in OK Go, having to constantly churn out jaw-dropping videos. Fortunately, I don't have to. I get to just sit back and enjoy the stunning results, like this stop-motion story told with toast.