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Darwin Deez - King of 360° Photography

2011-05-11 13

I would never thought that a musicvideo could relly impress me again but this one did!

Darwin Deez – per accident I read this name in the internet. Hmm, never heard of him but that doesn’t mean anything, then I’m already too old for this MTV bullshit and its been a while I’m following every single music trend. I leave this for the other young and sexy teenagers out there.

But still, the name sounds interesting to me, so I type it into the search of a well known video website and immediately I got several choices.

“Radar Detector” sounds nerdy enough for me, so I click it and already the start sets me on fire!

This mastermind is baking his trailer out of waffles! Yummy and smart at the same time! But also when it comes to style and fashion, this guy is an absolute eye catcher! The hair looks like early Michael Jackson having a fight with Weird “Al” Jankovic. Just supercool!

But in Minute 1:45 it’s getting totally out of control. An interesting looking construction appears on the screen. A hat made by several disposable cameras, created to take panoramic pictures.

So, I can only recommend this video to everybody just only one word to Darwin Deez personally:

Next time just use the Spinner 360°, it has the same effect as your disposable cam – hat but doesn´t kill your perfect looking haircut!

written by eyecon on 2011-05-11 #360 #lifestyle #darwin-deez #spinner #panorama

13 Comments

  1. nicolas_noir
    nicolas_noir ·

    Argh, I've never heard this! I'm not sure how easy it would to set this up, or if the photos in the video are actually from those disposable cameras, but I actually quite like the effect!

  2. panchoballard
    panchoballard ·

    I didn't want to like this song but I had to give in at the end and just enjoy it! Love the camera hat.

  3. superlighter
    superlighter ·

    wow!! I say WooW!!!

  4. orangeuke
    orangeuke ·

    DARWIN DEEZ! He's great! Be careful though... his songs are quite catchy :)

  5. plasticpopsicle
    plasticpopsicle ·

    Awesome camera hat! The photos actually look nice!

  6. jonalon
    jonalon ·

    SO trying this

  7. scbaldwin
    scbaldwin ·

    I saw him in Brooklyn and it was a great but unexpected show. Between and during songs they bust out into choreographed dances. Very fun!

  8. ingwaybee
    ingwaybee ·

    Haha! Love Darwin Deez, never noticed the camera hat in the video though surprisingly

  9. lislisdotnet
    lislisdotnet ·

    Love Darwin Deez - his music is so fun and catchy!

  10. lomodirk
    lomodirk ·

    Just great, I love his dance moves :)

  11. littlemisslove
    littlemisslove ·

    LOVE Darwin Deez, you should check out his song Bad Day

  12. itsdebraanne
    itsdebraanne ·

    still, I would like to learn how to make the disposable panoramic cam-hat!! that is, if it doesn't get mistaken as a homemade bomb Lol.

  13. stouf
    stouf ·

    Damn' thanks for the discovery ! I'm really enjoying this ! : )

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