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Kurt Yaeger and Rudimental – We Salute You!

I’ve been loving this video since I first spotted it at the start of the month. “The inspirational true life-story of San Francisco born BMX champion and actor – Kurt Yaeger, who became an amputee after an accident in 2006.

All the characters in the clip are pro bmx’ers and the real friends of Kurt.” – Friggin awesome tune and story!!

*Heads up that there are some rude signs in the video.

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The most inspirational videos on the interweb!!

Set with a challenge ‘Project Awesomeness’ I had to find some videos that inspired me. It has made me change the way I look out on life and that there’s always good in the bad. Basically I have had an inspiring afternoon!

I hope you enjoy my favourite videos and good news stories!

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On the road again…vegas2vegas in 2013

“It’s colder than a penguin’s pecker outside!” was the first thing I heard this morning. Dad wasn’t wrong. The 10cm of snow that fell overnight has brought the country to a standstill but given me the chance to update the v2v blog.

2012 was an awesome year. We released out first video, Dougie, Hit the Beat, and our first full length documentary,vegas2venice.

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Dougie, Hit the Beat – The Making Of [Part Two]

This three part article series from the vegas2vegas team takes you behind the scenes of the creation of their innovative video “Dougie, Hit the Beat“.

Part Two: Go on and be crazy – Developing the idea from concept to reality.

If you’ve not yet had a chance to read Part One then click here. But to summarise:

“So we had the concept for our video. A stop motion video of the vegas2vegas van driving carrying me, Griff and Dougie past many of the world’s most famous landmarks made from cardboard which had over 5,000 unique tweets printed onto them, positioned on a square 3 metre by 3 metre set that when viewed from above displayed a QR code which you could scan and see if your tweet was in the video. Simples.”

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