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What 100 Years Of Magazine Covers Reveal About How We See Women

10 months agoNews : Huffington Post

As a century of fighting for equality has seen women smashing gender roles and embracing their sexuality, many magazines featuring them learned to adapt. Karen X. Cheng, a creative director and viral video consultant in San Francisco, looked at how magazine covers featuring women have changed by comparing covers from the last 100 years. Show More Summary

How 'Vanity Fair' Went from Cartoons to Caitlyn

Images courtesty of Karen X. Cheng and Jerry Gabra Cosmopolitan magazine wasn't always a hotbed for wacky sex tips involving donuts, and National Geographic used to be more text-based than visuals—but the New Yorker is pretty much the same as it was back in 1925. Show More Summary

The Evolution of Magazine Covers

Karen X. Cheng and Jerry Gabra take a look at how we’ve changed in the past 100 years Cosmopolitan Woah. Cosmopolitan covers started out with women dressed conservatively. Then they started showing some skin. Then more skin. Finally, they started posing in sexy positions. As women have earned more rights throughout the years, they’ve also [...]Show More Summary

Magazine covers, then and now

10 months agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

Over at Medium, Karen X. Cheng and Jerry Gabra look at the evolution of magazine covers. To paraphrase Mister Jalopy, I don't like the old ones because they're old, I like them because they're better. Read the rest

Gravity Illusions: San Francisco’s Hills Are So Painfully Steep That We’re Going To Dance About It

“[Karen X.] Cheng, a former Microsoft Excel employee turned dancer, ‘viral video consult,’ and Queen Latifah guest, collaborated with filmmaker Ross Ching for the trick-heavy homage to slopes. … the project was inspired by Dan Ng’s photos that ‘correct’ San Francisco’s awful angles.”

Disorienting Illusions Captured by Tilting a Camera on the Steep Streets of San Francisco

last yearHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

Filmmaker Ross Ching and dancer Karen X. Cheng created the short film “Tilting the Streets of San Francisco.” Tilting the camera while filming people on the steep streets of San Francisco creates disorienting illusions performed in the signature high-energy style Cheng has developed. Ross got the idea for this video after seeing some photos with […]

Tilting San Francisco’s Streets

Karen X. Cheng and Ross Ching hit the hilly streets of San Francisco to mess with our heads, capturing action on the steep sidewalks tilting the camera to compensate for the grade. The track is I Don’t Feel Like Dancin’ by Scissor Sisters.

Gravity Illusions of San Francisco

last yearHumor / odd : Neatorama

San Francisco is spread over a bunch of hillsides that can be pretty steep. Ross Ching and Karen X. Cheng (previously at Neatorama) decided to see what fun they could have by aligning a camera with the street instead of aligning it with the direction of gravity. Show More Summary

Watch: Gravity illusions on steep San Francisco streets

last yearHumor / odd : Boing Boing

Artist Karen X. Cheng tilted her camera on San Francisco's hills to make some mindbending gravity illusions. I sometimes feel like this when waiting for the bus in SF. (more…)

Dance Video Plays with Gravity

Dancer Karen X. Cheng uses San Francisco's steep hills as a dance partner to create fun optical illusions.

Illusion of the Day: Dancers Mess With Your Mind on the Streets of San Francisco

last yearHumor / odd : The Daily What

Your calves (and brain) might hurt after watching this. Dancer Karen X. Cheng, who entertained the Internet with her impression of a robot eating breakfast in April, is back with a new video that tilts the streets of San Francisco. The...Show More Summary

Tilting The Streets Of San Francisco

last yearHumor / odd : The Presurfer

San Francisco is notorious for its many steep hills. Ross Ching and Karen Cheng decided to have some fun with it. YouTube link The Presurfer

Dancers Defy Gravity on the Hills of San Francisco

Never Miss a Great Video: Subscribe to GOOD on YouTube Here’s a creative and simple idea that we like and it produces some very cool results. Karen X Cheng appears to violate the laws of gravity while grooving her way around San Francisco. Show More Summary

San Francisco's Steep Streets Are Leveled in This Impressive Video

last yearHumor / odd : mental_floss

Lovers of image stabilization will enjoy this mind-bending video made by Karen Cheng and Ross Ching. By fiddling with their camera's angle, the pair "leveled" the hilly streets of San Francisco. Besides being incredibly impressive to watch, the actors looks like they're having a ton of fun as they juggle, dance, and skip through the tilted streets. 

Clever Video Bends Reality By Flattening San Francisco's Hilly Streets

Video: Walking around in San Francisco can get tough because the city is just so damn hilly. Up and down and up and more up and you start to wish you could just flatten the streets. Karen Cheng and Ross Ching tweaked reality a bit by...Show More Summary

A Robot Fixes Breakfast

Dancer Karen X Cheng does her best impression of a stereotypical robot, mocking its imprecise movements as it tries to eat breakfast. Guess we’ll need to stock up for the robopocalypse. Bonus points for the audience member at 1:22.

Dancer Karen X. Cheng Clumsily Prepares Breakfast Like an Incompetent Robot

last yearHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

Designer-turned-viral-video-star Karen X. Cheng (previously) prepares breakfast like an incompetent robot in this live performance recorded at the MotherFlippin’ Flip Off Event in San Francisco back in March. Cheng gained online notoriety by teaching herself to dance in one year–a feat she documented in a 2013 time-lapse video. photo via Karen X. Cheng

Clumsy Robot Tries To Eat Breakfast

Performer Karen X. Cheng gets down to the most important meal of the day as a robot. Cheng once entranced the Internet by learning to dance in a year. But by the looks of her latest endeavor, it may take longer than that for her robot...Show More Summary

Just a Lady Robot Trying to Eat Some Breakfast

last yearHumor / odd : Neatorama

Here's a lady robot just trying to have a little breakfast of Cheerios and orange juice. Her name is Karen X. Cheng and you may remember her time-lapse video that went viral where she taught herself to dance in a year. Give her new video a watch: Thanks, Orion H.!

Performance of the Day: Girl Pretends to Be a Robot Making Breakfast

last yearHumor / odd : The Daily What

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, not just for humans but robots as well. In the video above, dancer Karen X. Cheng demonstrates how one of them might prepare a bowl of cereal and juice before heading off into the world to do robot things. Show More Summary

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