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How Apple and Nike have branded your brain

3.7 mln views. Powerful branding can not only change how you feel about a company, it can actually change how your brain is wired.

Living in a tiny nyc apartment for $650 a month

5 mln views. Inside the smallest micro apartment in NYC which also happens to be the cheapest tiny apartment measuring 80 square feet.

Minimalism

8.4 mln views. We examine the simple lives of minimalists from all walks of life–families, entrepreneurs, artists, journalists, and a Wall Street broker.

The complex geometry of Islam’s cultural masterpieces

Waldemar Januszczak, sets out on an epic journey of discovery across the Muslim world from Central Asia to the heart of the Middle East and beyond.

Bob Ross – Island in the Wilderness

47 mln views. Take a walk with Bob Ross down a little lakeside path in a secluded place. You will be delighted by the discovery of a small uninhabited island.

World’s Most Viewed TikToks!

85 mln views. Chris and MrBeast react to the 25 most viewed TikToks ever.

Fast Food and Car Culture

This episode explores how car culture and the restaurant industry collided in the Los Angeles region, forever shaping the way Americans dine and drive.

Ride: A Short Film About Cycling

Meet bicycle mechanic and cyclist Ian. It’s the human power of turning feet over and over in a supple motion and the rhythm of your body moving.

He’s Lived 50 Years Off the Grid in Appalachia

Deep in the woods of North Carolina is a man who's lived off the grid for 50 years. Here he's mastered the techniques of a life tuned to nature.

New York City 1970s

Featuring some landmark scenes of the city ~ from the skyscrapers to the trains and the bridges. I tried to capture the vibe of the city in those times.

How LVMH Became A $500 Billion Luxury Powerhouse

The luxury conglomerate LVMH controls 75 Maisons, brands, including Tiffany & Co., Sephora, Dior, Givenchy and TAG Heuer.

The ‘IKEA Effect:’ An unique business model

WSJ explores some of the strategies the Swedish company has used to become the world’s biggest furniture retailer

Inside Airport: Lost & Found

People lose millions of items at airports each year. Follow the journey of the stuff from found in Seattle to sold in Alabama or auctioned in Pittsburgh.

Brittany Murphy at Blockbuster

MTV News celebrates the legacy of Brittany Murphy by looking back at her memorable visit to a local Blockbuster Video in 2004.

What happens when we sleep?

We all do it, but what happens to us when we sleep?

Hayao Miyazaki | The Mind of a Master

This video is an exploration of what is so unique about the work of Hayao Miyazaki.

Ritz: the story behind the famous luxury hotels

This is the first and only filmed biography about Cesar Ritz, inventor of modern hotel business.

A Lego Brickumentary

A look at the global culture and appeal of the LEGO building-block toys.

Quentin Tarantino: From a movie buff to a hollywood legend.

Quentin Tarantino's films are characterized by stylized violence, extended dialogue, and references to popular culture.

Twitter = Fake news? Elon Musk vs BBC

Sky News host Chris Kenny discusses a BBC reporter making “up their own narrative” while interviewing Elon Musk.

Studying happiness: What makes a good life?

Robert Waldinger shares three important lessons learned from studying happiness, as well as some practical, old-as-the-hills wisdom.

The historical development of Las Vegas

In Las Vegas, the sky’s the limit. However, a century ago the city did not even exist.

The world’s biggest mall in Tehran, Iran

The Iran Mall is the biggest shopping mall in the world in terms of area, and one of the largest commercial, cultural and social projects in the world.

Will and Kate: Raising a Royal Family

The Duke and the Duchess are changing the royal parenting game. Take a look at how they are raising the Next Generation of Royals.