In Eytan and The Embassy’s "Everything Changes" music video, lead singer Eytan Oren makes 18 costume changes. The video was done in a single take, with no edits. The core theme of the song is that people shouldn't "find themselves" but should "create themselves."
It took the band and crew a full day of rehearsal and 30 takes the next day to successfully capture the final video. Download the song for free here.
Geoffrey Countryman made 13 Star Wars costume changes to the tune of Eytan & The Embassy's Everything Changes.
Adam Togami ran a 5K race in 23 minutes, 25.0 seconds. He was dressed as a penguin and juggled three tennis balls throughout the run.
Danny "Fritz" Aquino completed an 800-meter run in two minutes, 19.27 seconds while dressed in a banana costume.
Doug McManaman fired five shots at a target while dressed as a lobster. He set the record on New Year's Day.
A total of 1,500 people with their puppets marched through Lincoln Park to the Capitol in Washington, D.C. on November 3, 2012. They set the record to show support for continued public funding of public media. Read more about the feat here.
Alex Clayton exchanged high fives with 116 people in one minute while wearing a banana costume.
Wayne A. ate 10 McDonald's hamburgers in three minutes, 5.51 seconds while dressed as Hamburglar.
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John Vinton remained completely silent for two minutes and 40.12 seconds
while dressed as a knight.
Joe Salter completed 12 catches performing a three-ball bounce juggling pattern while swimming dressed as a gorilla.
Lisa W. finished a marathon of 26.2 miles in four hours, 59 minutes, 41.00 seconds. She was dressed in a playing card costume throughout the event.
Jill E. nyaned for 41 minutes, 22.00 seconds wearing a homemade nyan cat costume.
Michele L. and 267 people dressed themselves in Superman costumes. They set the record in front of The Super Museum in Metropolis, Illinois where a giant Superman statue stands.
Nathan S. spun a top for 29.53 seconds while wearing a ninja mask.
Emily Casden threw 144 pieces of chalk at Ella Morton while Morton
was dressed in a taco suit, singing Space Oddity. The band Blast Off!!! accompanied Morton for her performance.
The record was at a World Record Appreciation Society event held at Joe’s Pub in New York City. Dan Rollman and Corey Henderson were present as witnesses.
Lindsey Hajduk coordinated with the Alaska Wilderness League, Center for Biological Diversity, Endangered Species Coalition and Sierra Club in gathering the largest group of people dressed as polar bears while dancing in 24 hours. A total of 391 people across the United States participated.
They set the record to raise awareness against offshore drilling, for protecting the Arctic region and in celebration of RecordSetter World Record Day.
View more photos at flickr.com/photos/polarbearuprising.
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