Posts Tagged ‘yo-yo’

“Throw” a great documentary about a yo-yoer named Coffin.

Throw is a short documentary that follows my friend Coffin Nachtmahr, a bad ass yo-yoer from East Baltimore that happens to have a speech impediment. Coffin never really felt like he fit in anywhere until he found a yo-yo. I think many of us have had issues fitting in, so this touching story is probably something […]

The Executive Kickstarter is ending soon- win a free prototype!

It’s only been a couple of weeks since Ernest and I launched our Executive Yo-Yo project on Kickstarter and the response has been tremendous! We are currently 500% above our goal and are trending to become the most popular yo-yo project on Kickstarter yet. The campaign ends in just a few days, so if you […]

Flipcircle, a new twist on the Gyroscopic Flop

New trick I'm working on. I call it Flipcircle. #trickcircle — Doctor Popular (@DocPop) February 7, 2016 Back in 2007 I started working on a new yo-yo trick called the Gyroscopic Flop. It’s a neat trick where you use gyroscopic procession to flip a yo-yo 180 degrees on it’s X axis. There have been […]

Mini-Pixel Dream Boy

eBoy, the art collective that specializes in insanely detailed pixel posters, shared with me a little preview from their upcoming San Francisco Pixorama poster. It’s a little tiny pixelized me! I guess this means I’ll be in the seen somewhere, I wonder where though?

Cirque Du Soleil’s Kurios

Last week, Christine and I went to go see Cirque Du Soliel’s Kurios. We’d been meaning to see it for a while, but we finally decided to buy our tickets when we found out our friend, Black, was a featured performer in the show. I think Kurios is my favorite Cirque show yet. Not that […]