To commemorate 25 years of Photoshop, watch the very first demo John Knoll gave on Photoshop.
A part of Japanese culture that I admire is the conscious decision to reduce things to their most minimal form. It also needs to be noted that Japanese minimalism does not sacrifice function over form, but marry the two together which is why I feel Japanese design and processes so enticing. A great example would be the gift wrapping tutorial below, so much simpler and cleaner than how I wrap gifts.
I learned the proper way to eat a cupcake a few years back, but instead of explaining it, here's a video!
Curious on how to create motion in still photographs? London-based artist, Joe Fellows does a quick walk through of the basic principles of creating a parallax effect using still photographs. All you need is working knowledge of Adobe Photoshop and After Effects.
Here is the final animation as well as a video Fellows brought to life for the World Wildlife Fund.