This drone video takes you on a tour of the City Museum, which was opened in St. Louis, MO in October of 1997.
The museum was created by the artist Bob Cassilly. Cassilly converted a 10-story, 600,000 square foot warehouse that previously housed a shoe company into the magical twisting and turning world you see in the video, with the goal of creating a “city within a city.”
Working with a group of artists that included welders, painters, and sculptors, Cassilly built the museum over several years, starting in 1993 and finally opening it in 1997.
Over that entire time the group—which became known as the Cassilly Crew—worked in secret, which meant that when the museum finally opened it was the first time anyone had seen what they’d been building for all those years.
Thanks, Acid Cow
Drone footage filmed at Longwood Gardens outside of Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
I shot this video last Memorial Day at Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery. After an hour or so someone approached me and told me that drones were not allowed in the cemetery. I certainly wouldn’t have done it if I had known that.
Normally there would be flags at every gravesite but they didn’t do that last year because of the pandemic.
A little drone tour of a bowling alley…