Welcome to the Famous Five, 5 famous places ThemeKeeper items have been used.
What Rafael Nadal, Jack Whitehall (Again) and Jackie Chan’s Latest Film Used From Envato
Rafael Nadal’s Official Website
Using:Verve – High-Style WordPress Theme by Pirenko
Track used in segment: Summer Future Bass by gilv
Tennis champion, Rafael Nadal is using Verve – High-Style WordPress Theme by Pirenko on his official website.
It’s a great endorsement of the theme’s simple, yet creative template, as it’s kept things pretty much at the default settings, and just added in the site’s content.
A great theme, fit for one of the greatest tennis players in the world.
Jack Whitehall’s Official Website
Using:TapTap: A Super Customizable WordPress Mobile Menu by BonfireThemes
Track used in segement: Summer Future Bass by Fonomo
Last time, on the Famous Five, I told you about British comedian, Jack Whitehall using Avada on his website. Well, this week we’ve discovered that, on that very same site, he’s using another ThemeKeeper item as well.
TapTap, by BonfireThemes, is a super customizable WordPress Mobile Menu that the Whitehall site is using on top of Avada.
It’s simply laid out, and playful in the way that it animates. And an example of how you can blend two great items to make a perfect website.
Bolier & Redondo ft. Dana Sipos – Untangled (Official Music Video)
Using: Mountains by Rickyloca
Track used in segment: Melody Future Bass by cheasysound
DJs, Boiler & Redondo are using Mountains by Rickyloca in the official music video for their song “Untangled” ft. Dana Sipos.
Featuring a filtered version of this VideoHive stock footage, the aim of this video is mainly to establish a vibe through the visuals that matches, and supports the song, which it does very well.
The music video has gotten over 200 thousand hits on YouTube, and the song has been released by Spinnin’ Records, the same label as Calvin Harris and Tiesto.
Flocabulary Video for Teacher Appreciation Week
Using: Emotional Inspiring Cello & Piano by melodrama
For teacher appreciation week, which ran from May, 8 to May, 12 this year, Flocabulary, a US company that creates educational videos and materials, produced this video.
In it, they remember, and show appreciation for some of the teachers that played a big part in their lives.
A warm and fuzzy piece that fittingly uses Emotional Inspiring Cello & Piano by melodrama, underneath.
Kung Fu Yoga
Using: Breath Of Epic by REACTORENERGY
Track used in segment: Epic Adventure Game & Cinema Trailer by SilverHoof
And finally today, Jackie Chan’s latest film, Kung Fu Yoga is using Breath Of Epic by REACTORENERGY in its Russian trailer.
In the film, Chan plays a world-renowned archaeology professor, and goes on the hunt for lost ancient treasure when he, and his team, are ambushed and left for dead. This next bit’s an actual quote from the Google description: “Using his vast knowledge of history and kung fu, Jack (chan) leads his team on a race around the world to beat the mercenaries to the treasure and save an ancient culture.”
The film came out earlier this year, so expect to see it soon on a streaming service near you.
And that’s the Famous Five for this week.
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