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Great bands showing us how they tour green.
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Within the urban jungle, New Yorkers claim their little patch of green
LA County Museum of Art partnered with SHFT on a series about food, community, and broadening the definition of art.
SHFT produced a series of Public Service Announcements around recent environmental policy.
An up-close look at the kids that are shaping our sustainable food future, presented by Lockerz and SHFT
SHFT @ Sundance and SHFT @ SXSW
This series was spearheaded by Adrian, whose appreciation of the nature found within the city has always been a part of the beauty of his New York. Director Jason Banker finds a range of subjects -- idiosyncratic Manhattanites and Brooklynites who have cultivated their own gardens and found corners to plant and grow things from vegetables and fruit for their kitchens to herbs for homemade wellness formulas. The juxtaposition of urban landscape and green oasis is evident in each one of these episodes. There's a balance in life that is somehow crystalized in New York when it comes to concrete vs. nature. Where the hectic buzz of productivity gives way to a peaceful little garden. The combination -- in the right proportions -- can be ideal.