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Shay Kun: Tear Drop

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Dreamy, photorealistic paintings of rain-soaked streets

Shay Kun's most recent collection of paintings depict rainy street scenes from the perspective of a driver or passenger in a car. The paintings, collectively titled Tear Drop (spotted on Faith is Torment), are so realistic that it's hard to believe there isn't some digital trickery at play. But these are not photoshopped; what you see is only oil painted on canvas by the hand of an artist......read more

Wild Nothing, "Paradise"

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Dreamy, airborne clip starring Michelle Williams

Known for playing complex roles in critically-acclaimed films, Michelle Williams is pretty much everyone's favorite actress. Here she brings her dramatic talents to the new music video for Wild Nothing's "Paradise." In the clip, her character takes an airborne journey from Los Angeles to Niagara Falls, bumping the moody pop song on her pink Walkman. Williams carries the moody vibe beautifully,......read more

Tamaryn, "Heavenly Bodies"

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Suitably hazy visuals for dreamy new Tamaryn single

With her second LP, Tender New Signs, due next month, Tamaryn has released an appropriately hazy, color-saturated video for the very dreamy "Heavenly Bodies." In the vid, the New Zealand-born, San Francisco-based singer finds herself in some sort of hotel room flooded with projected visuals, from ocean seascapes to forest landscapes. Soon the projections become her reality and she finds herself......read more

Separating GMO Facts from Fear

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In a brilliant article for The New York Times, Amy Harmon explores the fascinating fight over genetically modified crops in Hawaii

In the Sunday edition of The New York Times, Amy Harmon delivers a riveting long read about the battle over banning genetically modified crops on the island of Hawaii. The story follows the case of Greggor Ilagan, a Big Island councillor who supported the ban along with his liberal constituents. Wary of GMO scare stories, Ilagan sets out on a quest for the truth. Harmon traces the path of......read more

Creamy Foaming Cleanser by Suki

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Luxuriant vegan cleanser provides deep hydration $32.95

With a delicate mix of rejuvenating and exfoliating ingredients -- all of which are organic, vegan, and cruelty-free -- this Creamy Foaming Cleanser from Suki Face is the best women's facial wash we've come across. Unlike face cleansers that leave skin brittle and dry, the gentle foam actually hydrates your skin instead of stripping it. Pair it with a good moisturizer, and your facial skin care......read more

Joni Sternbach: Surfland

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Civil War-era photo technology used to create dreamy surfer pics

New York-based photographer Joni Sternbach specializes in the wet plate collodion photographic technique originally used during the American Civil War. The process requires a portable darkroom, since the wet plates have to be exposed and developed within about 10 minutes. In her amazing SurfLand series, Sternbach captures portraits of surfers from New York to Australia. The juxtaposition of......read more

Alternatives for Obama's Climate Change Program

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There's more to climate action than emissions regulations, author Amy Larkin argues

To we green-minded types, President Obama's emphatic inaugural address statements on climate change were welcomed with open ears. Looking ahead, most analysts predict that the EPA will flex its regulatory muscle to stem emissions, and others see the distinct possibility of Obama using executive power to install a cap-and-trade system for power plants. In a new HuffPo article, Amy Larkin, author......read more

Thailand on Film by Varunyoo Thongdee

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Dreamy analog images of southeast Asia

In the hot, sticky climate of southeast Asia, time slows down to a torpid pace. There's not much you want to do beside find some shade and chill out. Thai photographer Varunyoo Thongdee captures the mood nicely in the analog images he shoots in his homeland. With various western female travelers acting acting as his as muses, Varunyoo shoots dreamy photos of languid moments in the tropical heat.......read more

Dreamy Desert Photos by Alfredo de Stefano

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Conceptual photographer mixes natural and manmade elements to explore humanity's effect on the planet

"Deserts thrill us because they show us nature before man. They also show us what the world could be like after man has disappeared." - Théodore Monod Alfredo De Stefano is obsessed with deserts. Over the last several years, the contemporary Mexican photographer has visited arid landscapes all over the globe to create ethereal images that address the natural environment's elemental......read more

Hammock "Breathturn"

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Dreamy visuals directed by David Altobelli.

If we were to imagine the perfect imagery to go along with the deep ambient vibes of Hammock, it'd probably involve kids playing and things floating in the wind. Turns out David Altobelli agrees. The director's video for "Breathturn," from Hammock's 2010 record Chasing After Shadows... Living With the Ghosts, is a thing of beauty, nicely matching the Nashville post-rock......read more

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