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Colorful Commotion

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In Berlin, a guerrilla art project makes unwilling artists out of cars.

Last week a group of cyclists dumped 13 gallons of paint on the road at Berlin’s busy Rosenthaler Platz, creating a series of colourful lines as cars drove through.The various colours of paint were dumped onto the road in large puddles at different locations throughout the intersection. As traffic drove through, the paint was spread around creating lots of colourful lines. The whole action took......read more

In the Great Outdoors with Andy Grellmann

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These gorgeous film images will inspire you to get outside

Vancouver's Old Faithful Shop is one of our favorite indie retailers and also happens to have a damn good blog. That's where we recently got hip to the work of Pacific Northwestern photographer Andy Grellmann, whose film images of idylllic scenes have us yearning for our next outdoor adventure. Like all great photography, Grellman's images from the lakes and forests of the Coast Mountains carry......read more

Planet Twelve

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Animation by Andy Martin

This is the twelfth and last animation from Andy Martin's year long illustration project 'Handymartian's Illustrated Aliens'. You see an archive of this project at illustratedaliens.tumblr.com/ where he uploaded a new alien illustration every day, building up to a monthly illustration of their planet. This planet was created during December 2013....read more

Andy Sewell: The Heath

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Evocative photographs of London's ancient urban park

With a history dating back over 1000 years, Hampstead Heath is an ancient urban park that has evolved into one of London's most beloved green spaces. At 790 acres, the heath is a sizable piece of (managed) nature in the heart of the city. Local photographer Andy Sewell brilliantly captures the serenity of the space in The Heath, an atmospheric series of images collected in a book of the same......read more

Daily Candy: Food Tripping on 'The Download'

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SHFT Food Tripping app featured on Daily Candy

Road trips: still cool. Bingeing on Big Gulps and Chik-fil-A: not so much. Wherever the highway takes you, open this free app for healthy-eating recommendations that bypass standard fast-food fare....read more

Nightingale and Canary

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Bird sounds visualized by Andy Thomas

Australian artist Andy Thomas created this wondrous short animation using abstract shapes that respond to the songs of a nightingale and a canary. The recorded bird sounds are from the archives of the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision in Hilversum. A specialist in "audio life forms," Thomas experiments with nature and technology by taking photos of plants, insects, and machines and......read more

The Peach Kings "Be Around"

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Dandy of a video by director Paul Trillo inspired by double exposed photography

Los Angeles duo Paige Wood and Steven Trezevant, aka The Peach Kings, have shared a new video for their hazy, distorted single "Be Around." The couple (an actual couple) turned to frequent collaborator Paul Trillo, a Brooklyn director who had already churned out two videos for the band. Trillo knocked it out of the park with this beautiful piece of film inspired by double exposed......read more

More Stunning Travel Photos by Randy P. Martin

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Staggeringly beautiful images from a perennial SHFT favorite

We've made no secret of our love for the work of Randy P. Martin, the Portland, OR-based photographer who has a distinct knack for capturing breathtaking travel images on film. His preferred subjects are small figures in huge sweeping landscapes, a nod to the Romantic notion of man's smallness in the face of nature's immensity. This latest selection, shot in locations as diverse as Oregon,......read more

Reclaimed Wood Six-Pack Tote

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Drink out of the box with this handy, handcrafted brew crate $35.00

Our favorite way to enjoy a summer eve at the park or in a friend's backyard is with an array of craft brews. But transporting a mismatched six-pack of beers is a tricky proposition. Bay Area designers David and Christopher Steinrueck answer the call with this handy beer tote, handcrafted out of redwood beams reclaimed from salvage yards in the San Francisco area. Perfectly sized to keep clinks......read more

Thinking Like the Dutch

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Urban development re-imagined on the Sandy-affected coast

To understand water management, there is no better country to learn from than Holland. The famously waterlogged nation has a system of dikes, dams and windmills that dates back to the Middle Ages, and it’s also where you’ll find the most innovative thinking about coast management today.  So when Shaun Donovan, Obama’s housing secretary, was selected to head up  the......read more

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