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Patagonia Wild Salmon Jerky

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Outdoor apparel company ventures into sustainable snacks with these delicious salmon treats $35.00

On first glance, a collection of salmon jerky products seems like an unlikely brand extension for an outdoor apparel company. But when that company is Patagonia, which lives and breathes environmentalism, it actually makes sense. Launched under the newly unveiled Patagonia Provisions program, Wild Salmon Jerky is available in three flavors (sold here as a three-pack) using selectively harvested,......read more

First Aid Kit "My Silver Lining"

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Swedish folkies unveil spooky video directed by Elliot Sellers

The Swedish sisters in First Aid Kit have unveiled a video for “My Silver Lining,” the lead single from their just-released album Stay Gold. Directed by Elliott Sellers, the spooky clip was shot in a mansion in Silver Lake, Los Angeles, and features the harmonizing sisters driving in a car with an invisible driver and shooting lightning from their fingertips. “We wanted to......read more

First Aid Kit "America" Video

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Swedish sister duo covers Simon & Garfunkel hit

 Swedish folk duo First Aid Kit put themselves on the indie music map with covers of bands like Fleet Foxes and R.E.M. Their latest cover comes in the form of Simon & Garfunkel's "America," a staple of their live show. In a statement, the Söderberg sisters explained the appeal of the song: “The structure of the song and the melody just make for an epic journey. The lyrics are......read more

alt-J "Left Hand Free" Video

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The first of two vids for "Left Hand Free" is a smorgasbord of summer cliches

In the post-MTV era, indie bands are lucky to have a label that backs the making of a video. "Left Hand Free," a bluesy number from Brit trio alt-J, has not one but two videos, the second dropped this week to coincide with a new push for radio play. Featured here is the first clip, released late in the summer, which may or may not leave you pining for summertime fun. The video, directed by Ryan......read more

Tweedy "Summer Noon"

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First-time director Allison House created this chill animated complement to standout from 'Boyhood' soundtrack

Tweedy, the new project from Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy and his son Spencer, is making internet waves this week for its hilarious, star-studded "Low Key" video. The newly released video led us to this earlier video for "Summer Noon," a supremely infectious tune featured on the Boyhood soundtrack. In the animated clip, created by first-time director Allison House, a lone red balloon drifts through......read more

Skylock

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World's first solar-powered bike lock $159.00

The brilliant, solar-powered Skylock is designed to make commuting nice and easy. The intelligent Bluetooth- or Wifi-enabled lock helps to greatly prevent theft and a need for keys while encouraging bike sharing among friends and family. Debuting in 2015, Skylock is now available for pre-order. (via Coolhunting)...read more

1900 Box

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12 booklets of perfume strips. A re-issue of the very first box made in 1900.

"Papier d'Arménie" shows off its history with an old fashioned design featuring some of the honours and awards that have been won since 1885. Capable of storing 12 booklets of 36 perfumed strips, this box constitutes a veritable journey back in time. Size: 12cm x 8.5cm x 1.7 cm. ...read more

Let Us Roam: Ray Barbee

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First episode of new Leica web series profiles legendary skater, photographer and musician

Helio Collective has teamed with iconic camera brand Leica to create Let Us Roam, a short film series exploring the lives of photographers, artists, filmmakers and musicians inside the skateboarding community. The series kicks off with a profile of San Jose, California native Ray Barbee, the never-not-smiling skate legend who has also made a name for himself in photography and music.......read more

World's First Solar Bike Path Launched

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Surprise, surprise, it's in the Netherlands

Scott Pierce for Collectively: Tourists often flock to Amsterdam for its delectable coffee shops. But there's more to do in the Netherlands than plopping down at one of these fine establishments. After all, inevitably inhaling stroopwafel and bitterballen is never a good look. If you find yourself in that hazy daze, look up! Chances are you'll notice most people riding......read more

A Life Well Lived

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Meet Jim Whittaker, the first American to climb Everest and one inspiring dude

A big thank you to Seattle's Eric Becker for introducing the Internet to Jim Whittaker, who fifty years ago became the first American to climb the tallest mountain in the world. The clip features some incredible footage from the first American Mount Everest Expedition, which reached the summit on May 1, 1963. It's a beautiful portrait of a seriously awesome and inspiring guy, with plenty of great......read more

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