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Brooklyn Informed: Brooklyn Flea

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Shopping sustainably at one of the world's greatest flea markets.

We love us a good flea market, and not only because of all the cool objects and their stories, but also because thrifting is a sustainable way to buy things. Call it conscious consumption. In this episode of Brooklyn Informed, we pay a visit to one of our favorite shopping spots, the Brooklyn Flea, which The New York Times calls "One of the great urban experiences in New York." With its......read more

Trashed Bike Tire Tubes Turned into Stretchy Storage Units

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Upcycling ingenuity by Michael Konstantin Wolke

With a design practice focused on the endless possibilities of found materials reuse, Cologne, Germany-based designer Michael Konstantin Wolke conjures truly inventive new uses for old discarded stuff. His coolest creation may be these wardrobe units, which consist of from bicycle inner tubes wrapped around a metal frame. Super smart. Also check out his recycled cardboard light......read more

Bicycle Sounds

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Watch Stephen Meierding's musical entry into the Bike Shorts film competition

From Brian Eno to Autechre, musicians long have used found objects to create sounds for songs. Hell, one of the greatest records of all time, the Beach Boys' Pet Sounds, has a song ("You Still Believe In Me") featuring bike bells and horns. But this we've never seen. In "Bicycle Sounds," a short video from photographer Stephen Meierding (who shot the Biolite Stove!), we watch and listen to an......read more

Just Discovered: 31 Rolls Of Film From WWII

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Shot by unknown (super talented) soldier

Founded by photographer Levi Bettweiser, the Rescued Film Project works to recover and develop unclaimed rolls of film from the 1930s to 1990s in an effort to reveal hidden memories and significant moments from past decades. In late 2014 at an auction in Ohio, Bettweiser came across one of his biggest finds yet: 31 rolls of film shot by an unknown soldier during World War II. Labeled with......read more

Memoryhouse, "Heirloom"

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Another doozy from Jamie Harley

Are Jamie Harley and Memoryhouse the rice and beans of indie rock? 'Cause they go together goooood. Harley's hazy Polaroid aesthetic, full of quick cuts and double exposures, is basically the visual equivalent of the Memoryhouse sound. The video for Memoryhouse’s “Heirloom” is their second collaboration, and much like their first, features sepia-tinged visuals compiled from......read more

Panda Bear,"You Can Count On Me" (Unofficial)

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Vintage visuals set the scene for Noah Lennox jam

London-based artist/director Lluís Panadès Julià, who works under the Panaframe moniker, assembled this found footage piece for Panda Bear's "You Can Count on Me," off of Tomboy, the second solo album from the Animal Collective songwriter. The hazy vintage footage, borrowed from the 1974 Polish film Immoral Tales, provides a fitting backdrop to Panda......read more

Foxes In Fiction, "School Night"

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Found footage video by Jamie Harley

Director Jamie Harley comes through with another dreamy found footage video, this time for "School Night" by Foxes in Fiction. The video is part of a larger project called "Slow Motion -- A Visual Mixtape," put together by Stadiums & Shrines and Flashlight Tag, a couple indie music bloggers who got some of their favorite filmmakers in the Vimeo community to......read more

Dumbo Gets Mad, "Plumy Tale"

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Summery visuals for throwback psych jam

Dumbo Gets Mad is the unfortunately-named solo music project of a mysterious Italian dude (now living in Los Angeles) with a penchant for retro psychedelia. With its soaring organs, driving bassline, and la-la-la chorus, "Plumy Tale" is a nice slice of 60s psych rock, reinvented for the 21st century with fuzzed-out blips and electronic squawks. The video, a series of clips of surfers and beach......read more

Washed Out, "Before" (Unofficial)

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Standout track off new Washed Out record laced with nostalgic visuals by Franck Deron

We've said it before: fan-made music videos are one of the internet's greatest gifts. Add this one to the pile. Director/editor/photographer Franck Deron cobbled together some vintage visuals to set with Washed Out's "Before," a highlight off his well-received Within and Without LP, released a week ago on Sub Pop. The grainy, nostalgic clips sit well with the bliss-pop rhythms and Ernest Greene's......read more

Joakim, "Forever Young"

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Nice found footage vid for Joakim's wistful Indian summer jam

Contrary to popular opinion, the most awkward phase in life isn't puberty. It's the weird never-years time between youth and middle age, when you're not quite sure what to do with yourself. Joakim's "Forever Young," an optimistic jam about the fleeting pleasures of youth, is dedicated to those oddball years. The Paris producer's goal with the sound was "to make the soundtrack of a......read more

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