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Johnny Kelly: Shape

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Deceptively simple, beautifully rendered animation promotes design to young people

“Shape," the latest effort from After Effects wiz Johnny Kelly, is a tale of progress, technology and the changing shape of the world around us. The film was commissioned by Pivot Dublin for makeshapechange, a project created to “get young people thinking about how the world is made around them, and where design fits in.” Scott Burnett of......read more

A Force for Nature

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A new book from John Adams, founder of the Natural Resources Defense Council.

In 1969, raw sewage floated through the waterways of New York City and soot from smokestacks choked the air. The situation was much the same in other American cities. John Adams and his wife Patricia decided to do something about it, creating the Natural Resources Defense Council in New York City. Today, the group has 1.3 million members along with a staff of over 300 scientists, lawyers, and......read more

"Again" feat. John John Florence

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From Fiji to Bali, one of the world's great surfers delivers

What can you say about John John Florence? For a few years now, the world has been watching his meteoric rise on the pro surfing circuit. And now, teaming up with director Blake Vincent Kueny, we catch another story, in a different light.   Filmed on location in Fiji and Bali, there's a statement here, perched somewhere between the poetic and the utterly non-verbal. Elusive as it......read more

GM Recycles Oil Booms for Car Parts

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Dirty booms move from the Gulf to your car's interior.

After doing their job absorbing leaked oil, dirty oil booms typically go to the their graves in the landfill, where they languish for eternity. But, as GreenTech Media reports, that doesn't have to be the case. In a triumphant PR move, General Motors has found a way to intervene in the cycle, by making use of oil booms from the Gulf for passive car parts like air dams and water deflectors.......read more

Spring To Come

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John Butler Trio

John Butler Trio proudly present their latest video for ‘Spring To Come’ the opening track from their acclaimed ‘Flesh & Blood’ album released earlier this year. Created by Jonathan Chong aka Dropbear, an amazing director and animator who has worked on a number of award winning videos such as Hudson and Troop’s Against The Grain. He enlisted the services of......read more

Midlake "The Old & The Young"

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Cranky old man transforms into gleeful dancer in new video for Texas psych stalwarts

Texas indie-psych band Midlake recently dropped their new album, Antiphon, their first release with guitarist Eric Pulido on vocal duties since the departure of former singer Tim Smith. Now the band has shared a new video for "The Old & The Young," the album's second single, and it's a perfect match for their bucolic sound. UK director Ollie Murray filmed the clip on a sheep farm near his......read more

Scientists Agree (Again): Climate Change is Happening

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97% of scientists agree that humans are causing climate change. Tom Zeller Jr. examines the gap between scientific consensus and public perception

Tom Zeller for The Huffington Post: Public opinion on the topic of climate change is notoriously fickle, changing -- quite literally sometimes -- with the weather. The latest bit of evidence on this: Yale's April 2013 climate change survey, which found, among other things, that Americans' conviction that global warming is happening had dropped by seven points, to 63 percent, over the preceding......read more

John Crawford: Aerial Nudes

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Kiwi photographer snaps nakedness from above

We've featured plenty of amazing aerial photography 'round these parts, but New Zealand's John Crawford takes sky-shooting to a whole other dimension. In his Aerial Nudes series, Crawford creates a unique mash-up between aerial landscapes and nude photography, as he takes to the air to capture a lone naked female form lying in various environments. The results are amusing and visually......read more

John Grade: La Chasse

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Spooky sculpture haunts a French forest.

If you happened to be walking through the Scarpe-Escaut forest in northern France lately, you'd be forgiven for running away terrified when you came across 'La Chasse' (The Hunt), a Blair Witch-esque installation by Seattle artist John Grade. The wood-and-string sculpture cuts an eerie figure, like an architectural skeleton in the natural environment of the......read more

Johnson's Backyard Garden

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Austin-based urban farm serves up organic delights

The locavore/organic food movement is alive and well in Austin, TX, and Johnson's Backyard Garden is right in the middle of it. Located in East Austin, the Johnson garden has been producing organic veggies since 2004. Today, the city farm stays active supplying local eateries, selling at local farmers' markets, and packing CSA boxes for hungry locals with an interest in fresh, local, organic......read more

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