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Bon Iver, "Holocene" (Deluxe)

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Standout track on one of 2011's best albums gets a wintery new video

A couple weeks ago, Bon Iver released the "deluxe" edition of the band's self-titled LP, featuring 10 videos corresponding to each track on the album. Bon Iver's official website described the videos as "the comprehensive vision for the record captured in moving picture. The visual works both complement and enrich the audio on the album...while not music videos per se, these visual......read more

Bon Iver, "Towers"

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Eerie, bucolic clip directed by NABIL

2012 appears to be Bon Iver's year. We're barely through February, and the Eau Claire, Wisconsin band, led by main man Justin Vernon, has already notched a Grammy for Best New Artist and appeared on Saturday Night Live. With this newly-dropped video for "Towers," off of the outfit's stellar self-titled LP, the list of accomplishments continues to grow. Directed by Nabil Elderkin (who also......read more

Bon Iver, "Beth/Rest"

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New video co-directed by Justin Vernon and Dan Huiting follows the story of two star-crossed lovers in hazmat suits

"Beth/Rest,"the closing song on Bon Iver's Grammy-winning eponymous LP, is unabashed soft rock of the '80s variety, complete with saxophone, synth and sentimental lyrics. Now the song has a video that is just as heartfelt and (frankly) cheesy as the song itself. Co-directed by Mr. Bon Iver Justin Vernon alongside Dan Huiting, the video follows the story of two star-crossed lovers in illuminated......read more

NYC Garbage Cube

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Artist Justin Gignac would like to thank you for littering.

The key to a successful business is good margins, the difference between what you buy stuff for and what you sell it for. So when what you're selling costs you nothing to buy, and it retails for $50 or $100, you're in good shape. Such is the case with Justin Gignac's New York City Garbage project, in which the artist/entrepreneur gathers trash found on the streets of Manhattan,......read more

Photographer Justin Carrasquillo Captures People in Nature

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Take a visual trip to epic vistas around the country

From the impressive portfolio of LA photographer Justin Carrasquillo come these breathtaking images of people contemplating natural landscapes. Taking from his People series, the photos show off his eye for sweeping American vistas and beautiful natural light. From his artist statement: Whatever the locale, on the best days [my] images will stir up unexpected feelings and thought in the viewer......read more

Gardens NYC: Let It Grow

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On a Brooklyn rooftop, Justin Vernon joins the shift.

For Justin Vernon, there's more to gardening than growing plants. His rooftop garden, one of the many cropping up on the Brooklyn skyline, is part of a broader shift in environmental consciousness. The moment he started thinking of the planet as a living entity, Justin couldn't wait to get some seeds and get down to business. Now, with the Gaia philosophy informing his approach, Justin raises......read more

Straight Line Designs

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Offbeat custom furniture designs from Justin Beaumont.

Straight Line Designs are anything but. The 25-year old design workshop in Vancouver, British Columbia produces custom furniture, installations and private commissions with an offbeat, quirky sense of humor. Run by Judson Beaumont, Straight Line uses a wide variety of materials including local maple and pine that's been ravaged by pine beetles and is considered unfit for most commercial......read more

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