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Christopher Smith, "Gently Gently"

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Splendid snow globe animation by Vancouver's Salazar collective

With much of the country caught in the midst of a summer heat wave, it's a good time to post this snowy, year-old video for "Gently Gently," a winsome track from Vancouver singer-songwriter Christopher Smith. The snow globe-esque animation was made by Salazar, a film collective with a bunch of stunning videos under its belt. Check out these making-of pics too. Cool. ...read more

BROKEN: Rock, Paper, Scissors

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Just watch this

When Rock stumbles upon the magical Paper, it's love at first sight. But when the wrath of Scissors threatens the well-being of Paper, Rock must stop at nothing to save what he loves most, no matter the cost. “Broken: Rock, Paper, Scissors” is a student animated short film, produced at Ringling College of Art & Design. "It’s our own visual representation of the......read more

Pretty Lights "Around the Block" (feat. Talib Kweli)

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Watch Brooklyn bump and bounce in this energetic clip from director Anthony Dickenson

Music video and commercial filmmaker Anthony Dickenson teamed up with Pretty Lights (aka Derek Smith) to create this lively clip for "Around the Block," from Smith's recently-dropped full-length A Color Map of the Sun. Shot in and around the Brooklyn studio where Pretty Lights works, the video is heavy on visual effects that bounce and shudder with the beats and bass. Completing the summer-in-NYC......read more

Taken By Trees, "Dreams"

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Swedish songstress heads to Oahu's North Shore for this beautiful, gauzy new vid

Taken By Trees, the solo bliss-pop project from ex-Concretes lead singer Victoria Bergsman, just released this video for "Dreams", which matches the song's dreamy, ethereal vibe with gauzy visuals shot on the North Shore of Oahu. As the soundtrack delivers a mix of clam-shell clap beats, hushed vocals and nimble guitar plucks, director Amanda Marsalis follows Bergsman as she cruises around......read more

Doug Aitken: Song 1

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A mesmerizing video of the recent outdoor installation at Hirshhorn Museum

With Song 1, New York artist Doug Aitken transformed the drab concrete exterior of Hirshhorn Museum in Washington D.C. into a panoramic canvas for a mesmerizing audio-visual spectacle. The site-specific installation, which ran until May 20, featured 11 high-def video projectors working in tandem to blanket the building’s entire surface with video. The song in question is the 1934 standard......read more

Shwood Skateboard Shades

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Broken skate decks upcycled into stylin' sunglasses

Oregon-based eyewear innovators Shwood hooked up with the HUF skate team in pursuit of Shwood's latest design experiment: shades made from broken skateboard decks. The results, shaped entirely in Shwood's woodshop, are a one-of-a-kind pair of sustainable sunglasses, crafted purely out of curiosity. We'd love to see these hit the market. From Shwood: A simple experiment with nature. Born from......read more

Vampire Weekend "Oxford Comma"

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Old-but-great vid for the Ivy League indie rockers, directed by Richard Ayoade.

Yep, we know, Vampire Weekend's video for "Oxford Comma" is over two years old. In Internet years, 2008 is basically caveman times. But goddamn, it's good. Directed by English comedian/writer/actor Richard Ayoade, it was shot in one long continuous take that took 17 attempts to nail. The vid, which features bandmembers strolling through the countryside, encountering farm......read more

The Sea and Cake "Weekend"

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A perfect summer day in the life of a kid.

Ah, summer holidays, how sweet you were. This 2008 video for Chicago's Sea and Cake is so leisurely and nostalgic it almost makes us mad. The short follows the happenings of a perfect summer day in the life of some young bros, which goes something like this: cruise to the lake on bikes and skateboards, chat up some girls, jump off a diving board, go swimming, rip around on a boat, walk......read more

Weekend Hippie

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Artist brings your ideas to life, sustainably.

Paul Nosa makes "sustainable art" using a sewing machine powered by his bike. You give him an idea in five words or less, and he sews a piece of art for you. Not just any idea, though. I tried "baby punched in face" and he politely declined. How rude....read more

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