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Waste Land Trailer

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A prize-winning documentary about beauty, redemption, and garbage

Outside of Rio de Janeiro lies Jardim Gramacho, the world's largest landfill, where 3,000 "catadores" make their living foraging for recyclables among the garbage. In Waste Land, a documentary that opens in U.S. theaters this week, director Lucy Walker chronicles a project by Brazil-born, Broooklyn-based artist Vik Muniz, who returned to his homeland to create portraits of the catadores made from......read more

Street Sweeper

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From Rupert Walker

Inspired by Martin Luther King Jr.’s speech, ‘Street Sweeper’, 1967. Rider: Brandon Semenuk Film/Edit: Rupert Walker Location: Barcelona, Spain Animation: Scott Waraniak VFX: Dan Gaud Audio: Keith White Photography: Hector Saura Music: Snake Eyes (Instrumental) – The Earth and Arrow (Licensing through Marmoset Music) Voice Over: Martin Luther King Jr. –......read more

Thank You for Sharing

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Collaborative consumption is the new rideshare, writes Daniela Walker for our friends at Collectively

Daniela Walker for Collectively: Six years ago the idea of a stranger staying your in apartment while you were away was an uncomfortable thought. Who would want a stranger snooping around their stuff? Invading their private space? And then people began to realize that they could make money from strangers inhabiting their place and thus, Airbnb was born. While that is not an accurate history......read more

This Furniture Used to be Political Campaign Signs

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By Daniela Walker for Collectively

After the dust has settled on an election in Brazil, there is one visible reminder of what went down: piles of political campaign sandwich boards strewn across streets and sidewalks, no longer wanted or needed. In the country's capital, Brasilia, there is 50 tons of campaign trash leftover each election year, according to JWT Brazil. But this year, Mobilise Brasil, a non-profit initiative that......read more

Sufjan Stevens, "All For Myself"

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Stop motion video directed by Matt and Julie Walker.

For us, Sufjan Stevens' sensitive indie-pop conjures images of dudes in tight brown cords and chunky black glasses sipping kombucha and burning incense. Thankfully, Matt and Julie Walker (aka Tiger in a Jar)'s visual interpretation of his music is far more creative. The duo's stop-motion video for "All For Myself," off Sufjan's latest LP Adz of the World, involves a Tyrannosaurus lumberjack who......read more

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