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Brooklyn Informed: Water

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New SHFT series Brooklyn Informed launches with a look at water conservation efforts in the borough.

Brooklyn Informed, our new web series, profiles real people pursuing the practice of sustainability in BK, a breeding ground for greening activity. The series jumps off with an episode on water, going deep with artist Mary Jordan and entrepreneur Sean Meenan on their respective water conservation projects in the borough. ...read more

Chocolate Googly Eyes

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Playful Pop Art-inspired chocolate by Mary & Matt $10.00

From the never-not-fun chocolate collection by Mary & Matt come these Chocolate Googly Eyes -- the perfect gift for anyone with a sweet tooth and sense of humor. Designers by trade, Mary Mattson and Matt Even launched Chocolate Editions in 2009 as a fun creative outlet. While they produce the artisanal, small-run sweets in their Brooklyn kitchen, they don't consider themselves part of the......read more

Artist Plates for Azuero Earth Project

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A set of six limited edition art plates benefiting the Panama-based eco nonprofit $750.00

Based in Panama, the Azuero Earth Project is a US-registered earth conservation nonprofit dedicated to "preserving the earth’s ecosystems, protecting biodiversity, and promoting healthy communities by helping people to make informed decisions, take sustainable actions, and share knowledge." Lofty goals, indeed. And ones we can get behind. This set of six limited edition artist plates......read more

Tamaryn, "Heavenly Bodies"

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Suitably hazy visuals for dreamy new Tamaryn single

With her second LP, Tender New Signs, due next month, Tamaryn has released an appropriately hazy, color-saturated video for the very dreamy "Heavenly Bodies." In the vid, the New Zealand-born, San Francisco-based singer finds herself in some sort of hotel room flooded with projected visuals, from ocean seascapes to forest landscapes. Soon the projections become her reality and she finds herself......read more

Nell & Mary Tea Towel

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Reclaimed fabric tea towel made by hand in Portland, OR $19.00

Launched in 2011, handmade homeware brand Nell & Mary makes a limited collection of goods for the home, all thoughfully designed and crafted from their studio in--where else?--Portland, OR. Among the company's eco-friendly textiles is a line of tea towels made from reclaimed overstock fabric and printed with original N&M artwork. Mushroom lovers will adore the Morels......read more

Sunchoke Soup with Crispy Chips & Rosemary

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An unheralded root veggie stars in this delicious winter soup

If you've never tried sunchokes, you have no reason to feel bad. Despite their sweet, nutty flavor and unusual texture (somewhere between a water chestnut and a potato), not to mention the fact that the species of sunflower grows extensively throughout much of the U.S., sunchokes really don't get much shine in culinary culture. So we're psyched to have come across this sunchoke soup......read more

Majid Jordan "Forever Official" Video

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Directed by Common Good

Check out this traveling groove through city parks, laundry mats, and cavernous public spaces.  Good stuff....read more

Peaking Lights "Dream Beat"

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Directors Jordan Redaelli and Jason Miller follow a vogue-ing adventure in New York City from

Psychedelic LA act Peaking Lights released this video for "Dream Beat" from last year's dubby, brainmelting Lucifer LP. The clip is part of Urban Outfitters' music video series, in which the Philly-based retailer gives money to indie musicians to make videos. We're not mad. The husband-and-wife duo that make up the band only make a brief cameo in the video, as directors Jordan Redaelli and Jason......read more

Chris Jordan: Gyre

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Historic woodcut recreated using plastic trash from the ocean

Seattle artist Chris Jordan is well known for creating large-scale works depicting mass consumption and waste. Like most people, we first heard about him via "Midway, Message From The Gyre," his Prix Pictet-nominated photo series showing the deadly effects of oceanic plastic pollution on baby albatrosses. We're new to his ongoing "Running the Numbers" series, in which he recreates historic......read more

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