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DIY Prefab Shed From Kekkila Garden

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Garden shed turned backyard retreat

Um, can you say "naptime"? This airy prefab garden shed from Finnish designers  Ville Hara and Linda Bergroth of Hel Yes! studio blows away any preconceived notions of what a shed looks like. The combined greenhouse and shed kit, a modular design manufactured by Kekkila Garden, has been customized by Bergroth as her own lakefront summer retreat,......read more

Canyons, "When I See You Again"

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Weirdly euphoric, mildly NSFW new clip from directing duo Fleur & Manu

Here's Canyons' new video for "When I See You Again," the standout track off the Aussie band's Keep Your Dreams LP. Directed by Fleur & Manu, the same team behind some of our favourite clips from the likes of M83 and Sebastien Tellier, the video weaves together a bunch of found footage of friends, lovers, sunshine and memories. The whole thing views like a weird highlight reel of the......read more

Tame Impala, "Elephant"

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Swirling visual effects applied to psych rock stormer

Yoshe Sodeoka must be an Aussie-phile. Fresh off applying his signature washed-out effects to a Canyons track, the New York-based director did a similar favor for their Australian psych compadres, Tame Impala. Here, Sodeoka runs live footage by Aussie creative collective The Silentlights through swirling, analogue-style effects. The kaleidoscopic effects offer a perfect visual......read more

Tame Impala, "Feels Like We Only Go Backwards"

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Mindmelting animation features 1,000 plasticine collages made by hand

The new video for "Feels Like We Only Go Backwards," the second single from Tame Impala's landmark Lonerism LP, carries on with the swirling, psychedelic visual aesthetic on full display in the Aussie band's previous video. This time, however, directors Joe Pelling and Becky Sloan take a handmade approach, individually making 1,000 plasticine collages that are......read more

Fincube by Studio Aisslinger

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This sustainable, transportable home is the epitome of natural high-tech

Berlin-based architectural outfit Studio Aisslinger has created what may be the most stunning modular home ever built. The conceptual building, dubbed Fincube, is "nomadic" in the sense that it can be easily dismantled and reassembled on a new site. The prototype, pictured above, has been constructed near Bozen in Northern Italy, almost 4,000 feet above sea level, with the Dolomite......read more

Elliot Modular Planters

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Dress up a drab interior with these terrific tabletop planters from Good Erdle $28.00

These modular planters are handmade by the father-son team at Good Erdle using white stoneware clay from Ohio. The good-looking tabletop system can be arranged in endless configurations to suit your space and liven up the vibe. Because there are no drainage holes in the legs, the planters are best used with flora like succulents and cacti that require less watering. There's no danger of leakage,......read more

Modularean Eco Dollhouse

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The doll house of tomorrow, today

This doll house of the future (or we guess present) has a to-scale collection of Bozart furnishings, all designer- and artist-approved miniatures. Clear panels slide aside opening the rooms from floor to ceiling to the environment, and skylights open for a hand to reach in and move the furniture around. Balanced on one caster wheel, the house can be rolled onto its drought-tolerant yard of......read more

Ars Natura: Fragile Blue Globe

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The story of the COP15 logo.

The sketchy, ephemeral blue globe which served as the official logo for the COP15 climate talks in Copenhagen has in interesting story. The UN in conjunction with the Danish Ministry of Culture launched a design competition in the early part of the year to create an identity for what would become the most important climate summit in history. The judges received hundreds of entries and selected a......read more

Scraplights Disc by Graypants

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Cardboard scraps brilliantly repurposed as light fixtures $279.00

Seattle-bred design collective Graypants turns heads with their handmade Scraplights, which proudly tell the story of the journey from dull, discarded cardboard box to  stunning, unique light fixtures. The Scraplights come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes to fit any space. Here we feature our favorite, the Disc-16, which instills a curvaceous new spirit into salvaged pieces of......read more

Graypants Recycled Scrap Lights - Hive

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Gorgeous reuse and brilliant design. $219.00

Graypants use their scrap lights to proudly tell the story of their journey from being a dull, discarded cardboard box to becoming a stunning, unique light fixture. Instilling new spirit into salvaged pieces of corrugated cardboard, a scrap light’s lively play on light and shadow invigorates once lifeless materials....read more

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