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They Might Be Giants "Electric Car"

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Brooklyn sustainable furniture company launches new line crafted from an iconic material — reclaimed Coney Island boardwalk.

Animal friends going for a ride in a green vehicle is never a bad thing, in our opinion. Brooklyn's Tiny Inventions delivers the goods with a fun and fantastic multimedia interpretation of They Might Be Giants' "Electric Car". ...read more

Tatiana Plakhova: Geosphere

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Combining art and science, a Russian designer applies geometric graphics to landscape photos

With inspiration from the complex mathematical patterns found in nature, Tatiana Plakhova creates fascinatingly futuristic illustrations that apply geometric lines to landscape photos. The results are stunning. These selections, from the Moscow-based designer's "Geosphere" collection, clearly show off her vision and talent. "My works are based on mathematical simplicity and harmony," she says.......read more

The Washingtonian: Adrian Grenier and Peter Glatzer Bring SHFT to Washington

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The cofounders of the environmental awareness and lifestyle site joined Senator Chris Dodd for an evening with the Motion Picture Association of America

After a visit to the White House to discuss environment and energy policy, SHFT's co-founders presented five SHFT short films at the MPAA with a reception hosted by MPAA CEO Senator Chris Dodd.  ...read more

James "Moving On"

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Amazing stop-motion video made by Ainslie Henderson using yarn

The latest creation by BAFTA-nominated animator Ainslie Henderson is a heart-wrenchingly beautiful stop-motion video made using yarn. The clip was created  for "Moving On" by UK band James, a track written about the passing of lead singer Tim Booth's mother. Henderson depicts a story of life and death in yellow wool, with a young woman dancing freely in one scene, while a character in......read more

Collages in Motion

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Joseba Elorza's crazy beautiful video for Dallas based band Air Review

This whimsical artist's video for Air Review makes us very happy.  Check out this truly imaginative vid and make yourself smile.  You're welcome. (via Ignant)...read more

Gabriel Garzon-Montano "Everything Is Everything"

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Imaginative stop-motion animation by Santiago & Joe

Up-and-coming directorial duo Santiago and Joe got experimental with their clip for "Everything is Everything," a soulful standout from Gabriel Garzón-Montano's debut EP, Bishouné: Alma del Huila. The pair captured a bunch of live footage of NYC busker Vlad Laksin dancing and singing in a park. Then they played the footage on an iPad and put the iPad in a......read more

Camera in Motion: Photos by Rolf Sachs

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Scenic alpine sojourn captured in transit

The train route from Chur, Switzerland to Tirano, Italy traverses snow-capped mountains, forested expanses and quaint alpine villages. London-based artist and designer Rolf Sachs takes us with him along this dramatic passage in "Camera in Motion," a collection of photographs shot from a moving train. Sachs shot 12,000 photos in the span of a year during his trips between the two cities, with each......read more

London Grammar "Hey Now"

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In which a floating blonde wig sets off a stop-motion laser show in a forest

Genre-defying trio London Grammar has shared a weirdly romantic video for "Hey Now," in which a spectral wig floats through a forest in search of a mate, and sets off a stop-motion laser show in the process. The clip, created by Chris Ullens, makes a mesmerizing pair with the sweeping, emotional sounds of the track. Watch as dazzling shapes, vectors, and patterns light up the trees, before......read more

Bombay Bicycle Club "Carry Me"

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Unique video pays tribute to stop-motion master Eadweard Muybridge

Prolific London four-piece Bombay Bicycle Club have shared not one but two videos for "Carry Me," the eponymous lead single off their upcoming album. Both videos pay homage to Eadweard Muybridge, the great pioneer of stop-motion photography. One is an interactive clip that allows viewers to create their own stop-motion animations by controlling the band and accompanying dancers' actions......read more

Dance Movements Become Digital Sculptures

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CCTV idents use 3D graphics to turn body motion into artistic patterns

This transfixing series of short clips for China's CCTV Documentary Channel makes other TV station identifications (idents) seem, well, crappy. A collaborative effort between Taiwan studio JL Design and Lithuanian digital production studio Korb, the idents show people creating seemingly 3D structures as they move. Dubbed "motion sculptures," the works are based on four themes and represent four......read more

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