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Dead Man's Bones "Dead Hearts"

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Tense, haunting song provides perfect soundtrack to eerie animated video.

The video for lead single off Dead Man's Bones debut album, released in fall 2009, is a mesmerizing piece of work. Directed by the duo themselves (actor Ryan Gosling alongside Zach Shields), "Dead Hearts" got a huge helping hand from set designer Jed Hathaway, known for his work on the stop-motion Adult Swim show "Robot Chicken." A strange and wonderful short film....read more

Global Warming

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3D and video merged in sublimely beautiful bit.

Gorgeous melding of 3D and video used to deliver powerful message on climate change. Corny song, though (no offense, singer guy)....read more

Unchopping A Tree

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Powerful and beautiful video piece by Maya Lin debuted in Copenhagen.

This gorgeously produced video from world-renowned artist Maya Lin really packs a punch. We love Maya Lin's work in general - her earth wave at Stormking was something the SHFT team got very excited about. A pile of heavy-hitting doners contributed to this piece, which was produced by Radical Media - one of the top production companies around. Part of Maya Lin's last memorial entitled......read more

Caribou "Odessa"

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Winter landscapes, goats, and girls with bloody faces. Nope, it's not a death metal video.

Hazy wintry video for lead single off Caribou's upcoming album 'Swim,' out 4/20/10 on Merge Records. Epic overlay visuals by Video Marsh....read more

Tower of Power

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Is concentrated solar power the future of renewable energy? A Guardian video shines a light on the world's first commercial solar tower.

For most of us, the vision of a solar-powered future conjures a mental image of rooftops covered in photovoltaic panels. But PV tech is actually only a few decades old, and humans have been harnessing the sun's power for millenia. Concentrated solar power (CSP), or "solar thermal," is an ancient, low-tech version of solar energy capture, in which the sun's heat energy is used to boil water and......read more

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