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Dopper Original in Red

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Dutch company commemorates Red Dot Design Award nomination with a limited edition, 'simply red' water bottle $16.25

In celebration of landing an honorable mention at the prestigious Red Dot Design Awards, Dopper has released a limited edition version of its Original water bottle in red. The reuseable bottle, designed and produced in Holland, sports the clean, minimal aesthetics we've come to expect from the Dutch. Featuring a screw top that acts as a little cup, the Dopper Original is made of BPA-free plastic......read more

L.E.D. Snowboarding

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A lone glowing man shreds the French Alps at night

In "Glowing Man," renowned London fashion photographer Jacob Sutton exchanges beautiful women in expensive clothes for a pro snowboarder outfitted in a luminescent suit. Filming with a Red Epic camera, Sutton caught an LED suit-clad William Hughes shredding the slopes of Tignes, France at night. The contrast of the bright suit against the dark night is nothing short of amazing,......read more

Redwood

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Nature porn at its finest

With "Redwood," San Francisco director/photographer Steven Poe offers up an amazing slice of nature porn in the form of a dreamlike adventure through California's coastal forests. Set to a score by Yuki Murata, the video is a gorgeous, meditative redwood forest experience. The project began as a personal challenge to practice shooting high-contrast scenes, Poe said, but grew......read more

Growing is Forever

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Jesse Rosten's ode to the Redwoods.

If you've ever been to the old-growth Redwood forests of Northern California, you know there's some seriously awe-inspiring, ancient vibes among those trees. "Growing is Forever" is a short from Jesse Rosten that he calls his "best attempt to capture the reverence I feel when in the presence of these giants." Not a bad attempt! If the narration is a bit too earnest......read more

A Year on the Road: 7 Years Later

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An accidental self-portrait series in the redwood forest

I stumbled upon a fallen redwood in Northern California along the Avenue of the Giants in 2005. I immediately fell in love with the grove, including what I have since called "my tree." I set everything up and took a self-portrait in black and white film. Every year and sometimes twice a year since, I have carefully picked my way through the Avenue of the Giants in the hope that I will recognize......read more

Rhian Sheehan "Standing in Silence Pt 3"

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A beautiful, haunting journey from eco-topia to post-industrial wasteland.

Kiwi electronic composer Rhian Sheehan creates evocative soundscapes featuring ambient melodies and pieces of environmental field recordings collected on his travels. As a musician that works primarily in film and television, Sheehan's work has a decidedly cinematic feel. Take, for example, "Standing in Silence - Part 3 (Niva's Tune)," from his 2009 recording Standing in......read more

Food Tripping Across America: Baton Rouge, LA

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Food Tripping locates the best local spots in the South

As Louisiana's second biggest city, Baton Rouge sits comfortably on Interstate 10, making it a perfect place to explore on any cross-country roadtrip. Begin at Truly Free Bakery, where they bake the most delicious organic treats from scratch with all natural, organic ingredients. Endless healthy food options makes Truly Free a great place to start your day. Don't pass up the breakfast tacos......read more

Raindrops

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Watch skateboarders get pelted by water balloons in the latest video from Lamar+Nik

The directing duo of Jesse Lamar High and Nik Harper, aka LAMAR+NIK, just sent us their latest clip, and it's unsurprisingly sweet. Shot in super slow motion on a Red Epic camera, the boys captured their skater buddies throwing down tricks while being pelted by pastel-colored water balloons. The result is good-times visual feast, done on what we can safely assume was no budget (minus the $20,000......read more

Red Drops of Life

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A story of the senses told through grape-growers and the wine they produce

In "Red Drops of Life," filmmaker Caspar Diederik takes a trip to southern Italy to uncover Aglianico, a unique grape cultivated on the volcanic soils of the Basilicata region. Part of the StoryTravelers series of tourism videos, Diederik's clip focuses on the stories behind the wine and the region it comes from:  With “Red drops of life” I wanted to visualize the story behind......read more

Paine's Red Cedar Incense

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Welcome the scent of the great outdoors into your home $8.00

Paine is a family-owned Maine company that has been producing woodsy products for the home since 1931. Among them are several varieties of 100 percent natural incense that bring the scent of the great outdoors into your home. Our favorite is Red Cedar, which emits the wholly pleasing aroma of a campfire in a Pacific Northwestern forest. A true American classic, available via......read more

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