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PALM ROT

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By Ryan Gillis

Investigating a mysterious explosion in the Florida Everglades, a crop-duster named Bill discovers a lone crate that survived the wreckage. Curiosity gets the better of him and he pulls the crate unto his airboat. That's just the first in a series of decisions he learns to regret. PROCESS BLOG : gillizamastudios.com/blog/category/palm-rot/ Official Selection SUNDANCE 2015 Official Selection......read more

Sigur Ros "Gobbledigook"

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Directed by Arni & Kinski, inspired by and in collaboration with Ryan McGinley

Ryan McGinley's work is sensual, natural and perfectly suited for one of our favorite bands, Sigur Ros, and their inspired track Gobbledigook. There's an oblique environmental message here in the video's playful abandon in nature. It's a sexy nod to the SHFT mission....read more

Sigur Ros, "Varuo"

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Sigur Ros teams with longtime collaborator Ryan McGinley for latest film experiment

Are we majorly late on this? Ah well, the latest collaborative art vid for Sigur Ros's Valtari Mystery Film Experiment is a must-post. This one comes courtesy of NYC photographer Ryan McGinley, who follows a young girls skipping around Manhattan in blonde wig, before stopping everything around her and turning the bustling streets into a frozen backdrop for the surreal sounds of "Varuo." "This......read more

Wild Nothing, "Only Heather"

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Ryan Reichenfeld-directed clip features dark weirdness in the streets of LA

Here's the latest video for Nocturne, the gushy LP  from Jack Tatum's Wild Nothing project. Set to the excellent "Only Heather," the Ryan Reichenfeld-directed clip stars actor James Downing, who wanders in daze through the nighttime streets of Los Angeles. Oh, and he has a massive sword sticking through his torso. Maybe that's the reason for the daze. Just a guess. Nocturne is out now......read more

Macklemore and Ryan Lewis On Growing Up In Seattle's Outdoors

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From the good folks at The Nature Conservancy

Macklemore and Ryan Lewis discuss what it was like growing up in Seattle's outdoors. Watch as they discuss growing up on Capitol Hill in Seattle and how nature's beauty influenced them. Mackelmore describes how he started rapping and freestyling when he was hanging out at parks at night.  ...read more

Watch Bryan Nash Gill in Action

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Months before his unexpected passing, videographer Philip Leaman captured the 'Woodcuts' artist at his Connectitut studio

Bryan Nash Gill's art star was on the rise when he passed away suddenly in May at his Connecticut studio. Bryan's large scale relief prints, which he made using crosscut portions of reclaimed wood, reveal the sublime natural history locked away within arboreal rings. This video, produced seven months before his untimely passing, is a poignant and moving portrait of a great artist whose work......read more

Phantom Water Edit

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Jaw-dropping water cinematography by Chris Bryan

There are only 150 Phantom HD Gold cameras in the world. The ultra-advanced, high-speed vid camera can shoot 1000 fps at 1920 x 1080 and 1500 fps at 1280 x 720. Aussie filmmaker Chris Bryan is one of the few lucky cinematographers who has his hands on one, and he puts it to stunning use in Phantom Water Edit, which captures the power and nuance of rolling surf in breathtaking detail.......read more

A Day in California

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Ryan Killackey's time-lapse portrait of the Golden State

We're suckers for good time-lapse photography. And when the subject is our home state, well, we can't not post it. Husband and wife team Ryan and Sheri Killackey spent more than a year shooting over 10,000 photos of locations around California, then wove them together to create this stunning ode to the Golden State. Only a month after uploading it to Vimeo, it already has 675,000 views. Asked by......read more

Catalytic Clothing

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Air-filtering fashion from Helen Storey and Tony Ryan.

Imagine you're walking down a busy city street wearing a fashionable, comfortable dress, with cars and buses belching exhaust all around you. All appears normal, except your dress itself contains particles that can break down the vehicle pollution swirling in the air. You are literally a walking air filter.  That's the vision behind Catalytic Clothing, a conceptual fashion project between......read more

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