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Sigur Ros, "Eg anda"

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New clip from director Ramin Bahrani offers a grim comment on industrialization and wildlife

Icelandic dream pop heroes Sigur Ros continue their "Valtari Mystery Film Experiment" with a new video for Valtari cut "Eg anda", directed by Ramin Bahrani. Juxtaposing images of animals against clips of industrialization, the video offers some grim commentary on effects of humans on wildlife. For the film project, the band commissioned a dozen filmmakers to create music videos for tracks on......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

Rosewood Cheese Knife

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Richly hued wooden knife will make short work of any soft cheese $18.00

With a tastefully curated selection of goods for the home, Vancouver's Old Faithful Shop has emerged as one of our favorite retailers. We can always get behind good craftsmanship, especially when sustainability is involved. This Rosewood Cheese Knife is a case in point. Handmade from richly-hued, sustainably harvested rosewood, the knife's simple design masks an uncanny ability to cut......read more

Running on Empty

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By filmmaker Ross Ching.

This one may seem a little LA-centric at first. But it's really kind of global. Inspired by Matt Logue’s wonderful Empty L.A. photo book, filmmaker Ross Ching asked “What if tomorrow everyone’s car disappeared?," then set out to create a time-lapse video that envisions an L.A. without automobiles. The outcome is beautiful. To learn about the process behind the video, click......read more

The Strokes, "I'll Try Anything Once"

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Time-lapse film spruced up by holographic iPhone app.

The portfolio of California filmmaker Ross Ching displays plenty of cool trickery aided by new video technology. For this unofficial Strokes vid, Ching discovered has an iPhone app that allows users to write “holographic” text onto a long-exposure photo. The iPhone app, called Holographium, adds an interesting dimension to an already great time-lapse video. For more creative......read more

Running On Empty (Revisited)

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Imagining a car-less Los Angeles

Last year, director Ross Ching's original "Running on Empty" video set the internet on fire for its beautiful, haunting depiction of a Los Angeles without cars. With "Carmageddon" looming in LA a couple weeks ago, Ching decided to re-edit the video with new music, coloring and opening shots. Here is the result. The track is "Often a Bird" by Belgian composer Wim Mertens. More info on......read more

Cool Conceptual Photography by Ross Sawyers

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Photos of model environments question the idea of 'home'

Inner city condo development gets marks for increasing urban density and making homes more affordable. But it also creates a new form of tension as people adjust to living in smaller spaces, in closer proximity to one another. Using miniature models of residential spaces, conceptual photographer Ross Sawyers explores the tensions inherent in housing development: By constructing model rooms......read more

The Middle East "Blood"

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Get ready for goosebumps.

Continuing our obsession with nature portrayed in stop motion, we bring you this lovely video. Directed by Australian duo Greedy Hen. How heavy is this song too? Someone get us some Kleenex....read more

Bathtub IV

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A time lapsed view of the Sydney, Australia coastline, in miniature.

Australian photographer Keith Loutit spent a year shrinking the city of Sydney to diorama size, using a video technique that makes everything look miniature. In "Bathtub IV," Loutit captures the Westpac Rescue Helicopter Service in operation. The first responder choppers in flight, the clean beaches juxtaposed against an offshore oil platform, and the attractive little Aussies add up......read more

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