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SHFT Sampler 3-11-11

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Swedish eco design is so hot right now, Google Earth images become surreal artworks, Portland ain't all that green, and more.

Folded Roads: Google Earth images become surrealist artworks in Clement Valla's series Postcards from Google Earth, which depicts bridges and roads that appear warped when you zoom in just the right way. T-Shirt Upholstery: Swedish eco designer (and mega babe) Maria Westerberg won first prize at the 2011 Green Furniture Awards for the T-shirt Chair, made of recycled textiles and bent wire fence.......read more

Boston Named America's Top City For Biking and Walking

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And other report results that might surprise you

If we had to guess what America's top cycling city is, we'd probably say Portland, where the perfect combination of mild climate and smart planning makes the city a veritable biking mecca. But, if the results of a new report from the Alliance for Biking & Walking are to be believed, we'd be wrong. According to the organization's biannual benchmark report, the city with the greatest......read more

Walking

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This beautifully shot film takes us on a four-day jaunt through the woods of northern Spain

Based in Valencia, Spain, Juan Rayos is an accomplished filmmaker/photographer/artist who has created work for an impressive list of clients that includes Moleskine and Abengoa. But Juan's "Walking" film is of a more personal nature. Shot during a four-day hike through the forests of Navarre in Spanish Basque country, the clip has all the serene beauty you need for inspiration to head out for a......read more

Tokyo Reverse

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Super cool video excerpt from Tokyo Reverse

From filmmaker outfit, SÅNDL, directors Simon Bouisson et Ludovic Zuili create a hypnotic trippy world where our man is walking through the streets of Tokyo, while everything around him is moving in reverse.  Check it out. Original soundtrack director : Francesco Tristano...read more

Ten Walls "Walking With Elephants"

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Flyboarders, drones star in trippy video for summer club hit

"Walking With Elephants," the beguiling dance floor smash from Lithuanian producer Ten Walls, has been graced with some killer visuals directed by Nez. Set to the rolling horns of the track, the video hosts staggering aerial shots of mysterious, black and white figures running along a coastline, before eventually turning fully amphibious, using flyboard technology and a bit of post-production......read more

Alice Boman "What"

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Video for haunting new single stars Swedish chanteuse and her pet lab walking a deserted beach

If the hauntingly beautiful "What" is any indication, Swedish singer Alice Boman is one to watch. With glistening vocals set atop a delicate piano line, the song exudes pure, unadultered melancholy. The Fader-premiered video stars Boman and her pet labrador, who adds a minor dose of cheer to the sense of isolation. Directed by Studio Pop, the clip shows the pair walking along a deserted......read more

Lacey

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The ethereal beauty of walking the dog.

Here's some video proof that there's beauty in everything, no matter how mundane. Shooting on a Canon HV40, Jamie Sims filmed his dog plodding through a forest then set the piece to Hammock's "Mono No Aware," a dreamy number that pushes the film into lovely, if a little sentimental, territory. OK, we're going to shoot our roommate watching TV to the sounds of Bach,......read more

Ephemeral Snow Art by Simon Beck

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Recent work from Europe's famous snow walking artist

Simon Beck dons snowshoes before walking around in freshly falled snow to create these massive, ephemeral art installations. The British artist, whose  work spotted on Colossal, has been making the installations since 2004: Each work takes the 54-year-old artist anywhere between 6 hours and two days to complete, an impressive physical feat aided from years of competitive......read more

European Cities Curb Drivers

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Traffic planners restrain cars in favor of walking and public transit

While American cities tend to bend over backwards to accommodate vehicle traffic, cities in Europe are going the opposite direction, making planning changes that make it prohibitively annoying and expensive (if not downright illegal) to drive cars in the inner city. NYT environment reporter Elizabeth Rosenthal discusses the traffic-tormenting situation in Europe: Cities including......read more

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