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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

William Miller: Gowanus Canal

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NYC photographer finds abstract beauty in the polluted Brooklyn waterway

Brooklyn's Gowanus Canal carries the unwelcome distinction of being one of America's most polluted waterways. To gaze into it is to witness more than a century of unfettered industrial abuse, with all of the coal tar, oil slicks, and garbage you might expect. So it's not exactly the most photogenic landscape in New York. But local photographer William Miller has a knack for finding beauty in......read more

William Rugen: Harbinger

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Ominous B&W images of planet Earth

We first came across William Rugen via his Western Dioramas series, a collection of photos of sweeping landscapes in the American West. That led us to Harbinger, an older Rugen Flickr set with a much different tone. Set in stark black-and-white, the photos offer ominous perspectives of Earth from land, water and sky. Oceanic flotsam, surburban landscapes, shadows of planes. What exactly......read more

Alexandria Chicken Coop

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Attractive backyard farm setup from Williams-Sonoma makes raising your own chickens easy $399.95

If you're interested in having a fresh, daily supply of eggs for your family but you don't have the time and/or know-how to build your own chicken coop, the Alexandria Chicken Coop & Run from Williams-Sonoma is the perfect solution. Handcrafted in the USA from certified-sustainable wood, the Alexandria coop provides room for up to six hens and will keep your flock safe and dry......read more

Design in Williamsburg

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Four square blocks of flourishing Brooklyn style

Brooklyn's steady, inexorable gentrification is a divisive topic. On the one hand, the glass condominiums (and the yuppies they contain) are blamed for diminishing the character of neighborhoods in the borough. On the other hand, the influx of dollars and young, creative inhabitants is helping revitalize run-down BK communities. The latter position is the stance taken by The New York Times in an......read more

Pharrell Williams "Happy"

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Four minutes of dancin' and smilin' with the reigning king of pop

With all the bummer news and general animosity in the world, we could all use a sip from a happy cup. Pharrell has the answer in the form of this shortened version of his epic, interactive 24-hour music video. The edited-down video for "Happy" is just that, a four-minute slice of serotonin, featuring smiling dancers grooving and lip synching along to the track. It mostly stars anonymous extras,......read more

Wild Nothing, "Paradise"

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Dreamy, airborne clip starring Michelle Williams

Known for playing complex roles in critically-acclaimed films, Michelle Williams is pretty much everyone's favorite actress. Here she brings her dramatic talents to the new music video for Wild Nothing's "Paradise." In the clip, her character takes an airborne journey from Los Angeles to Niagara Falls, bumping the moody pop song on her pink Walkman. Williams carries the moody vibe beautifully,......read more

The Big SHFT: Bionic Men

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With help from Pharrell Williams, this New York textile company is reinventing sustainable fabric

Launched by high school friends and outdoors enthusiasts Tyson Toussant and Tim Coombs, Return Textiles began as a maker of hi-tech fabrics for outdoor gear. Now, the company is making its mark with Bionic Yarn, a soft yet durable canvas substitute made primarily from recycled plastic bottles. In a patented process, the plastic polymers from recycled bottles are wrapped around polyester fibers......read more

Brooklyn Informed: Barcade

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In Williamsburg, a trifecta of awesomeness: craft beer, classic video games, and wind power.

We know Brooklynites are getting tired of everybody invading their home, but with all the place has to offer, you can't really blame people for wanting to move there. Take Barcade for example. The Williamsburg hangout features not only a huge selection of micro brews, but also a bunch of old school arcade games to fulfill all your 8-bit desires. Not only that, but the whole joint is powered......read more

TreeScreen by William Stranger

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"Functional sculpture" straddles the line between art and design $3,200.00

Pasadena-based artist/designer William Stranger makes unique pieces from salvaged walnut wood -- landfill-bound urban trees that have been downed by development, storm or disease. “Tree Screen” merges art with functional design, and can be installed as a piece on the wall or used as a headboard or even a door. ...read more

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