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All That Is

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Stunning Images From Toby Trueman

Inspired by observing the cycle of the natural world, a cycle that has existed for millenia, British photographer Toby Trueman presents ‘All That Is’ — long exposure portraits of a single section of beach. Both a celebration of nature and a study of its permanence in the face of man’s existence, ‘All That Is’ comprises of 36 photographs......read more

Sufjan Stevens, "All For Myself"

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Stop motion video directed by Matt and Julie Walker.

For us, Sufjan Stevens' sensitive indie-pop conjures images of dudes in tight brown cords and chunky black glasses sipping kombucha and burning incense. Thankfully, Matt and Julie Walker (aka Tiger in a Jar)'s visual interpretation of his music is far more creative. The duo's stop-motion video for "All For Myself," off Sufjan's latest LP Adz of the World, involves a Tyrannosaurus lumberjack who......read more

Tweedy "Summer Noon"

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First-time director Allison House created this chill animated complement to standout from 'Boyhood' soundtrack

Tweedy, the new project from Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy and his son Spencer, is making internet waves this week for its hilarious, star-studded "Low Key" video. The newly released video led us to this earlier video for "Summer Noon," a supremely infectious tune featured on the Boyhood soundtrack. In the animated clip, created by first-time director Allison House, a lone red balloon drifts through......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

Luxembourg Steel Mill Reinterpreted As Public Park

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Brilliant urban design thinking by AllesWirdGut Architektur

In Luxembourg, Austrian architecture firm AllesWirdGut has re-envisioned the site of an obsolete steel mill as an elegantly designed urban park. Leaving the skeletal elements of the the old factory in place, the architects let the site's hidden qualities shine through the new design. From their description: Seating areas and new trees are concentrated into islands, which leave empty......read more

Nimbus E-Car

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All-Terrain Concept E-Car Is Eco Friendly With On-Board Wifi

If you're looking for an all-terrain vehicle but concerned about the environmental impact, check out the Nimbus e-Car. The concept, created by artist and designer Eduardo Galvani, is an electric minibus that seats up to five. It features a full panoramic glass windshield and offers fantastic views of the whatever outside scenery you encounter. Plus, the on-demand four-wheel drive means motorists......read more

All Roads Lead To Rome

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A Cartographic Play On The Idiom

Everyone is familiar with the saying “All roads lead to Rome,” dating back to a time when all empirical roads radiated out from the capital of the Roman Empire. Now mostly spoken to express the idea that all paths lead to a central subject, it still serves as an interestingly common idiom. Designers Philipp Schmitt, Benedikt Groß, and Raphael Reimann of Mooveal Lab sought......read more

King's County Jerky

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This grass-fed, all-natural beef jerky is the perfect road trip snack $8.99

Your standard gas station beef jerky contains a long and scary list of manmade ingredients and chemical preservatives that have no buisness being consumed by humans. With Kings County Jerky Co., Chris Woehrle and Robert Stout set out to shift the market. The company's Classic Jerky is a mouthwatering delight, handcrafted from all-natural ingredients like grass-fed beef, fresh Portobello......read more

All in for the 99%: Artists, Musicians and Activists Unite in Los Angeles

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One-day cultural festival goes off in the name of reform

Forget what you heard about the Occupy movement being dead. If last Saturday's All in for the 99% event is any indication, there's plenty of life left yet.  The arts and music festival on South La Brea Avenue amplified the voices of the 99 percent with Funny or Die short film screenings, Slake magazine readings, a Van Jones talk, DJ sets, and an art exhibit featuring over a hundred artists......read more

Grizzly Bear "Ready, Able"

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Allison Schulnik directs outstanding vid for Grizzly Bear

Mindbending piece of stop-motion claymation by LA artist Allison Schulnik, set to second single off Grizzly Bear's hit album Veckatimest, released last year. Creating animation this mesmerizing is not easy work, as Schulnik explained in LA Weekly: "I did an average of about 18 frames/second. I think I animated about 8 minutes, cut it down to 4:30. So I sculpted around 9,000 frames.......read more

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