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Dudley Perkins, "Flowers"

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Samuel Craven directs a bubbly video for a bleary-eyed Stones Throw soul jam

UK director Samuel Craven appears to have a knack for pulling off well-executed, concept-driven music videos on a shoestring budget. Take for example his video for "Fancy Restaurant" by Gang Colours, or this one, for a loose and mellow track by Stones Throw soulster Dudley Perkins. Craven outfits the song with some dreamy visuals starring a massive bubble floating through a forest, with some......read more

Flow Hive

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By Mark Frauenfelder

The worst part of being a beekeeper us pulling out the honey-laden frames from the box and tearing them up to get the honey. The bees hate it and so do I. That's why this new hive design, called Flow, is so cool. Cedar Anderson and Stuart Anderson have spent over ten years developing the Flow hive. It uses special frames with open cells that allow honey to flow through a pipe when you want to......read more

Sohn, "Bloodflows"

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A fantastic future R&B track gets a simple yet effective video, courtesy of Christian Pitschi

It's been a busy 2013 for SOHN, the rising, Vienna-via-London R&B act who earned plaudits for his performance at SXSW and recently signed with 4AD. His clicky, percussive track "The Wheel" had the music blogs going nuts a while back. "Bloodflows" is similarly awesome, and now it has a video to call its own. Directed by Christian Pitschl, the clip's concept is as basic as they come: it's just......read more

Gardens NYC: It All Ties In

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A '60s flower child and native Brooklynite shows off his gawwden

If you were in New York City in the late '60s, you may have come across a longhaired Stephen Rutsky out in the streets with his hippy brethren, advocating for social and political change. These days, you're more likely to find him among the abundant greenery of his Park Slope garden, where he practices a quieter, more personal form eco-activism... by growing plants. From beans for his table to......read more

Plum Flower Deer

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Death and rebirth in the natural world

Yoho Hang Yue, an art director at Crush in Toronto, teamed up with his wife Queenie Zhu to produce this lovely tale about about a pair of Plum Flower Deer who are separated by an act of man but are rejoined in the afterlife. The Plum Flower Deer is one of the most auspicious, divine animals in Chinese culture. The Plum Flower Tree itself has been the subject of innumerable paintings and poems,......read more

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