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Jewellers, "Tape"

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Gorgeous, Jack Offord-directed video features cassette-listening dude roaming the streets

UK electronica heads Jewellers are ramping up for the release of their debut album Sleep Education on The Sounds Of Sweet Nothing, and to whet our whistles, they just dropped this beauty video for the euphorically ambient "Tape". Directed by Jack Offord, the bit follows a headphone-wearing man around city streets, with twinkling lights and time-lapsed cassette tape coiling behind him, the......read more

Paul McCartney, "Blue Sway"

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Jack McCoy's underwater surf video for unreleased McCartney song.

Paul McCartney recruited award-winning surf filmmaker Jack McCoy to create a music video for his previously unreleased track "Blue Sway," written nearly 20 years ago. Using a high-powered underwater jet ski, McCoy traveled behind a wave, capturing a never-before-seen perspective of the surfing experience. The video, which won Best Music Video at the NYC Short Film Fest this past......read more

Jack White, "Sittin' on Top of the World"

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Detroit rocker plays some raw blues piano in this clip from 'It Might Get Loud'

"Technology is a big destroyer of emotion and truth," says Jack White at the start of this clip from Davis Guggenheim's 2008 documentary It Might Get Loud. The doc explores the history of the electric guitar through the eyes of White and fellow guitar legends, Jimmy Page and The Edge. In the clip, White and a fedora-clad kid portraying his earlier self cruise through the countryside in......read more

Animal Collective "Brother Sport"

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Brooklyn avant-pop trio continues its streak of mind-melting music videos.

Tripped-out animation and freaky live action combine in this psychotropic nature adventure from Animal Collective. Is there a band that uses visuals better? We think not. Directed by Jack Kubizne....read more

Synfill Stretch Hoody by Nau

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Tech performance and max comfort in a recycled stretch hoodie $199.00

The Synfill Stretch Hoody from Portland, OR's Nau combines the comfort of your favorite sweatshirt with the performance of a winter jacket. Recycled polyester stretch knit allows for full range of motion, while recycled poly with COCONA® technology delivers lightweight, low-profile insulation. A breathable DWR finish, seam-sealed zipper and adjustable hood keep the weather out and the warmth......read more

JAXA Reversible Climbing Jacket

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From Our Friends At Coolhunting

Boasting a spectacular image taken by Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency's (JAXA) land-observing satellite "DAICHI," this climbing jacket from Minotaur is reversible and comes in three colorways: blue, green or black. The photo is of the rainforest island Yakushima—a UNESCO World Heritage site that serves as a sanctuary for wildlife, including monkeys and loggerhead turtles. Via Coolhunting...read more

Uma Women's Down Jacket by Ecoalf

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Who knew recycled plastic could be so cozy and stylish? $272.00

Depending on where the road takes you, fall travels can mean chilly temperatures. If you need to be prepared for crisp autumn air, Ecoalf has your outerwear needs covered. The Madrid-based sustainable fashion company makes a collection of down jackets using recycled plastic bottles, and the Uma coat for women is the warmest of the bunch. The Uma is long, descending beneath the rear at the back,......read more

Nau Lightbeam Jacket

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Nau delivers the perfect spring jacket, a minimal shell made from recycled poly fabric $190.00

For clean, basic fashion looks informed by sustainable design principles, Portland's Nau is one of our go-to brands. The Lightbeam Jacket is a nice example of the company's attractive output. The breathable, ultra-light shell wicks water and blocks wind while packing down to the size of a softball. Featuring a fold-away hood that zips into the collar, the Lightbeam combines Nau's famous recycled......read more

Thomas Jackson: Emergent Behavior

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Hovering sculptures juxtapose the natural and the manufactured

We are always interested in visually striking work that compares and contrasts the natural and the manmade. In his ongoing Emergent Behavior series, Brooklyn artist Thomas Jackson does just that. Using almost invisible monofilaments, Jackson suspends consumer materials -- from plastic plates and post-it notes to cheese balls and glow sticks -- in dimly lit natural landscapes. The clusters of......read more

Marsfly Jacket by Tom Sachs for Nike

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NASA materials recycled into space-inspired sportswear $475.00

Wanna-be astronauts rejoice! The new capsule collection from Nike and artist Tom Sachs has launched from the atmosphere, with a range of high-performance sportswear inspired by space exploration. The joint venture, dubbed NikeCraft, features a series of sneakers, bags, and jackets made using space-age materials like Vectran fabric from Mars Excursion Rover airbags and NASA spacesuits. The golden......read more

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