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Short Circuit by Gaspard Tine-Beres

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A quirky collection of kitchen appliances made from recycled components and cork

Our world of cheap, disposable hosuehold goods is a sad state of affairs. Think about it. You buy, say, a new toaster, which lasts maybe three years before kicking the bucket. It's probably not hard to fix but it's easier to buy another cheap one, so you get rid of it (hopefully at an electronics recycler). And on it goes. French product designer Gaspard Tiné-Berè intercedes in......read more

America ReCycled

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Crossing the country on bicycle, two brothers search for the American Dream.

As we write, two brothers are making their way across the United States on self-built bikes made from recycled trash, documenting their search for eco-villages, urban farming initiatives, and new ideas for business. America ReCycled, as Tim and Noah Hussin have dubbed their project, is a quest for the lost American Dream. In their own words: "The modern American is so disconnected from those......read more

Road Tripping with Ana Cabaleiro

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Dreamy travel photos show off the beautiful quirks of film

If film photography is a dying format, you wouldn't know it from its growing legion of devotees, who, like vinyl enthusiasts, favor analog's quirks and imperfections over the cool precision of digital tech. The visual appeal of film is on full display in these dreamy travel pics from Spanish photographer Ana Cabaleiro.  "I just love how [film] looks," she said. "The amazing colors......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

Analog Photos by Jonathan Hyde

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Melancholic imagery from the Brighton-based photog

We came across the work of UK photographer Jonathan Hyde over at the always-inspiring Boooooom, and hot damn it's some nice stuff. Based in Brighton on England's south coast, Hyde says he is inspired by "endless vistas over shires and highland peninsulas, crisp winter chill and bright white ice, chemical malfunction and torn negatives, and harsh rocks and gentle boughs." These wonderfully organic......read more

Timothy Evans: Home

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Stunning shots from Down Under

Judging from his portfolio site, twenty-six year old Aussie photographer Timothy Evans spends a lot of time on the road. At his site, you'll find photographic evidence of jaunts to faraway places like Laos, Tanzania and Cuba. But here, we present an Evans series shot in and around his home on Australia's Gold Coast (an amazing place, if you haven't been, go), where he shows off a freewheeling......read more

Dreamy Travel Photography by Joe Nigel Coleman

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Beautiful shots on film from the young Australian photographer

This small selection of Flickr finds from 25 year-old Australian photographer Joe Nigel Coleman has us yearning to hit the road on a summer journey. Based in London, Coleman seemingly travels endlessly, capturing gorgeous images of his friends and moments in nature along the way. "I’ve spent the majority of the last five years exploring the world, living out of a backpack," he says.......read more

Robert Moses Joyce: Orange Bubblegum

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Is this what a vision quest looks like?

Here's some technicolor reverie from the lens of photographer Robert Moses Joyce, whose "Orange Bubblegum" portfolio series is what we imagine a mystical dream quest looks like. Full of trippy double exposures and psychedelic washes of color, the haunting and hazy film photos harken the classic video for "Fool's Gold" by The Stone Roses. Asked what he loves about photography, Robert had......read more

Magnificent Photos by Magdalena Lutek

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Polish photographer explores nature and the female form

We're always on the lookout for up-and-coming photographers with their own distinct style, and Boooooooom is always a good place to look. That's where we found the romantic, muted work of Nishe, aka 27-year old Magdalena Lutek of Poland, who works by day as a graphic designer and spends her free time capturing beautiful photos on both film and digital. "Photography has been my biggest love......read more

Doug Aitken: Altered Earth

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New film work exploring France's desolate, surreal Camargue region comes with its own iPad app

Fresh off his amazing video installation projected on the facade of the Hirshhorn Museum, L.A. artist Doug Aitken is installing a new exhibition at a 19th-century train station in Arles, France. The show, entitled Altered Earth, explores the ever-evolving geography and ecosystem of the Camargue region in France. "It’s so remote, a natural place that does not seem to change,"......read more

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