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35mm Film USB Stick

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Repurposed film canister houses 4GB flash drive. $23.99

Irony alert! 35mm film may be all but obsolete, but Etsy user newfocus has found a modern purpose for the old film canisters: Storing digital matter. The film canisters have been repurposed as shells that house flash drives for easy transfer of digital files. Just like the 35mm film stored photographic negatives in its previous life, the canisters now provde storage capacity for digital images......read more

Mixtape Memory Stick

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Analog digi-storage resurrects a dying medium $29.99

For accomplished practitioners of the trade, mixtape-making was once an the #1 method for landing girlfriends and/or boyfriends. The death of the cassette has essentially killed off the artform. It's sad, really, tech progress interfering with getting action. But it doesn't have to be that way. This 1G Mixtape Memory Stick resurrects an obsolete medium with a USB drive packaged in an audio......read more

Bookman USB Bike Light

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One of the best bike light options just got a whole lot better $51.00

Bookman, the savvy Swedish studio responsible for one of the smallest and lightest bike lights on the market, just improved their flagship product. The simple, minimal LED bike light gets a tech-driven update in the form of a USB port that makes it rechargeable via your computer or phone charger. The new Bookman lights run for up to 20 hours (on flash mode) on a single charge. They are now......read more

Husbands, "Dreams"

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Old school techniques shine in this amazing typographic video for France's Husbands

Ever since Kanye's great "Good Life" video from a few years back, animated typographic lyrics have become sort of a "thing" in music videos. We're not mad. When it's done well, it's a wonderful thing. French production outfit Cauboyz build on the movement with this superb piece for "Dreams" by their countrymen, Husbands. Mixing various fonts and graphical treatments all over the screen, Cauboyz......read more

Ironic Landscapes by Cook/Jenshel

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Famed husband and wife photo duo interpret the interplay between culture and environment

Diane Cook and Len Jenshel, two of America's most celebrated landscape photographers, shoot powerful images covering all types of environmental issues. Whether the subject is aquariums or green roofs, gardens or the NYC High Line, the husband and wife photo duo shoot in a signature style that combines a documentary and a fine-arts aesthetic. The Cook/Jenshel......read more

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