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Brooklyn Informed: Water

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New SHFT series Brooklyn Informed launches with a look at water conservation efforts in the borough.

Brooklyn Informed, our new web series, profiles real people pursuing the practice of sustainability in BK, a breeding ground for greening activity. The series jumps off with an episode on water, going deep with artist Mary Jordan and entrepreneur Sean Meenan on their respective water conservation projects in the borough. ...read more

The Waters of Greenstone

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Revel in the exceptional natural beauty that is New Zealand

Not that any of us need it, but for more proof that New Zealand is one of the most spectacularly scenic places on earth, have a look at this vid. Shot by Melbourne-based photographer Nathan Kaso, "The Waters of Greenstone" documents a three-week adventure through New Zealand’s South Island. Complete with video segments, timelapse sequences, and aerial footage, the video leisurely......read more

Breakbot, "Baby I'm Yours"

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Wow-worthy watercolor animation by Irina Dakeva

The year-old vid for Breakbot's "Baby I'm Yours" is a wonder to behold. Irina Dakeva created the analog animation from over 2,000 individual images, each of which she painstakingly painted with watercolors, one right after another. Dakeva's energetic style has some real pop, with inventive transitions and shifting color washes that go hand-in-hand with the bouncy, French pop-disco track....read more

Soft Cat, "It Won't Be Long"

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Wondrous water color animation by Miranda Pfeiffer

Operating under the Soft Cat pseudonym, Baltimore-based Neil Sanzgiri crafts subtle folk-pop using a a wide variety of instruments to complement his airy, mournful voice. His album Wildspace, released last year on Friends Records, was named for the "wildspace behind the railroad tracks by the Copy Cat in Baltimore, MD," where the songs were conceived. The video for "It Won't......read more

Dancing Through Tokyo

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Wonderful watercolor animation by Shishi Yamazaki

Tokyo is famous for its high tech modernity, but the meandering lanes of Yanesen -- comprised of the the temple districts of Yanaka, Nezu and Sendagi -- have more of a retro village feel, attracting people from all over the city, who come to Yanesen to take things down a notch, or, in Shishi Yamazaki's case, to dance through the streets. After filming herself doing some sweet moves......read more

China Rats "N.O.M.O.N.E.Y."

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Money is the object in this animated video for the upstart UK rock quartet

Like their early punk forefathers, China Rats' brand of straight-ahead, no-nonsense rock n' roll comes packed with plenty of hooks and just as much attitude. The Leeds, UK foursome called upon British animator/artist Richard Swarbrick to create some visuals for "N.O.M.O.N.E.Y.", a blistering two-minute track that captures the perennial frustration of being broke. Swarbrick interpreted the song's......read more

Kalle Mattson, "Water Falls"

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Melt your brain on a hypnotic tour of San Francisco

Start your week off on a mind-bending note with this mesmerizing video shot in San Francisco by videographer Kevin Parry, set to the sounds of the new single from Canadian musician Kalle Mattson. The clip captures the sights of Fog City in spinning, warped images that give the impression of bungee jumping in horizontal.   Talking to The Atlantic, Parry explains how he pulled it off: "The......read more

The Fisherman's Son: The Spirit of Ramon Navarro

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Directed by Chris Malloy, Presented by Patagonia

Born and raised at Punta de Lobos, Ramón Navarro found his passion riding the biggest waves on the planet. But his accomplishments in giant surf are just one part of a bigger vision to protect the culture and environment of the Chilean coast. Punta de Lobos por siempre: Protect the Point Forever Take Action and Donate at: lobosporsiempre.org/ ...read more

Why The Ocean?

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Help save our troubled seas with One World One Ocean

Across the world, oceanic ecosystems are in peril. Overfishing, pollution, and climate change are have pushed oceans worldwide to the precipice of disaster. One Ocean One World, an effort launched last October by Greg MacGillivray of MacGillivray Freeman Films, is urging people to act to save our troubled seas. "The ocean is our planet's life support system, yet in my travels and at......read more

America's Dead Sea

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Jim Lo Scalzo's Salton Sea short is a beautiful document of an eco calamity

In "America's Dead Sea," award-winning photojournalist Jim Lo Scalzo serves up a beautiful but disturbing document of the Salton Sea, the heavily polluted saline lake southeast of Los Angeles. Lo Scalzo manages to find a fresh perspective on the notorious, much photographed sea, which was formed  in a desert basin when the Colorado River flooded just over 100 years ago. With no outflow, and......read more

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