19.12.14 by Jeff

Sanne De Wilde

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“Snow White”, beautiful portraits of albinos by Flemish photographer Sanne De Wilde. More below.

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Video of the Day: La Primavera Negra (The Black Spring)

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My friend Benjamin Loeb passed along this beautiful short he worked on as the director of photography. This is actually the second chapter of a trilogy of dance films, directed by Copenhagen-based photographer, Esteban. La Primavera Negra is Spanish for ‘The Black Spring’. Nowness premiered the first chapter earlier this month, you can watch it here.

Watch “La Primavera Negra – Chapter Two” below!

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18.12.14 by Jeff

Marta Berens

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“Fairytale”,  photos by Polish photographer Marta Berens. More below.

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Daesung Lee

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“Futuristic Archeology”, photos by Korean photographer Daesung Lee about the desertification of Mongolia, and the rapidly changing environment’s affect on the traditional Mongolian nomadic lifestyle. The series was created using printed images on a giant billboard. More images below.

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Ying Ang

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“Gold Coast” photos by photographer Ying Ang. More below.

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Max Gärtner

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Intricate paper cuts, screen prints, and spray painted works by Berlin-based artist Max Gärtner, who currently has a show up at BC Gallery.

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18.12.14 by Jeff

Skate Video of the Day: Gold and Grey

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I saw this video on The Berrics way back in June (I mentioned it here) and loved it, but there was no embed link to share the video. Really excited for it to finally show up on Vimeo! This is Kyle Camarillo’s entry into the REDirect film series, a collaboration between RED cameras and The Berrics, featuring 12 visionary filmmakers.

This was my favourite of the entire series, and its pretty much two guys, Miles Silvas and Jack Curtin, tearing up San Francisco for the entire clip. Love the sense of speed in it. Watch “Gold and Grey” below.

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Best of Kickstarter: The Perfect Keyboard for iPhone

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The folks at Toronto-based Next Keyboard claim to have designed the perfect keyboard for iPhone users, and based on their Kickstarter video it looks like they’ve might have. At the very least they’ve addressed all the most common complaints people have. Things like: Actually being able to tell whether you’re in uppercase or lowercase, easier access to emojis, and what appears to be an auto-correct system that adapts to your typing over time. Watch the video below.

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