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Lomography RedScale Film: A Trial Run

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Lomography RedScale Film: A Trial Run

Last year, Lomography released the first ever roll of pre-loaded red scale film. I thought I'd figure out what all the buzz was about. From bright sunny landscapes to intriguing portraiture to long-exposures, my expectations were surpassed.

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June 6, 2011

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noah

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Color, Photography, Reviews

Mr. Stacks

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Mr. Stacks

During some recent mograph work, I was stressing about the dreary task of storyboarding comps and style frames. After a fit of frustration, I came across a wonderful little Photoshop workaround known as Mr. Stacks [...]

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March 8, 2011

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Michael

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Layout, Motion Graphics, Reviews

Zontik Games

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Zontik Games

Zontik is an international purveyor of luxury board games and gifts, and they believe that recreation is exactly that: the re-creation of something that is more than the sum of its parts.

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June 29, 2010

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Christy

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Culture, Industrial Design, Reviews

Tron Legacy

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Tron Legacy

I've always appreciated motion graphics, cinematography, and animation simply from a viewers perspective. But now, having recently delved into the world of producing motion graphics & animation for clients (and for personal use), it's nice to hav [...]

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July 25, 2009

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Michael

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Animation, Motion Graphics, Reviews

The Nothings Of The North

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The Nothings Of The North

Whether it's IDM, click house, ambient, dubstep, or as our sister company, Nueva Forma likes to refer to it as acousmatic, we're all over it [...]

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February 9, 2009

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Michael

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Curated, Music, Reviews

Burial

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Burial

I'm kind of late in posting about this, as I'm sure some of you are already well aware of the underground dubstep craze known as: "Burial", especially since this record came out in 2006.

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December 11, 2008

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Culture, Music, Reviews

Schneider TM: The Light 3000

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Schneider TM: The Light 3000

There Is A Light That Never Goes Out; unarguably a classic by the Smiths, I've always thought this track was phenomenal, and because I thought that, I thought it should never be tampered with [...]

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November 13, 2008

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Michael

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Curated, Music, Reviews

I Met A Girl With Butterfly Wings

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I Met A Girl With Butterfly Wings

Here is another one of our Colorcubic Helios Mix tracks. This one in particular is very much at the top of our list as far as emotional sound content is concerned. This track is a remix by Planet Boelex.

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June 5, 2008

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Michael

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Entertainment, Music, Reviews

Xtal

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Xtal

I decided that our office needed a mix to hail the coming of this beautiful Portland summer weather. Aphex Twin's Xtal wound up on our mix. Originally featured on Aphex Twin's Selected Ambient Works 85-92, this is an amazing song, and an even more am [...]

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May 20, 2008

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Michael

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Curated, Music, Reviews

Have some salt with your Funkstörung

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Have some salt with your Funkstörung

Salt by: Funkstorung. What can I say about this track that hasn't already been said? It's a dope beat, and a collaborative effort by Michael Fakesch and Chris De Luca who made up Funkstörung [...]

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April 22, 2008

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Michael

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Curated, Music, Reviews

Not a Celle-out with the Celle chair

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Not a Celle-out with the Celle chair

After browsing through Design Within Reach, I came upon the Celle Chair (pronounced cella) designed by Jerome Caruso for Herman Miller. Made from 33% recycled content and 99% recyclable, this product immediately caught my eye.

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March 25, 2008

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Christy

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One foot under

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One foot under

First off let me say, this record is a MUST HAVE in any music library. Secondly, if you don't know who Charles Atlas is, then you're doing something incredibly wrong [...]

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March 24, 2008

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Michael

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Curated, Music, Reviews