Logorama Video Short

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Gizmodo explains why the Oscar-nominated video short “Logorama” (since predictably removed from the web due to copyright issues) is the best movie this year. The leaked video parodies consumer culture, fitting 2500 logos into the 15-minute frame.

Small Hand Foods All-natural Cocktail Mixers

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Made in small batches by Bay Area bartender Jennifer Colliau, Small Hand Foods produces flavorful cocktail mixers using only the highest quality organic and natural ingredients. Goodlifer details her process of producing the mixers, which sell online or can be enjoyed at some of San Francisco’s finest drinking establishments, like Alembic or Absinthe.

Director Sean Pecknold

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One of the growing number of creative talents on the Cargo Collective community, Sean Pecknold works mostly as a director and animator of music videos and short films. The Seattle-based filmmaker, who goes by his studio pseudonym “Grandchildren,” also showcases some of his graphic design and photography work.