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Video Interlude: OK Go's New Furniture Ad is as Trippy as Their Music Videos

Screenshot via Youtube Alternative rock band OK Go recently lent their talent for quirky over-the-top music videos to a Chinese furniture company, resulting in what may be the most fun and elaborate furniture commercial ever. This 1:46 ad for Red...

Video Interlude: 39 Essential Urban Anthems to Let Your City Know You Care

Photo via Script Magazine Every city needs a mascot, a crooner that croons for them alone: Philadelphia has Rocky, Toronto has Drake, Los Angeles has Stevie Nicks, New York has, well, everyone, and New Jersey would be nothing withou...

Video Interlude: Bucky Fuller's Passion for the 'Geodesic Life', Now Animated

Screenshot via Vimeo In a new video created by Quoted Studios, radio interviews with Buckminster Fuller, the late, great American architect and inventor who popularized the geodesic dome, have been turned into a fun and lively animation. In these conversations...

Video Interlude: Turning the Lens on a Curvy, Calculus-Inspired Home and the Mathematician Who Dreamed It Up

Photos via Shim-Sutcliffe Architects The Integral House, designed by Toronto architects Brigitte Shim and Howard Sutcliffe, is a five story, 1,652-square-meter home with glass walls that curve much like a guitar or grand piano. The late James Stewart, a mathematician...

Video Interlude: Watch a Time-Lapse of the LA River's Busy Animal Thoroughfare

Ahead of the massive, billion-dollar makeover the Los Angeles River is set to receive, conservationists are busy gathering the information they need to create revitalization programs they'll try to get funded once the money comes. First on the list...

Video Interlude: Watch Seven Los Angeles Landmarks While Stuck at Your Desk

Many of us spend our days glued to a chair at a desk (if we're lucky!), staring at one screen, then another, liking cool pics, retweeting hilarious jokes, following links posted to Facebook by people we met once, maybe,...

Video Interlude: The Story of the Incredible Mt. Washington Map Trove That Doubled the LA Public Library's Collection

How did the immense, previously unknown map collection of a hospital dietician end up doubling the size of the Los Angeles Public Library's map archives in a single day? A new short documentary from filmmaker Alec Ernest and the...

Video Interlude: Watch One Last Visit to the 1938 Hollywood Park Racetrack as It's Demolished For an NFL Stadium

If you never got to Hollywood Park, you never will because it doesn't exist anymore. The racetrack, which opened in 1938, began demolition last year to make way for a massive, 238-acre mixed-use project that recently grew to include...

Video Interlude: Watch a 218-Ton Home Move Through Fargo, North Dakota

Ever watch a 218-ton home get trucked through Fargo, North Dakota before? I hadn't either, until this morning, when I watched Scott Adelman moving his new 4,500-square-foot home, which he purchased for $70K, through Fargo, North Dak...

Video Interlude: How to Design a Beautiful City, According to Swiss Philosopher Alain de Botton

Screenshot via Youtube In a provocative new video, Swiss philosopher Alain de Botton argues that there's a science to designing "beautiful cities" and proceeds to outline a six-point manifesto on how cities can get it right, in the looks department...

Video Interlude: The Long, Endangered Legacy of Compton's Cowboys

Compton has a rich agricultural history dating back to at least the late 1880s, and it still has farmland today, so it shouldn't be surprising that Compton has cowboys. (But it is.) An in-the-works documentary (seen on LAObserved) i...

Design Indaba 2015: Day three

The final day of Cape Town creative conference Design Indaba featured talks from maverick filmmaker Casey Neistat; Interlude founder, and creator of Bob Dylan's Like a Rolling Stone interactive video, Yoni Bloch; plus Dan Wieden and Emily Oberman.

Video Interlude: Just in time for Micro Week,...

Just in time for Micro Week, Portlandia has produced its own sendup of the tiny house movement. In the new sketch, which aired Thursday night, Carrie Brownstein and Fred Armisen demo the ingenious space-saving conveniences of micro-living, such as a...

Video Interlude: Portlandia's Take on the Tiny House is Too Perfect

In a skit from Thursday night's episode of Portlandia, Carrie Brownstein and Fred Armisen finally turn their gaze on the tiny home. It's a cautionary tale for any Americans interesting in putting down a deposit on a dwelling small.....

Video Interlude: In This Oscar-Nominated Short, it's Kinda Tough Having Architects for Parents

It may have gone un-fêted at the Oscars on Sunday, but Norwegian director Torill Kove's film, "Me and My Moulton," which was nominated in the Best Animated Short Film category, is so charming that it deserves a little more...

Video Interlude: Visit Almost Every LA Landmark in Two and a Half Minutes

There obviously is no way anyone would be able to get to all the iconic Los Angeles spots featured in this short video in just two and a half minutes. Even shooting it all in one day, as the...

Video Interlude: De-Bleak Your Day by Watching Fog Flow Through Tokyo

A video from Tokyo-based Studio WOW brings offers a dream-like Tokyo cityscape enveloped in an early morning fog, where "the light is scattered by countless droplets of water, shimmering in the air." Notice that sense of peace?

Video Interlude: Awesome: Watch This Raven Videobomb Levi's Stadium in a Most Hilarious Manner

Down at Levi's Stadium, during the setup for the National Hockey League's Stadium Series game this Saturday, a webcam was innocently rolling as workers set up the temporary ice rink where the San Jose Sharks will face off against...

Video Interlude: Fly Over USC Village's Massive Mixed-Use Construction Site

USC officially began work in September on its USC Village, a huge, 15-acre undertaking that will bring five-story residence halls for 2,700 students, a grocery store, an exercise center, a "mobility hub" with public transit information, and tons of...

Video Interlude: A Short History of Tall Buildings in New Yorker Cartoons

Screengrabs via New Yorker "It really took my breath away, but a kind security guard retrieved it," jokes The New Yorker cartoon editor Bob Mankoff about walking up to the magazine's new home. As spotted by Architizer, in a new...

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