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This week's projects at - Sep 29 '10

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This week's projects at - Sep 29 '10

Postby Charles » Wed Sep 29, 2010 3:02 pm

Kicks from the future

Eighties classic "Back to the Future II" inspired a generation with its brightly colored gadgets, among them Marty McFly's awesome auto-lacing shoes. DIY tinkerer Blake Bevin is making these shoes a reality, and you've got to see it to believe it! Her video shows the prototype in action, and backers get to be the first to try them out.

Documenting dirt-bike culture

As recreation centers continue to close in Baltimore, residents are taking to the streets… on dirt bikes. Though illegal, the long arm of the law hasn't been able to stop this burgeoning movement, and this film follows the riders putting their own urban spin on the sport.

Nevada brothels exposed

For the past five years, photographer Marc McAndrews has documented the thriving, highly secretive world of Nevada's legal brothels. Now he's collecting the final images into a book exploring the humanity behind the world's oldest — and most stigmatized — profession.

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