1. What started as a creative outlet for Jeff Sheldon to design products that fit his taste, quickly grew into a full-blown design brand and family business. Jeff’s approach to Ugmonk focuses on producing small batches of quality products with a simple design aesthetic and intense attention to detail.

    In this video Jeff discusses the Ugmonk’s roots & his approach to building the brand.

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    (Big thanks to Eli Odegaard for nailing the shoot and edit!)
    Shot on a Red Scarlet and Canon 5D Mark III
    Music by Lowercase Noises

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  2. getbackinc.com

    Get back inc's master craftsmen salvage and restore turn of the century industrial machines and repurpose them into beautiful pieces of furniture. Many of these relics would have ended up in smelting pots or rusting at garbage dumps - so it's wonderful to see them find new life and purpose.
    The beautiful music is by Doug Berch - a musician and Dulcimer maker based in Michigan.

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  3. Let's connect on Facebook:
    facebook.com/wiegaertnerfilms

    Filmed with Canon 7D, Glidetrack, Glidecam, Rig, Tripod. 1080p / 24 fps. Converted to 720p 24 fps.

    Lenses:
    Tokina 11 - 16 mm 2.8
    Canon 50 mm 1.8
    Sigma 30 mm 1.4

    Music:
    Roger Subirana Mata - Point of no return

    Contact me:
    wiegaertnerfilms.com
    facebook.com/wiegaertnerfilms
    twitter.com/wiegaertner

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  4. Meet Nick Sambrato. He runs a print shop in Orlando, Florida called Mama's Sauce.

    Nick isn't a very smart guy. At a time in history when the print industry is pouncing from one space-age technological advancement to the next, Nick has decided to take a giant leap backwards into the industrial revolution.

    Meet the Kluge letterpress. An 2,000 pound, cast iron, electric powered monstrosity of vacillating rods, giant spinning wheels and pneumatic hoses. The Kluge is Nick's weapon of choice in his battle against the future.
    So why does Nick use the Kluge? A clearly outdated, cumbersome and obsolete machine? The same reason any craftsman uses any tool: for the quality of the finished product. A letterpress offers a tangible, three-dimensional look and feel to the printed image that no other technology can replicate.

    Let Nick take you on a trip back in time as he runs through the process of turning an ordinary piece of paper stock into work of art.

    produced by: Fiction
    fctn.tv

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  5. Making a Titanium Frame

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