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Monthly Archives: November 2012
Asphalt overridden Bituminis attenuatus Finally! Something to replace miles upon tons of toxic, petroleum dependent material we have employed, repaired and recycled for over 100 years and more commonly known … Continue reading
Water Woes Aqua Miseria It is important to understand that nothing humans may do can completely counter the far reaching effects of a mother…Mother Nature that is. We have once again come to face the knowledge that … Continue reading
Pupura sendero Reclaiming old firewood and transforming it into art, artist Michael McGillis created the piece in 2006 for a Minnesota sculpture garden. The wood was painted purple as if to call out a new species of tree where the … Continue reading
Hiking through the woods has taken a whole new role in Russia with the 170 foot trampoline path. Visitors to the forest can quickly and artfully bounce their way by, experiencing the forest in a new light. See something … Continue reading
Do you want to travel to the city and not get lost? Here is a great invention called “No Place Like Home” shoes. Thanks to British designer Dominic Wilcox, you can now walk around anywhere without getting lost because these … Continue reading
“I like to explore the borders and crossing points of architecture, music and fashion.Since my graduation project I’ve been obsessed with triangles and I’m now working on a second prototype based on body movement.” -Pauline Marcombe Human beings always want … Continue reading