Monthly Archives: October 2017

Plant Party: A Greenhouse in Tokyo Bursts Into a Dazzling Light Show When You Touch the Plants Inside | Colossal

An illuminated greenhouse fills Tokyo Midtown’s garden space, encouraging visitors to touch the variety of vegetables that grow inside. The functional plant shelter was created by design studio PARTY for the city’s 2017 Design Touch event, a month-long festival that … Continue reading

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Chandeliers Constructed From Recycled Plastic PET Bottles by Veronika Richterová | Colossal

Czech artist Veronika Richterová (previously) uses the near indestructible nature of plastic PET bottles to her advantage. By snipping, twisting, and heating the drinking vessels, she forms long-lasting sculptures that visually mirror the qualities of glass. This similarity inspired her series of PE … Continue reading

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New Giusi Tomasello Street Art In Penge

Originally posted on London Calling Blog:
On Sunday we had the pleasure of spending the afternoon with Street Artist Giusi Tomasello in Penge in order to place up her fantastic addition to SE20 for our SprayExhibition20 Community Mural Project. Taking to the remains of…

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spooky daffodils

Originally posted on isabelmarquesevolution:
For this Halloween night we recommend reading the latest phylogeny of Narcissus: a spooky evolutionary tale where species are not always what (and where) they should be, and species relationships resemble more a scary spider web…

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Uber’s CEO Makes a Plea in Brazil Against Tough Regulation — Fortune

A similar conciliatory tone to his recent London trip. via Uber’s CEO Makes a Plea in Brazil Against Tough Regulation — Fortune

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Computer-Generated Jigsaw Puzzles Based on Geological Forms | Colossal

Massachusetts-based design studio Nervous System writes unique computer programs that aim to imitate processes found in nature. These systems produce housewares and jewelry based on organic forms, creating pieces such as algae-inspired necklaces and 3D printed leaf-shaped lamps.  The company recentl … Continue reading

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Day of the Dead in Italy

Originally posted on Expat Since Birth:
Celebrating the dead is not only customary in Mexico, Guatemala, Bolivia, and other Latin American countries, but in many Catholic societies around the world. Although in many countries people adopt more and more the…

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Inktober 14

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Santa Marta, Rio de Janeiro

Originally posted on ride. travel. live.:
With a local guide, I took a tour of the neighborhood Santa Marta, a densely populated, narrow strip of houses that crawl up a hillside in Rio de Janeiro, rising above the upper middle…

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1093. Stapleton Road, Masala Bazaar (2)

Originally posted on Natural adventures:
I think I have been saving this one up for a while, because I like to hold back some of the really good pieces I come across. This is of course by Louis Masai and…

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