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Dylan Magaster Published on 3 Apr 2017 Lisa Starr wanted to create a sustainable life for herself so she moved to Joshua Tree, California and built an Earthbag dome home that shoe now lives in called Bonita Domes. Get a … Continue reading

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Ancestors (2018) | Sci-fi short film | WexShorts competition

TannerProductions Published on 30 Mar 2018 Several centuries in the future, an explorer visits his ancestral homeworld to find out what happened to all the humans on Earth. Ancestors was made for the WexShorts short film competition 2018. The theme … Continue reading

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Extreme Temperatures Breed Glassy Hollow Forms Called ‘Ghost Apples’

You’ve seen the perfect arcs of boiling water solidified mid-throw, and perhaps this frozen speeding sign that duplicated itself over 2019’s Polar Vortex, but have you seen ghost apples? Thanks to a Facebook post by farm manager Andrew Sietsma, the phenomenon has captivated the internet, leaving … Continue reading

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Engram : Data Sculpture for Melting Memories

Engram : Data Sculpture, 3+1 AP 6M x 5M, 3MM LED Media Wall, Custom Software From February 7 through March 17, 2018, Pilevneli Gallery presented Refik Anadol’s latest project on the materiality of remembering. Melting Memories offered new insights into … Continue reading

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Mysterious Worlds Collide in Justin Peters’ Digital Collages Created with HP’s ZBook x2

German artist Justin Peters (previously) uses the wide world of photography to create unique composite images. Peters’ dreamy creations play with scale and proportion, mixing human-sized objects like jellyfish and surfboards with the monumental: moons take the place of beach-side … Continue reading

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What’s New Is Old Again: A Classic Norwegian Chair Produced with 100% Recycled Materials

The newest chair by Nordic Comfort Products (NCP) is a unique and sustainable twist on an old classic. Their R-48 model has furnished schools and offices since the 1960s, but has previously required virgin plastic and a metal base. Their recent addition, the S-1500, … Continue reading

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Is There Life on Earth?

It’s Okay To Be Smart Published on 7 Feb 2019 I mean… how do you really know?

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Print Your City Initiative Turns Plastic Waste into 3D Printed Street Furniture – Design Milk

The New Raw is a Rotterdam-based research and design studio who’ve launched the Print Your City initiative with the Zero Waste Lab in Thessaloniki, Greece. The lab is outfitted with a 3D printing robotic arm and recycling facilities that were implemented by … Continue reading

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Birds and Faces Emerge From Dizzying Multi-Layered Gowns by Iris Van Herpen

Dutch fashion designer Iris Van Herpen (previously) blends cutting-edge technology and classic motifs in her thought-provoking garments. Van Herpen’s most recent collection, Shift Souls, was showcased at Paris Fashion Week, and featured dresses that play with structure and color to blur the boundaries … Continue reading

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How We Can Reimagine Coding as Public Spaces | Marie-Claire Shanahan & Pratim Sengupta | TEDxCalgary

What does it mean to design technologies as public worlds? Or, what does it mean to say that scientific knowledge and practice belongs to everyone? Dr. Marie-Claire Shanahan and Dr. Pratim Sengupta delve into the ways in which we can … Continue reading

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