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True Off-Grid Homesteading in A Pioneer Style Cabin

Doug and Stacy are living the pioneer lifestyle in the 21st century! Living in a beautifully constructed DIY pioneer style cabin and homesteading their land in Missouri, this adventurous couple have left behind the trappings of the modern world. (more…)

This Street Artist Paints Fake Shadows to Playfully Trick Passersby

Shadow art requires a lot of mastery, as the artist must learn about geometrics and angles in which to optimally display his art.
Damon Belanger is a California-based artist who is known for his eclectic works. He uses different mediums to express himself, such as painting, package design, and now, street art. (more…)

Artist Uses Silhouetted Shapes to Turn Colorful Clouds Into Beautiful Scenes

You’ve surely chilled outdoors on warm summer days and watched clouds passing by, imagining all the things they remind you of only to be brought back to reality once they changed shape.
Lân Nguyen (aka 19.XCV), is a photographer who took his love for clouds to new heights, creating beautifully surreal art. He transforms the night sky with playful digital edits and projects black silhouettes on pictures of clouds to incorporate them into everyday objects. (more…)

This Wind-Powered Vertical Farm in Denmark Will Provide 1,000 Tons of Food Annually

Healthy eating is a continuously emerging trend, that has proven health benefits and advantages. A diet that is rich in fruits and vegetables is highly desirable, especially if all the produce is locally grown and fresh.

Nordic Harvest is a company from Denmark, that team with YesHealth Group from Taiwan to create the vertical farms of the future. The Taiwanese tech company has a large portfolio of vertical farming and building the necessary technology for it, and now they are working on building a large wind-powered vertical farm in Denmark. (more…)

Tiny Shipping Container Home with Rooftop Terrace

Tiny homes are usually eccentric and out of the box, but who says a tiny home can’t be classy or modern? Cargo Home is a company based in Texas, which makes elegant tiny homes out of shipping containers.
Their latest design, Helm, was made from 2 stacked shipping containers that serve as a 2-story house. (more…)

Amazing Macro Winners of the International Garden Photographer of the Year 2020

 

The International Garden Photography of the Year is a competition held every year in partnership with the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, London.
They have recently announced the winner of their Macro Art photography of the year and the prize went to Bruno Militelli from Sao Paulo, Brazil. His work is called Botanic Loop and it is a black and white photo consisting of the tendril of the passion fruit plant, which at a first glance looks like a metal object. (more…)

Massive Ancient Underground City Once Housed 20,000 People

Discovering ancient cities is always fascinating and archaeologists have the front seats at these exciting events. But how would it be to discover the remains of an ancient city just below your house? In 1963 a Turkish man made such an incredible discovery after knocking down a basement wall and stumbling upon the remains of the old city named Derinkuyu. (more…)

Artist Turns Used Tea Bags Into Miniature Canvases for Watercolor Paintings

Artist Ruby Silvious pays a lot of attention to the environment and recycling objects is a big part of her life. In 2015 she set up an art project with the goal of repurposing her old teabags and they resulted in the most beautiful canvases for her paintings.
The project is called 363 Days of Tea, and it has been followed by small side projects, (more…)

Solar Roof – Tesla

Solar energy has come a long way since its inception a while back. Now, with more companies providing the much-needed solar tiles, the product has become increasingly popular. This has reached a point where the world-renowned Tesla company is bringing forward to the general public stunning new solar roof tiles! Forget about those big and bulky solar panels, (more…)


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