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Luzinterruptus Unveils Amazing Plastic Waste Labyrinth Made From 6,000 Recycled Bottles

Luzinterruptus Unveils Amazing Plastic Waste Labyrinth Made From 6,000 Recycled Bottles

To construct the maze, the Luzinterruptus collected 6,000 plastic bottles from a local manufacturing and bottling plant and through donations from active local residents participating in the

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Breathtaking Images of Belgium’s Mythical Hallebros Forest Covered in Bluebells

Breathtaking Images of Belgium’s Mythical Hallebros Forest Covered in Bluebells

Speaking to MyModernMet about the fairytale forest, when asked about the colors, Schönberger said, "The colors are really that blue, especially under the moist conditions of the morning fog."

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Enchanted Gardens Sprout in Quebec’s Jardin Metis for the International Garden Festival

Enchanted Gardens Sprout in Quebec’s Jardin Metis for the International Garden Festival

These gardens are not about plants, so much as ideas, and they come from the domain of conceptual art as much as design. The idea is to provoke a reaction in the viewer and arrest their attention with a

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Ai Weiwei’s Magnificent ‘Forever’ Installation Builds a Glimmering Cavern from 1,200 Bikes

Ai Weiwei’s Magnificent ‘Forever’ Installation Builds a Glimmering Cavern from 1,200 Bikes

Cycling is one of the most common forms of transportation in China, but Weiwei manipulates the bicycles by removing their primary function and making them static. The freedom associated with cycling is

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How To: Create Unique Fabric Prints with Veggies

How To: Create Unique Fabric Prints with Veggies

Here’s What You’ll Need: Potato, yam, sweet potato, jicama, or other firm, starchy veggies Paring knife and X-acto knife 100% cotton fabric Acrylic Paint and Acrylic Fabric Medium (which

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Filipino Artist Carves Lustrous Skulls into Mother of Pearl Shells

Filipino Artist Carves Lustrous Skulls into Mother of Pearl Shells

Inspired by the nature and wildlife found in his native country, Halili carves the skulls into raw, gold-lip and black-lip mother of pearl shells collected from the Philippines. To give more depth to the

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Rob Snyder Creates Portraits of Nature by Casting Twigs and Branches in Glass

Rob Snyder Creates Portraits of Nature by Casting Twigs and Branches in Glass

From afar, Snyder’s sculptures appear like translucent baskets tinted in varying natural colors to catch light. But upon closer inspection, viewers can see that the building blocks of these sculpture

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Gorgeous Dutch Power Plant is Completely Clad in Delftware Tiles!

Gorgeous Dutch Power Plant is Completely Clad in Delftware Tiles!

The power plant holds two gas turbines that generate on-demand electricity while providing district heating for the community's buildings. This makes the facility two times more efficient than plants

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16 Million Color Scribble Pen Lets You Capture the Hue of Any Object

16 Million Color Scribble Pen Lets You Capture the Hue of Any Object

Do you find the hues in the average box of colored pencils or crayons too limiting? The folks at Scribble feel your pain, which is why they've developed the world's first pen that can replicate 16 million

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Want Your Own Honeycomb Hive? Vivid Sydney’s LED Cellular Tessellation Pavilion is For Sale!

Want Your Own Honeycomb Hive? Vivid Sydney’s LED Cellular Tessellation Pavilion is For Sale!

Cellular Tessellation was built by Bond Architecture staff and students, who had to fit together 1,200 laser-cut pieces and 3,000 bolts and plywood spacers. The interesting fact about the installation is

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Amazing Photos Reveal the World of People Living Outside the System

Amazing Photos Reveal the World of People Living Outside the System

Eric Valli takes amazing pictures of outcast and autonomous people disconnected from the system. His job has taken him around to some of the world’s most remote places giving him the opportunity to peek

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11-Year-Old’s Fantastical Water-Purifying Machine Wins 2014 Doodle 4 Google Competition

11-Year-Old’s Fantastical Water-Purifying Machine Wins 2014 Doodle 4 Google Competition

Google just announced the winner of the 2014 Doodle 4 Google competition: 11-year-old Audrey Zhang from Long Island, New York! For the seventh year, Google asked children from grades K-12 to draw an

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Governor’s Cup Pavilion Weaves Through Trees With Over 25,000 Recycled Cups

Governor’s Cup Pavilion Weaves Through Trees With Over 25,000 Recycled Cups

Here at Inhabitat, we love seeing artists transform recycled materials into larger-than-life sculptures, which is why we popped over to Governors Island to check out Governor's Cup, a giant recycled-cup

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Creative Machines’ Glowing Heart Beacon Lights Up in Sync With Your Heartbeat

Creative Machines’ Glowing Heart Beacon Lights Up in Sync With Your Heartbeat

Creative Machines' Heart Beacon sculpture serves as a symbol of hope and resilience at the Emergency Coordination Center in Portland, OR. Using a touch-activated sensor, people can use their pulse to

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Trophies Without Tears: Old Bike Parts Get Upcycled into Wall Art

Trophies Without Tears: Old Bike Parts Get Upcycled into Wall Art

  Upcycled Trophies is a series of wall mounts created by Spanish sculptor Enrique Recio, who combines his twin passions for sculpture and vintage bicycle restoration to create these

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Wi-Fi Connected Collaborative Cooking Machine Lets 5 Chefs Cook Together from Afar

Wi-Fi Connected Collaborative Cooking Machine Lets 5 Chefs Cook Together from Afar

The Stockholm-based project is the work of Christian Isberg, Petter Johansson Kukacka, Lasse Korsgaard and chef Carl Berglöf, who see it as a "project about how food, interaction and anonymity can create

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Sardine Can Dioramas Paint a Voyeuristic Picture of People in their Apartments

Sardine Can Dioramas Paint a Voyeuristic Picture of People in their Apartments

To illustrate how different two people's lives can be in the big city, Italian artist Nathalie Alony has hand-crafted a cross-section of urban apartment scenes inside empty sardine cans. "Home Sweet

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Colorful LEDs Transform Industrial Shipyard into Giant Origami-Like Light Show

Colorful LEDs Transform Industrial Shipyard into Giant Origami-Like Light Show

Skira had entertained the idea of turning Pula's shipyard cranes into monumental works of art since 2000, but it was only recently that he was able to gather the city support, funding, and technology

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Hungary Builds World’s Tallest LEGO Tower

Hungary Builds World’s Tallest LEGO Tower

If you have ever dreamed of building a LEGO tower up to the sky, this latest world record is right up your alley. A group of schoolchildren teamed up with workers in Hungary to create the world’s

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Jeff Friesen’s Awesome ‘Bricksy’ Works Recreate Bansky Classics in LEGO

Jeff Friesen’s Awesome ‘Bricksy’ Works Recreate Bansky Classics in LEGO

Friesen is an award-winning professional photographer by day, but his LEGO-based artworks began humbly enough last year as a collaborative summer project with his daughter, June. Initially, Friesen was

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Federico Uribe Creates Mind-Blowing Sculptures From Hundreds of Colored Pencils

Federico Uribe Creates Mind-Blowing Sculptures From Hundreds of Colored Pencils

Uribe is inspired by the reuse of everyday objects into art materials. For these sculptures, he challenges the conventional use of colored pencils, which are usually pressed to paper to create art, and

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Functional Eco Design Gems at Milan Design Week 2014

Functional Eco Design Gems at Milan Design Week 2014

I'll begin with the installation Animal House, sponsored by Marni and exhibited at Viale Umbria 42. This big and luminous open space displayed different animal sculptures of metal and bright colored PVC,

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The Manicure of the Future Gives You Smart Fingernails

The Manicure of the Future Gives You Smart Fingernails

You've seen smart phones, smart glasses and even smart watches, but how about smart fingernails? Wearable technology is poised to become huge, so two students at the Art Center College of Design in

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Retired Man Sculpts an Extraordinary 100-Foot-Long Dragon Hedge in England!

Retired Man Sculpts an Extraordinary 100-Foot-Long Dragon Hedge in England!

Located at the side of Brooker's home in East Rudham, this 100-foot-long mythical beast sitting comfortably near the road took ten years to complete. A retired fan maker, Brooker said his inspiration

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This Ring is Made of Smog Harvested From Beijing’s Polluted Skies

This Ring is Made of Smog Harvested From Beijing’s Polluted Skies

Last October we wrote about Dutch designer Daan Roosegaarde, who developed a vacuum cleaner that can suck urban smog right out of the air. Now the designer is turning that smog vacuumed from the skies of

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Studio Jon Male’s Colorful Trophy Rugs Are Made Without Hurting a Single Animal

Studio Jon Male’s Colorful Trophy Rugs Are Made Without Hurting a Single Animal

Why do people decorate their homes with dead animals? Studio Jon Male has created a line of clever oriental rugs that are both animal friendly and aesthetically pleasing. The colorful rugs were designed

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This Collaborative Art Installation Proves that Rubbish Can Be a Resource for Beauty

This Collaborative Art Installation Proves that Rubbish Can Be a Resource for Beauty

"Art changes people and people change the world". This idea was put forth by British artist Char Evans of Eco Art Installations, and her new collaborative art installation in Auroville, India, is proof of

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PHOTOS: Artists Breathe New Life into Abandoned Miami Marine Stadium

PHOTOS: Artists Breathe New Life into Abandoned Miami Marine Stadium

Designed in 1963 by recent Cuban immigrant Hilario Candela, the stadium was acclaimed for its passive principle design, which keeps visitors naturally cool in the hot Miami sun.  The 6,566 seat stadium

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Julia Wilman’s Magnetic and Adorable Wooden Bugs Help Kids Exercise Their Imaginations

Julia Wilman’s Magnetic and Adorable Wooden Bugs Help Kids Exercise Their Imaginations

Wilman's fun, roly poly-like toys were showcased at Wanted Design 2014 as part of NASZ, a curated collection of products designed and manufactured in Poland. NASZ selected designers based on their

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Artist Repairs Chicago’s Streets by Covering Potholes With Beautiful Mosaics

Artist Repairs Chicago’s Streets by Covering Potholes With Beautiful Mosaics

Harsh Chicago winters, including the last one which was among the most brutal on record, affect the state of city infrastructure. The cracks and holes in the streets significantly affect safety, both in

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