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Brooklyn Artist Ted Lawson Prints Self Portrait With His Own Blood

Brooklyn Artist Ted Lawson Prints Self Portrait With His Own Blood

For those of you wondering if blood is thicker than ink, just ask artist Ted Lawson. The Brooklyn artist hooked himself up to a CNC machine to draw a self portrait using his own blood. For those of you

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Awesome Airbnb Rental Lets You Go “Camping” in an Indoor Micro-Cabin in Brooklyn

Awesome Airbnb Rental Lets You Go “Camping” in an Indoor Micro-Cabin in Brooklyn

Surrounded by natural light and greenery, a night at Frezza and Chiao's miniature treehouse and 88-square-foot cabin community almost feels like living outdoors. Protected from the elements by exposed

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INTERVIEW: Model Summer Rayne Oakes On Transforming Her Brooklyn Apartment into a Greenhouse with 200+ Plants!

INTERVIEW: Model Summer Rayne Oakes On Transforming Her Brooklyn Apartment into a Greenhouse with 200+ Plants!

Some people collect stamps, other people collect cats. Summer Rayne Oakes collects plants - in a big way! The Brooklyn-based model/activist/botanist has transformed her apartment into a veritable

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Brooklyn Company Raises $10M to Grow Cow-Free Leather

Brooklyn Company Raises $10M to Grow Cow-Free Leather

Those who are vegan or simply wishing to live a cruelty-free life may soon be able to add leather products back into their fashion consumption. Not real leather made from the hides of animals, of course,

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Dr. Cow Opens a Flagship Vegan Cheese Shop in Brooklyn

Dr. Cow Opens a Flagship Vegan Cheese Shop in Brooklyn

New Yorkers now have a new place to pick up delicious vegan cheeses and other animal-free treats! Popular nut cheese purveyor Dr. Cow recently cut the ribbon on its new flagship shop in Williamsburg,

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Brooklyn’s Old Shipping Terminal Gets a New, Eco-Savvy “Comfort Station”

Brooklyn’s Old Shipping Terminal Gets a New, Eco-Savvy “Comfort Station”

The Brookly Bush Terminal seems to be getting a facelift. This historic shipping and warehouse area is being drawn into this new era of eco-responsibility and sustainability with a new 1200-square-foot

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Eco Fashion Designer M Patmos Talks About Her Sustainably-Designed Brooklyn Apartment

Eco Fashion Designer M Patmos Talks About Her Sustainably-Designed Brooklyn Apartment

Marcia Patmos, the brains behind the much-loved M Patmos eco fashion line, applies her eco-conscious mindset to everything she does. When we saw the designer during fashion week, she mentioned her

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6 Fascinating Architectural Oddities That Can Be Found in Brooklyn

6 Fascinating Architectural Oddities That Can Be Found in Brooklyn

Brooklyn has earned a reputation as one of the most unique places in the world, but did you know that some of the borough's architecture is just as quirky as its people? From a home that can't decide

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Chinese Developer Attempts to Copy Colonial Williamsburg, VA, Replicates Hipster Williamsburg, Brooklyn Instead

Chinese Developer Attempts to Copy Colonial Williamsburg, VA, Replicates Hipster Williamsburg, Brooklyn Instead

China's copycat architecture trend has been well documented - so far the nation has built full-scale replicas of the Eiffel Tower, the canals of Venice, and even an entire Austrian village. However when

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See Beautiful New Pics of the Eco-Friendly Waterfront Condos Coming to Brooklyn Bridge Park

See Beautiful New Pics of the Eco-Friendly Waterfront Condos Coming to Brooklyn Bridge Park

It's easy to see why the Pierhouse at Brooklyn Bridge Park is one of the most desirable new developments in Brooklyn. When complete, the gorgeous and eco-chic residential building will boast unparalleled

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Brooklyn Boulders Rock Climbing Gym Allows Workers to “Climb the Walls” to Reduce Stress

Brooklyn Boulders Rock Climbing Gym Allows Workers to “Climb the Walls” to Reduce Stress

Do stressful workdays make you want to climb the walls? Well, thanks to Brooklyn Boulders, you can now literally climb the walls to help relieve stress and stimulate your productivity. The climbing

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PHOTOS: Explore 3 of Brooklyn’s Most Beautiful Townhouses

PHOTOS: Explore 3 of Brooklyn’s Most Beautiful Townhouses

Are you looking for some inspiration to get your home looking its best in the new year? Inhabitat editor Diane Pham recently had a chance to explore three of Brooklyn's most gorgeous townhomes, and you

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Giant Buddha Statue Made of Recycled Materials Pops Up on Brooklyn Waterfront

Giant Buddha Statue Made of Recycled Materials Pops Up on Brooklyn Waterfront

For the past week, this enormous Buddha statue has been charming Brooklynites with its headdress made of hats, elbows made of old umbrellas and blingy necklace made of computer keyboards. The recycled

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New Renderings of Dramatic “Mantaray” Overlook for Brooklyn Bridge Park Unveiled

New Renderings of Dramatic “Mantaray” Overlook for Brooklyn Bridge Park Unveiled

A lot of excitement has been surrounding the upcoming development of Brooklyn Bridge Park's Pier 6, and new renderings of the project's dramatic "Mantaray" overlook have fueled the fire even more. BIG and

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The Human-Harp Project Turns the Brooklyn Bridge into a Giant Musical Instrument!

The Human-Harp Project Turns the Brooklyn Bridge into a Giant Musical Instrument!

If you ever looked up at the Brooklyn Bridge's rows of suspension cables and thought that it looked like a giant harp, you're not the only one. Artist Di Mainstone recently made that very connection and

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PHOTOS: Weird But Wonderful Japanese Victorian Mash-Up Home Adds Flair to Brooklyn Neighborhood

PHOTOS: Weird But Wonderful Japanese Victorian Mash-Up Home Adds Flair to Brooklyn Neighborhood

If asked where this very unique home was located, New York City probably wouldn't be your guess - but that's exactly where it is! The curious Japanese/Victorian mash-up house can be found in the Park

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PHOTOS: Crazy Yarnbombed Van by Olek Pops Up in Brooklyn

PHOTOS: Crazy Yarnbombed Van by Olek Pops Up in Brooklyn

We've seen our fair share of crazy crochet-wrapped objects, but this yarnbombed van by Olek might take the cake. The nimble-fingered yarntist covered the vehicle with her signature rainbow-camo print as

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New MakerBot 3D Printer Factory Opens in Brooklyn, NY!

New MakerBot 3D Printer Factory Opens in Brooklyn, NY!

This morning, Inhabitat was luck enough to be on the scene for the opening of the new MakerBot 3D printer factory in Brooklyn, NY. The new 50,000 sq. ft. facility in the Sunset Park neighborhood is a

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Inhabitat’s Favorite Brooklyn-Made Green Designs at BKLYN Designs 2013!

Inhabitat’s Favorite Brooklyn-Made Green Designs at BKLYN Designs 2013!

Inhabitat's favorite local NYC design show, BKLYN Designs, just wrapped up a three-day run in the DUMBO neighborhood of Brooklyn, NY, and the Inhabiteam was on the scene to source the latest and greatest

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Bower Shows Off Geometric Polaris Lamp at Brooklyn Design Show

Bower Shows Off Geometric Polaris Lamp at Brooklyn Design Show

One of the most interesting designs on display at BKLYN Designs this week is Bower's Polaris lamp, and yesterday Inhabitat's New York correspondents were able to view it in person. According to Bower,

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Old Domino Sugar Refinery to Be Reborn as Daring LEGO-Like Neighborhood in Brooklyn

Old Domino Sugar Refinery to Be Reborn as Daring LEGO-Like Neighborhood in Brooklyn

Talks about transforming Williamsburg, Brooklyn's old Domino Sugar Refinery into a vibrant new waterfront neighborhood have been going on for a while now, but SHoP Architects recently released a set of

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Brooklyn to West Gives Scrap Wood a New Life as Gorgeous Geometric Tables

Brooklyn to West Gives Scrap Wood a New Life as Gorgeous Geometric Tables

As “a builder, a fixer, and a do-it-myselfer”, Ariele Alasko of Brooklyn to West enjoys big tools, old wood, good pasta, and finding primo building material in the dumpster. Having moved to

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Brooklyn Couple Lives in a Tiny 240-Square-Foot Apartment in NYC

Brooklyn Couple Lives in a Tiny 240-Square-Foot Apartment in NYC

If you think your apartment is cramped, consider this couple who live in a mere 240 sq. feet of space...together...all the time. While it may seem like a pretty rough road to travel, Erin Boyle and James

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Meet Salvage Secrets Author Joanne Palmisano at a Book Signing and Cocktail Party Tonight in Brooklyn

Meet Salvage Secrets Author Joanne Palmisano at a Book Signing and Cocktail Party Tonight in Brooklyn

Interested in learning more about how to create awesome interiors out of reclaimed materials? Head over to Build It Green's Gowanus location tonight for a special visit from Joanne Palmisano, the author

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PHOTOS: Brooklyn’s New Shipping Container Pop-Up Pool and Beach Overlooks Downtown Manhattan

PHOTOS: Brooklyn’s New Shipping Container Pop-Up Pool and Beach Overlooks Downtown Manhattan

Sure, you could go to a regular old beach, but doesn't a pop-up pool surrounded by shipping container architecture with breathtaking views of downtown Manhattan sound a lot more enticing? It may sound

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Brooklyn Industries Unveils Seed Bomb Bracelets for Earth Day

Brooklyn Industries Unveils Seed Bomb Bracelets for Earth Day

This Earth Day, give a gift to Mother Earth and yourself with Brooklyn Industries new Seed Bomb Bracelets. The simple earthy accessories each feature a piece of twine lined with three round beads made

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Last Weekend to See the Beautiful Living Terrarium Exhibit at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden!

Last Weekend to See the Beautiful Living Terrarium Exhibit at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden!

From sharing terrarium necklace DIYs to making our own terrariums at home, we've caught a little bit of terrarium fever, if you haven't noticed. So we were thrilled by the Brooklyn Botanic

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DIY: How to Make a Gingerbread Brooklyn Brownstone

DIY: How to Make a Gingerbread Brooklyn Brownstone

Gingerbread houses are a dime a dozen come the holiday season, and this year, we have seen quite a few impressively crafted gingerbread creations. But this amazing gingerbread Brooklyn brownstone by

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New Bee Species Discovered Brooklyn, NY!

New Bee Species Discovered Brooklyn, NY!

Honeybee decline may be a serious problem, but there is some great bee news coming out of New York City this week: a whole new bee species has been discovered in the Brooklyn Botanic Garden! Officially --

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Brooklyn Grange is the World’s Largest Rooftop Farm!

Brooklyn Grange is the World’s Largest Rooftop Farm!

New York City is not what comes to mind when you think of lush green farms, but these days it seems like every unused space, from stalled construction sites to abandoned basketball courts, is being

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