Inhabitat's Green Halloween Costume Contest is underway for 2014. To help you get in the spirit of things, we're revisiting some of our past contest favorites, along with all their handy DIY instructions.
Each of Laurel's birds are carefully crafted from beak to tail feather. The iridescent bodies are comprised of hundreds of unwanted fake nails and polishes donated from the likes of OPI with overstock or
More frightening than those bruises, broken bones, or arthritis, your old skateboards have come back to haunt you. Carved from the remnants of shattered boards by designer Beto Janz, these creepy heads
Other than the fact that it was constructed in Russia, we aren't entirely sure who's responsible for this mean-looking chainsaw bike. While it may look like it's designed for the sole purpose of cutting
You've probably noticed how popular is cardboard in the world of sustainable products lately. Following the examples of foldable furniture and cardboard surfboards, a team from Eindhoven, the Netherlands,
Montreal's Izakaya Kinoya has been a hit on the city's food scene since its opening in 2012, but Jean de Lessard's recent renovation of the Japanese tapas bar is expected to draw even larger crowds eager
Artist Wim Delvoye has proven that he is the master of transforming disused machinery and tires into gorgeous works of art. But the artist also has a sinister side, as this his Chapel series illustrates
German artist team Neulant van Exel - comprised of architect Axel van Exel and sculptor Marian Neulant - turned an elderly BMW 820i into a fabulous party machine called the Brassmobil. With a controller