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QUESTO tat­u­ag­gio ha un sig­ni­fi­ca­to! Non quelle scritte giap­pone­si molto spes­so ambigue haha­hah pic.twitter.com/nQUPX1bmNY

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QUESTO tat­u­ag­gio ha un sig­ni­fi­ca­to! Non quelle scritte giap­pone­si molto spes­so ambigue haha­hah pic.twitter.com/nQUPX1bmNY

15 houseplants for improving indoor air quality: A breath of fresh airmnn.com
In the late ’80s, NASA and the Asso­ci­at­ed Land­scape Con­trac­tors of Amer­i­ca stud­ied house­plants as a way to puri­fy the air in space facil­i­ties. They found sev­er­al plants that fil­ter …

15 houseplants for improving indoor air quality: A breath of fresh air
mnn.com

In the late ’80s, NASA and the Asso­ci­at­ed Land­scape Con­trac­tors of Amer­i­ca stud­ied house­plants as a way to puri­fy the air in space facil­i­ties. They found sev­er­al plants that fil­ter …

Things I Learned After My Photo Hit #1 on Reddit, and Why I Probably Shouldn’t Have Posted It
Kris J B, petapixel.com
Last night, I posted a photo I took (shown above) in 2012 to Reddit’s /r/pics subreddit.After I posted it, the upvotes slowly began to trickle in. Within the hour it had amassed around 4000 upvotes, peaking at around 6500 and holding the top spot …

Things I Learned After My Photo Hit #1 on Reddit, and Why I Probably Shouldn’t Have Posted It
Kris J B, petapixel.com

Last night, I posted a photo I took (shown above) in 2012 to Reddit’s /r/pics subreddit.After I posted it, the upvotes slowly began to trickle in. Within the hour it had amassed around 4000 upvotes, peaking at around 6500 and holding the top spot …

The Most Astounding Aerial Photography Ever Seen
savannah, all-that-is-interesting.com
From the mindblowing 2-million strong tent city of Mecca to the staggering tulip fields of the Netherlands, we take a look at the most astounding aerial photography ever: The post The Most Astounding Aerial Photography Ever Seen appeared first…

The Most Astounding Aerial Photography Ever Seen
savannah, all-that-is-interesting.com

From the mindblowing 2-million strong tent city of Mecca to the staggering tulip fields of the Netherlands, we take a look at the most astounding aerial photography ever:
The post The Most Astounding Aerial Photography Ever Seen appeared first…

What Would Kid’s Drawings Look Like in Real-Life?
Benjamin Starr, visualnews.com
If you’ve got a young kid, your refrigerator is probably covered with drawings of bears, butterflies, cars and princesses. Let’s face it though: while the little rascals are filled with imagination, their creations aren’t exactly life-like.…

What Would Kid’s Drawings Look Like in Real-Life?
Benjamin Starr, visualnews.com

If you’ve got a young kid, your refrigerator is probably covered with drawings of bears, butterflies, cars and princesses. Let’s face it though: while the little rascals are filled with imagination, their creations aren’t exactly life-like.

This Cumulus Accumulates: Designers Create Cloud Made From Over 53,000 Pieces of Trash
Candace Kita, visualnews.com
New York-based architects and designers STUDIO KCA take trash to high places with their massive installation, Head in the Clouds. Assembled with 53,780 plastic jugs and bottles loosely strung together around an aluminum frame, Head in th…

This Cumulus Accumulates: Designers Create Cloud Made From Over 53,000 Pieces of Trash
Candace Kita, visualnews.com

New York-based architects and designers STUDIO KCA take trash to high places with their massive installation, Head in the Clouds. Assembled with 53,780 plastic jugs and bottles loosely strung together around an aluminum frame, Head in th…

This Cumulus Accumulates: Designers Create Cloud Made From Over 53,000 Pieces of Trash
Candace Kita, visualnews.com
New York-based architects and designers STUDIO KCA take trash to high places with their massive installation, Head in the Clouds. Assembled with 53,780 plastic jugs and bottles loosely strung together around an aluminum frame, Head in th…

This Cumulus Accumulates: Designers Create Cloud Made From Over 53,000 Pieces of Trash
Candace Kita, visualnews.com

New York-based architects and designers STUDIO KCA take trash to high places with their massive installation, Head in the Clouds. Assembled with 53,780 plastic jugs and bottles loosely strung together around an aluminum frame, Head in th…

What Would Kid’s Drawings Look Like in Real-Life?
Benjamin Starr, visualnews.com
If you’ve got a young kid, your refrigerator is probably covered with drawings of bears, butterflies, cars and princesses. Let’s face it though: while the little rascals are filled with imagination, their creations aren’t exactly life-like.…

What Would Kid’s Drawings Look Like in Real-Life?
Benjamin Starr, visualnews.com

If you’ve got a young kid, your refrigerator is probably covered with drawings of bears, butterflies, cars and princesses. Let’s face it though: while the little rascals are filled with imagination, their creations aren’t exactly life-like.

This Artist Launched Plants Into the Stratosphere
Paul Caridad, visualnews.com
Flowers are one of the most beautiful gifts from nature, but they look even more beautiful contrasted with the deep abyss of space. Japanese artist Azuma Makoto along with John Powell, of JP Aerospace, and a 10-person crew team, launched a…

This Artist Launched Plants Into the Stratosphere
Paul Caridad, visualnews.com

Flowers are one of the most beautiful gifts from nature, but they look even more beautiful contrasted with the deep abyss of space. Japanese artist Azuma Makoto along with John Powell, of JP Aerospace, and a 10-person crew team, launched a…

The Bird Brick Gives Endangered Birds a Home in Buildings and Garden Walls
Morgana Matus, inhabitat.com
For humans, it’s hard enough to find room and board in the city without a great deal of searching and no small amount of aggravation. For the winged members of the community, it is even more challenging to find a dwelling when their normal habitat…

The Bird Brick Gives Endangered Birds a Home in Buildings and Garden Walls
Morgana Matus, inhabitat.com

For humans, it’s hard enough to find room and board in the city without a great deal of searching and no small amount of aggravation. For the winged members of the community, it is even more challenging to find a dwelling when their normal habitat…

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Wax Poetic: Ren Yue Studies the Interaction of Humans and Nature with His Hive Sculpturescore77.com
Ed. Note: This post has been updated with the correct name of the artist. His name is Ren Yue, not Ren Ri.Much like urban gardening, beekeeping seems to have inspired renewed interest among hobbyists around the world. Sure, it’s got a certa…

Wax Poetic: Ren Yue Studies the Interaction of Humans and Nature with His Hive Sculptures
core77.com

Ed. Note: This post has been updated with the correct name of the artist. His name is Ren Yue, not Ren Ri.Much like urban gardening, beekeeping seems to have inspired renewed interest among hobbyists around the world. Sure, it’s got a certa…

Architecture-by-Bee and Other Animal Printheadsbldgblog.blogspot.fr
[Image: By John Beck­er].For thou­sands of years now, ani­mal bod­ies have been used as liv­ing 3D print­ers—or sen­tient print­heads, we might say—but the range of pos­si­ble mate­r­i­al out­puts is  …

Architecture-by-Bee and Other Animal Printheads
bldgblog.blogspot.fr

[Image: By John Beck­er].

For thou­sands of years now, ani­mal bod­ies have been used as liv­ing 3D print­ers—or sen­tient print­heads, we might say—but the range of pos­si­ble mate­r­i­al out­puts is …

Tara Donovan’s Installations Are Greater Than The Sum Of Their Parts
Andrew Salomone, makezine.com
You know those amaz­ing CGI scenes in Neil DeGrasse Tyson’s Cos­mos: A Space­time Odyssey when the cam­era does an extreme zoom to show you what some­thing is actu­al­ly made from?That’s sort of what see­ing Tara Dono­van’s cur­rent…

Tara Donovan’s Installations Are Greater Than The Sum Of Their Parts
Andrew Salomone, makezine.com

You know those amaz­ing CGI scenes in Neil DeGrasse Tyson’s Cos­mos: A Space­time Odyssey when the cam­era does an extreme zoom to show you what some­thing is actu­al­ly made from?

That’s sort of what see­ing Tara Dono­van’s cur­rent…

A Massive New Levee Could Add Two New City Blocks To Manhattan
Kelsey Campbell-Dollaghan, gizmodo.com
The footprint of Manhattan’s been expanding since the 17th century, when early New Yorkers began their first project to infill its shoreline. A huge part of the island we know today is built on artificial pilings. Now, it might get its biggest…

A Massive New Levee Could Add Two New City Blocks To Manhattan
Kelsey Campbell-Dollaghan, gizmodo.com

The footprint of Manhattan’s been expanding since the 17th century, when early New Yorkers began their first project to infill its shoreline. A huge part of the island we know today is built on artificial pilings. Now, it might get its biggest…