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  • personal biospheres

    Vaughn Bell, a Seattle-based artist, created these biosphere boxes suspended from the ceiling. The artist had a box up at Bumbershoot, in Seattle, that I saw in-person. It feels like a different world when you stick your head in, especially in the two-person. He calls the installation “Village Green”. More from inhabitat.

  • EcoArtTech release turbulance commission.

    Cary Peppermint and Christine Nadir, who make up EcoArtTech, have just posted their Turbulance commission. Its a great project that corrupts image files based on the pollution outside a national park where the flickr image was taken. “Eclipse” is a user driven, networked-art application that alters and corrupts United States national and state park images […]

  • Nude at Ted Talks: miru kim

    Ted Talks has a great presentation by miru kim on her work. It’s a short 15 minute talk but offers some interesting insight into her motivations, work, and explorations About Miru Kim: Miru Kim is a fearless explorer of abandoned and underground places. Her photography underscores the vulnerable nature of the human explorer in these […]

  • A Life Study of Chernobyl Through Drawings.

    After the reactor accident at Chernobyl in 1986, she found her true calling: since then, Cornelia Hesse-Honegger has been studying and drawing malformed insects, especially true bugs (Heteroptera), which she collects in fallout areas and in the periphery of nuclear facilities. Building on her 25 years of experience as a scientific illustrator at the Natural […]

  • Limited edition Tiger. Only 399 Left.

    Vladamir Putin turned 56!! What better gift then a limited edition siberian tiger. One of 400 signed editions available in the wild. “he has yet to decide between the names Mashenka and Milashka”. telegraph.co.uk

  • GMO Milk, the female edition.

    Only available in small quantities, Dutch firm has created a new form of milk which includes “the protein which is naturally present in human tears, lung secretions, milk and other bodily fluids—fights against the bacteria that causes eye and lung infections, plays a key role in the immune system of infants and adults and improves […]

  • 2k can buy a plane and a home

    In Benoit, Mississipi when your home gets destroyed buy a plane! This 2k plane modified and turned into a home by Joanne Ussery is 12 year old news but still news when you’ve never seen it before. Apparently, others have begun to follow in her tracks on slightly larger budgets of $200,000. But thats if […]

  • Moss Graffiti invades Brooklyn

    It’s about time more moss grows in brooklyn. Edina Tokodi has been creating moss figures on building sites, and other abondoned walls. I’m guessing it’s a mixture of found moss, some biodegrable glue. Hopefully they will stay, expand and grow beyond the boundaries of her figures.

  • Fresh Salad available to billboard climbers

    In attempt to promote it’s fresh salads, McDonalds has begun installing billboards showcasing it’s greenery. Instead of using plain bold text, it’s using plants to fill in the bold text. Very Green. I wonder what happens as the plants become part of a larger system, where the billboards become nests for birds, rodents, and insects. […]


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