Plant-In City

Posted on January 9, 2013 Under Art

Wow. Awesome. Go see this in NYC. Plant-in City is a collaboration between architects, designers, and technologists who are building new ways of interacting with nature. Our 21st century sculptural terrariums combine modular architecture, basic laws of physics, embedded technologies,…

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The Rabbit Island Project

Posted on June 27, 2011 Under Life

Imagine a remote, forested island in the largest body of freshwater in the world. Now imagine living on that island and being a part of one of the most unique and challenging artist residencies in the world. Rabbit Island is that…

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Gotham Greens

Posted on June 22, 2011 Under Food

Jeff tipped me off to this. For better or for worse (I think the former), this is the future. Gotham Greens is a hydroponic farm located on a rooftop in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. They will be growing a diverse range of lettuce, salad…

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Greenpeace: A New Warrior

Posted on June 14, 2011 Under Eco

The Greenpeace: A New Warrior campaign is easily one of the most moving (and hopefully effective) uses of story telling and crowd sourced funding for good I've seen in a while. They're asking for help building a new Rainbow Warrior…

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Posted on May 20, 2011 Under Gadgetry

This is genius on so many levels. A simple metal punch that lets you turn any piece of sheet plastic like an expired ATM card, into a guitar pick. Via Core 77

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The Last Iceberg

Posted on May 6, 2011 Under Eco

This is: Heartbreaking. Amazing. Incredible. Beautiful. I'm not even sure what to think. Camille Seaman chronicles a handful of the many thousands of icebergs that are currently headed to their end.

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Icebreaker Cycling Apparel

Posted on May 3, 2011 Under Eco

I have always been a fan of Icebreaker gear. The New Zealand company has fostered strong relationships with a handful of farms where they source their amazing merino wool from. When I thought they had shown all their cards, they…

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Posted on March 30, 2011 Under Fashion

Tie-ups are the first belts wholly realized in fine and recyclable plastic. Customizable: You choose the belt, buckle and tongue color and sizes. These belts are fun and earth friendly.

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Solar Highways

Posted on March 29, 2011 Under Eco

Okay, this is some seriously out of the box thinking. What do you think?

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WeWood Watches

Posted on February 1, 2011 Under Fashion

These are kind of fun. WeWOOD watches made of 100% Natural Wood, often utilizing waste from flooring, or wood used to create musical instruments. They also say they plant one tree for every watch purchased. Via Mlive

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