Energy Efficiency Starrs At Home

By • Apr 13th, 2014

The extend of industry in developing ways to produce energy should give us a clue sat to what we should do as consumers.

Giant Poster Of Girl Aims To Make Remote Aircraft Operators Think Before They Bomb

By • Apr 9th, 2014

A giant poster of a girl, specially designed to be captured by satellites, was set up in a village in the northwest of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa region, which is close to the border with Afghanistan to draw the attention to the pilot-less aircraft attacks killing innocent people including children.

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By • Mar 6th, 2014

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Vermibus – Dissolving Europe

By • Feb 16th, 2014

Dissolving Europe is the last artistic/activist project that stormed Europe this year from Vermibus.

100 Advertising interventions, 18 days, 6 countries.

Using an inter-rail ticket, Vermibus set out with a set of 90 master-keys and his pallet of solvents to physically and temporally off-shoring the world of advertisements in the name of fine art.

Likes In Real Life. Literally

By • Feb 7th, 2014

Photographer Curro Chozas would like to share with us an experiment he´s working on. There is no brand involved. “I have always been interested in bringing experiences from online to offline platforms, in other words take internet experiences to the real world. I did a photo-exhibition in FB the album was public and anyone could comment on it and I pledged to print and paste all the comments in the real world. I thought It would be awesome if I got 1,000 and had to print and paste them, it would be a very long line that would pass through the whole Gallery where the work was displayed. All the photos were taken with an iPhone 4S, Apps used are detailed in one of the photos.”

Future Of Sustainable Architecure: My Palram Office

By • Feb 4th, 2014

Temperature layering inside a building with removable and swinging walls . It was next to impossible to be comfortable sitting at this desk in a stone building at 7,000 feet before this office was installed……….Lowered ceiling just like Frank Lloyd Wright would like and approve of. A sitting space that offers comfort when we can’t afford to heat the entire space. The earth is more comfortable, my personal economy more comfortable. Win Win architectural remodel. In the words of Frank Lloyd Wright, Fashion and Function are one.

Making Cold Stone Building Comfortable

By • Feb 4th, 2014

At 7,000 feet no less. I live in one of the coldest buildings on the western slope of Colorado. This stone wall was partially disassembled because it was falling down so thought it better to take it down controlled. The original shed roof was metal and also converted to Palram plastic. Green houses have never been so affordable.

Converting a shed roof to a solar room is now affordable and can have application for a sustainable world ………. since fossil fuels are no longer what they were quacked up to be.

Backyard Zen Garden

By • Feb 4th, 2014

Discovering your backyard. Travel into this beautiful space. This particular garden was built for a client as a memorial to his mother. Stone is carved to make a small stream of water from a simple lower pond made of rubber liner; see the next photo. The contrast in beautifully carved river stone with the angular stone is beautiful all year.

Artist Creates Cloud-Like Installation Made Of Foam

By • Jan 17th, 2014

This installation by Japanese artist Kohei Nawa called “Foam” gives us the opportunity to experience the unexperienceable. In his new work for the Aichi Triennale 2013, Nawa creates a well-known yet unbelievably magical landscape – a room full of clouds. Using nothing but foam, he filled the entire space with cloud-like mountains for visitors to wander about.

17th Century Dutch Paintings Assembled From Hundreds Of Knickknacks

By • Jan 16th, 2014

Michael Mapes, an American artist, gave a few 17th century masterpieces by Rembrandt, van der Helst and Pickenoy some solid make-overs. His technique resembles collage because he uses hundreds of small pieces like pins, capsules, prints, sequins, resin and more to compose the intricately detailed portraits.