British designer Anna Bullus has devised a way to recycle chewing gum and turn it into beautiful objects, in an initiative that could save millions in public money.
Unlike grout cleaning and emptying the dishwasher, vacuuming is a household chore that I never mind doing. I love seeing all the dirt in the canister and knowing that I got all that out of our living space, and I love the immediate sense of satisfaction from looking at a newly-vacuumed rug
Following heavy rainfall in and around Hobart last week, which led to serious flooding in some areas, one of Tasmania’s most beautiful and rare sites has revealed itself again. No, … Read more The post Australia’s magic island reveals its mythical disappearing lake appeared first on Lost At E Minor: For creative people .
I’m a huge baby about temperature, and fans sometimes just don’t cut it. So in the midst of a recent heatwave I decided I was going to bite the bullet and get an air conditioner. But when I started researching online, I found myself confused by the various units’ cooling and efficiency numbers, with prices seemingly directly correlated with each.
A new vegan sneaker design is giving a totally new meaning to foot fungus by turning mushrooms into environmentally friendly shoes.
New York-based product designer Scott Amron has built a device that’ll help reduce the over 400 million plastic and wooden coffee stirring sticks thrown away EVERY DAY. The invention, called … Read more The post Stircle: a device that stirs your coffee to help reduce waste appeared first on Lost At E Minor: For creative people
By 2050, there’d be more plastic in the sea than fish, according to science.
There’s an 800-year-old tree in India that is being kept alive by an IV drip and I can’t think of anything better in the world than this right now. Termites …
Here’s a great idea: instead of disposing of plastic bottles, why don’t we just wear the materials instead? Sounds crazy, but that’s what siblings Jake and Caroline Danehy of Fair …
We’re eager for that moment to throw our windows open to fresh spring breezes — and it seems that the things outside our homes are awaiting the opportunity, too (but for different motives). If it’s not the pollen blowing inside, it’s the bugs that somehow make it through the tiniest nooks and crannies you don’t see (even if you have screens).