If you’re going to do something, do it right. Something like that was probably running through this guys head when he saw a spider scuttle across his wall
Stray dogs with bright blue fur are being spotted all around an industrial area in India, due to the high quantities of toxic waste dumped into the local river. Navi Mumbai’s … Read more The post In India, stray dogs are suddenly turning blue appeared first on Lost At E Minor: For creative people .
Alarmed by the pace at which habitats are being destroyed, Mexican studio ‘Maizz Visual’ recently put up an installation that makes animals judgingly stare at the culprits ruining their homes: … Read more The post Wild animals ‘appeared’ in New York to send a message about habitat destruction appeared first on Lost At E Minor: For creative people .
Weird weather is a thing in the Amazon, where it starts raining a couple of months before any H2O has been blown in from the ocean on seasonal winds. Until now no …
Dani and Dave’s Scandinavian Minimalistic Home (Image credit: Elissa Crowe ) If you’re into green cleaning like me, you probably think of vinegar as a magical elixir that will easily and cheaply clean anything in your home. Not quite
One of the number one things you should never do is look directly at the sun during a solar eclipse. In fact, it’s probably the only rule about solar eclipses. …
You spend about one-third of your life in bed, so it’s an important place to invest in clean, healthy, and beautiful products! These 10 makers of certified organic bedding offer a range of designs to suit every taste and budget. READ MORE »
Not to be a party pooper, but it’s a fact that us joyous humans are rapidly destroying our own planet. Renowned photographer Benjamin Von Wong has created an awesome photoshoot … Read more The post Canadian artist uses 10,000 plastic bottles and a mermaid to create stunning images appeared first on Lost At E Minor: For creative people .
Plans have been unveiled for a forest city in China capable of absorbing up to 10,000 tons of carbon dioxide and 57 tons of pollutants annually. Called the Liuzhou Forest ..
Three students from the National Taiwan University of Arts implemented a senior project that will forever alter the way the world views pollution.