Only one percent of Australia’s diverse grasslands that existed in 1788 now remains. The installation Grassland Repair at Venice Biennale 2018 hopes to help change that. Curated by Mauro Baracco and Louise Wright of Baracco+Wright Architects , the installation features 10,000 plants, including 65 various grassland species, effectively turning a pavilion into a green setting
Essential oils are natural mood boosters you can use in a variety of ways at home. Choose your favorite scent combinations, and bring a little aromatherapy to your daily routine with these nine projects. You’ll feel better for it
For over a thousand years, Samurai warriors have lived their lives according to the strict ethics and code of the bushido (the way of the warrior). Trained as officers in military tactics and grand strategies, they did everything from protecting farmers to serving the noble. And now they pick up rubbish
While most music festivals set out to preach about being eco-friendly, the sea of cheap, left-over tents that are often left behind at the end of the event often serve to dilute that message. Sure, a place like Black Rock Desert – the site of Burning Man – is completely removed and leaves no trace at the end of that week-long party, but more often than not, it’s left to festival organisers to clean up a huge mess, with thousands of synthetic tents simply ending up in a landfill site. Dramatic music?
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