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Felt Food by Bees Felt Market

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Made from recycled plastic bottles, these felt food objects will have you foaming at the mouth $10.00

They say that one shouldn't go grocery shopping while hungry. The same might be said about visiting Heidi Marie's Etsy shop, Bee's Felt Market, which is full of felt food objects that are so realistic-looking, you might be tempted to take a bite. Using felt made from recycled PET plastic, Heidi's creations mimic all our favorite snack foods, from pizza and tacos to chips and doughnuts. Don't see......read more

Graf and Lantz Felt Wine Quiver

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Stylish carrier keeps your wine cozy wherever you go. $126.00

From their Los Angeles design studio, Holger Graf and Daniel Lantz create useful daily products from luxurious, sustainable materials. Perfect for a summer picnic in the park, the Graf and Lantz Felt Wine Quiver allows you to bring your booze in style. Made of elegant merino wool with vegetable-tanned leather details, the Quiver has adjustable side belts to snugly fit any kind of bottle. Going......read more

Muuto Restore Storage Basket

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Stylish storage unit made from recycled plastic bottles. $120.00

Here's a handy one. Young Finnish designer Mika Tolvanen created this multifunctional basket to store anything from magazines and newspapers to toys and firewood. On the green tip, the super-useful design is made of soft-but-durable felt that itself is made from recycled plastic bottles. The Muuto Restore Basket measures 13.7 x 18.75 x 9" and is available in light grey, blue, purple,......read more

Felt Pod Planters by Flip & Tumble

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Colorful, fuzzy planters in 100% recycled felt $14.00

Showcase your favorite plant specimen in one of these cheap and cheerful house planters from Flip & Tumble. Made of 100% recycled felt, the pod-shaped vessels keep plants safe and snug while adding a pop of color to any room. Flip & Tumble is the brainchild of San Francisco-based designers Hetal Jariwala and Eva Bauer, who bring a playful approach to sustainable design.......read more

Ars Natura: Lea Turto

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Finnish artist's felted trees unlock the mystical past of her homeland.

The Finns are a thoroughly modern people. They are world-famous for their uber-modern design aesthetic and are wont to include any historical references of any sort in their architecture or design. And while the country revels in its modern history, it is next to impossible to find any information on the ancient roots of the Finnish people. In contrast to Norway and Sweden, Finland is not......read more

Jonathan Safran Foer on Meat

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Breathtaking photos of East African wildlife.

In Jonathan Safran Foer's latest book "The Eating of Animals" the lauded novelist dives deep into the complex morality of eating meat. An avowed vegetarian, Foer stops short of preaching the vegan way of life, but presents some pretty damning testimony about factory farms and the lives of animals raised on them. The Atlantic correspondant Jeffrey Goldberg had a discussion with Foer......read more

Alter Eco: Outstanding In The Field

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For artist and chef Jim Denevan, ephemeral land art and sustainable food provide the same charge.

In this clip from ALTER ECO, Denevan discusses his work cooking impromptu meals from local ingredients and making temporal art in the sand....read more

Catch Me If You Can

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New rules of the sea mean new recipes on the plate.

Like so many fisheries around the world, the seafood stocks off the Southeastern coast of the U.S. have been decimated by overfishing. The situation is so critical that regional fisheries managers believe that many of the most commonly fished species, including grouper, sea bass and red snapper, are in danger of disappearing for good. Recreational and commercial fishing for those species have......read more

After-Party Pondering

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David Vega dishes up some food and drink ideas for the morning after.

As I write this I think back on the past few days’ efforts to make small daily changes to my eating habits. Believe me, I’m not one to deny myself the things I enjoy; I’m more likely to find something that both satisfies my cravings and that I can feel good about eating. Applying it has actually been much easier than I expected. If I stick to satisfying the senses, I find myself wanting to......read more

Earth (Hour) Night

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Try this at home.

Always well-informed on all things green design, the good folks at Inhabitat tipped us off on the Breezeway House, the certified by the ...read more

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