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Glowbelly Steamboat

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Tan Lun Cheak's dual purpose table lamp/food cooker.

Is Singaporean designer Tan Lun Cheak a mindreader? Just the other day we were thinking about how if all products should had at least two distinct functions, then the world would need half as much stuff. Then today we stumbled upon a Dezeen post about the Glowbelly Steamboat, Cheak's table lamp slash hot pot. Made of glass, the components of the lamp can be reconfigured to form a......read more

Moody Painterly Photos

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Photographs by Kristoffer Axen

We’ve seen lots of hyperrealistic paintings that enable a painted image to appear to be a photograph, but does it work the other way around? With the camera in the hands of photographer Kristoffer Axen it certainly does. His photographs truly feel as if they were paintings.  With the help of dark filters, and otherworldly lighting, he creates the illusion of gloomy, ominous rainy......read more

Lina Bielinyte's Melancholic Nature Images

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Moody analog beauty from the Lithuanian photographer

Hailing from the rainy Baltic country of Lithuania, 22-year old photographer Lina Bielynte started exploring picture-taking with a digital camera around six years go. But it wasn't until she found her grandpa's old Soviet-made Zorki camera that things really took off. The analog device opened up a whole new world of light and shadow, and Lina's hazy, semi-abstract images of natural scenes......read more

Lisa Sorgini: Lambent

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A moody collection of landscapes captured in Australia and New Zealand

Melbourne-based photographer Lisa Sorgini sent us a link to Lambent, a gorgeous collection of landscapes she shot around Australia and New Zealand. Taking her inspiration from quiet hush of the countryside, Lisa says that the series explores some of the contradictions that are unique to the Southern Hemisphere: ...the extreme contrast between light and dark, the burden of clouds and......read more

Good Mood Foods

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Comfort food is real, say scientists

Happy news for lovers of berries, tea, and chocolate. New research finds that the natural ingredients in these foods bear a striking chemical similarity to a widely used mood-stabilizing drug, and may have some of the same benefits."Molecules in chocolate, a variety of berries and foods containing omega-3 fatty acids have shown positive effects on mood," said Karina Martinez-Mayorga, Ph.D.,......read more

Moody Landscapes by Silvia Mogni

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Awe-inspiring photography from the European hinterland

Silvia Mogni is a professional architect and freelance photographer living in in Zurich. She's less interested in shooting pictures of buildings than in training her lens on sweeping natural landscapes, which she depicts in mystical, otherworldly fashion. With a great eye for texture, she captures mercurial images of European landscapes, from the snowy Alps in Switzerland, to the sunny......read more

Dom'Up Treehouse - More Than Glamping

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From Dutch Arboriculturist Bruno de Grunne and Architect Nicolas d'Ursel

These Dutch designers give a modern and luxurious twist the the idea of a treehouse.  Bruno de Grunne and Nicolas d'Ursel from Trees and People invented a suspension style cabin that is a beauty on many levels. Not only is their treehouse a syberatic way to indulge in nature, but it's designed to respect the trees. It's apparently super easy to install and leaves no trace or impact on the......read more

The GMO Clampdown

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Monsanto and GMO lobbyists are feeling the heat from governments

Ocean Robbins for The Huffington Post: It hasn't been a good week for Monsanto and the rest of the biotech industry. Just three days ago, Mexico banned genetically engineered corn. Citing the risk of imminent harm to the environment, a Mexican judge ruled that, effective immediately, no genetically engineered corn can be planted in the country. This means that companies like Monsanto will no......read more

Salvaged Wood LED Lamps by Marco Stefanelli

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Brecce collection combines scrap wood with hi-tech LEDs

For his Brecce collection, Italian designer Marco Stefanelli hit upon the clever idea of combining natural, salvaged materials with future-forward lighting technology. The lamps are made from discarded wood scraps into which Stefanelli embeds LED lights and before covering them in resin. The lights cast a soft and calming glow that warmly define whatever space they're in. Stunning pieces.......read more

Relumine by Mischer’Traxler

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Two found lamps share one fluorescent bulb.

Around SHFT, the only thing we like more than saving energy is clever use of found materials. Relumine, a lighting design project from Vienna designers Mischer'Traxler, features both in spades, so we're pretty lit up about it.  Each Relumine is made from two discarded lamps, which are refinished then fitted with a low-energy fluorescent bulb shared between the two.   "The......read more

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