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Wayne Levin Photography

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Mindmelting undersea photography depicts the ocean as you've never seen it before.

Wayne Levin's black and white photos of underwater worlds may leave you wondering if someone spiked your breakfast. The dreamlike, hallucinatory images depict the ocean in an exceptionally unearthly light. Beautiful stuff....read more

How to Fund a Clean Energy Project

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State-level green investment funds could create a real marketplace for renewable energy projects

Nancy Cook for National Journal: Anyone in search of financing for a clean- or renewable-energy project need look no further than the state of New York. In December 2013, New York launched its first-ever "green bank," an ambitious state-run $1 billion investment fund meant to help finance the kinds of local energy-efficiency and clean-energy projects that bigger financial institutions......read more

Goodmix

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Commune Design and Valerie Confections team up to take snacking to another level $20.00

LA-based collaborators Commune and Valerie Confections have added a third item to a partnership forged in deliciousness and good design. With Commune handling the branding and packaging reigns, Valerie delivers the flavor. The latest is Goodmix, a mouthwatering, gluten-free snack, featuring a slow roasted blend of almonds, pumpkin seeds, light brown sugar, and dark chocolate. The bittersweet......read more

Recycled Sweater Blanket

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This blanket assembled from wool sweater scraps is on a whole other level of cozy $199.00

Boulder, CO-based Etsy seller Sarah McGregor describes herself as a "stay-at-home mom by day and a mad woman with some yarn and a hook by night."  We're thankful for her nighttime habits because they result in beautifully crafted wool products like this one-of-a-kind blanket assembled from six different wool and wool-blend sweaters that Sarah felted, hand cut, and pieced......read more

Subcarpati, "Am crescut pe la Romana"

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Next level creativity from Romania.

This video for Romanian musician Subcarpati, an animation of a street sign figure coming to life, shows some major commitment to creativity. According to the film's creators, Ionut Negrila and Mihai Calota, “The story makes more sense if you understand the lyrics." Well, we don't, but that's not keeping us from falling in love with it. The zero-budget production involved 57......read more

SportPlaza Mercator by VenhoevenCS

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With its exterior facade completely covered in plants, an Amsterdam leisure center takes green roofs to the next level

De Baarsjes in Amsterdam is a multicultural neighbourhood that is home to people from 129 different countries. The city district wanted to boost community life in the neighbourhood, so they hired local firm VenhoevenCS to dream up a building that combines swimming pools, a therapy pool, fitness, aerobics, a sauna and steam bath, a party centre, café and childcare alongside a restaurant.......read more

Momentum Reel Mower

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Next-level mowing tech from Fiskars $249.00

When a company has been around since 1649, they're probably doing something right. Fiskars is the oldest company in Finland and the brand behind the Momentum Reel Mower, an easy-pushing, eco-friendly mowing machine for any length of grass. Using smart ergonomics and a bunch of patent-pending cutting technology, the Momentum Reel Mower delivers best-in-class mowing performance without gas,......read more

Wasara Biodegradable Plates

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Single-use tableware elevated to new levels of elegance and sustainability. $9.00

Green design lovers rejoice, eco-friendly Japanese design has hit the world of disposable plates. Made from tree-free renewable materials (sugar cane fiber, bamboo, and reed pulp), Wasara plates are fully biodegradable and compostable. The only problem is that they're so well-crafted, you may not want to throw them out. ...read more

The Productive Potential of Vacant Lots

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Can the Ultra-Ex project save Cleveland?

There are about 20,000 vacant lots in Cleveland, with 1,000 more being added every year. Across other Great Lakes cities, the picture is much the same. To most, the empty parcels of land are a painful reminder of American economic decline. To Ultra-Ex, a team of Cleveland-area scientists, they represent space for ecological experimentation. The Ultra-Ex scientists (the "ultra stands for......read more

Paintings by Amy Casey

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Cleveland painter dreams up fantasy cityscapes

Amy Casey's most recent crop of paintings are noticeably devoid of people and creatures, but there are plenty of signs of life. Her depictions of houses and factories resting precariously on stilts, or connected in mid-air by a tangled mess of cables, offer an anthropomorhpic interpretation of city buildings. Amy has conjured a fantasy urban landscape where the humans have left and the buildings......read more

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