Tesla wants to build electric cars in China to tap the world’s largest auto market

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Tesla is looking for ways to secure its foothold in the Chinese auto market . Specifically, the California-based electric car maker wants to start building cars in the country that has the largest auto sales market in the world. Given that electric vehicles are in high demand in China, this seems like a natural move, but CEO Elon Musk admits there are a number of challenges to overcome before a China-based Tesla factory could become a reality. Read the rest of Tesla wants to build electric cars in China to tap the world’s largest auto market

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Luke Brabants turns old skate decks into art for your wall

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Luke Brabants is recycling, one skateboard at a time. Anyone serious about skateboarding knows that you can go through decks like tissue paper.  So Brabants takes old skateboards that have been piling up, turning them in to new pieces of art for the wall. These old skate decks become unique reclaimed art, with grind marks and all the history of each deck engrained in to them to make each one truly unique. Brabant uses organic shapes from fauna to flora to transform the shape of these decks and then hand cuts using a jigsaw to create a truly different piece of art. + Luke Brabants The article above was submitted to us by an Inhabitat reader. Want to see your story on Inhabitat ? Send us a tip by following this link. Remember to follow our instructions carefully to boost your chances of being chosen for publishing!

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