6 Surprising and Delightful Origami Creations

March 31, 2012 by  
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COP16: Posters Depicting Designers’ Messages of Climate Change

November 29, 2010 by  
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If a picture is worth a thousand words, there’s a whole lot of talking going on right now at the Eleventh Annual Poster Biennial of Mexico. “Disenyadores por la tierra,” (Designers for the Earth) is an exhibition of poster design down at the COP16 Climate Change Village exploring the theme of the relationship between man and his environment. Click through all of the pictures of these eye-opening posters and visit the site to download them for yourself. + Eleventh Annual Poster Biennial of Mexico Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: climate change village , COP 16 , cop16 , designers for the planet , disenadores por la tierra , eco design , green art , green design , green graphic design , international poster exhibition , poster design , villa de cambio climatica

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Green Roofed Sports Pavillion Opens in Portugal

November 29, 2010 by  
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Photo © Nuno Sanches Architects Filipe Brandao and Nuno Sanches recently saw the completion of their collaborative design work that seamlessly integrates a fantastic sports pavilion with an existing primary school in Braga, Portugal.

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Open-Source Printer Made From Legos and a Felt-Tip Pen

June 8, 2010 by  
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Click here to view the embedded video. I wrote yesterday that our love of Legos may be the strongest proof of our innate desire to build stuff. Here’s an unbelievable tidbit of evidence in support of that theory: YouTube user horseattack made a printer from scratch using nothing but Legos, a felt tip pen and some garage electronics

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Help Redesign BP’s ‘Green’ Logo and Win $200!

June 1, 2010 by  
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We’re getting kind of sick of saying this, but BP’s latest latest attempt to stop oil from gushing into the Gulf of Mexico has failed — yet again. The oil spill is quickly becoming the largest environmental disaster in US history and BP’s unsuccessful efforts to find any sort of solution are infuriating

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OPOWER Encourages Efficiency With Energy Report Cards

March 9, 2010 by  
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Most Americans would have a fit if their credit card or cell phone company sent a dollar amount at the end of the month with no itemized description to match. But we tolerate it from our utility companies with little complaint. If we’re going to change our energy habits, we’re going to need more information to do it

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Chef Daniel Angerer Defends Cheese Made From Wife’s Breast Milk

March 9, 2010 by  
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Last week, we brought you news about Chef Daniel Angerer’s special cheese made from his wife’s breast milk , and boy did that open a can of worms ! While we expected knee-jerk ‘ EEEWWW ‘ reactions from people, we didn’t really imagine the extent to which people would get up in arms about breast milk cheese – something which in our minds is totally natural, organic, and not gross in the slightest. People got so concerned about the breastmilk cheese issue that apparently the New York Department of Health came to pay Angerer a visit over the weekend .

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The Local Paper Makes Gorgeous Eco Gift Wrap

February 2, 2010 by  
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Here’s a source for gift wrap paper that is as beautiful as it is eco-conscious. Known as The Local Paper , these couture coverings are based on unique themes that are inspired by the designers’ travel, nature, and life

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