This Creepy Camera is Made from a 150-Year-Old Human Skull

October 27, 2014 by  
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As Halloween fast approaches, we were inspired to bring you some of the darkest and most bizarre items we’ve come across. Hands down, this pinhole camera crafted by sculptor  Wayne Martin Belger is the spookiest we have ever seen. The piece, entitled Third Eye , is part of a small collection of eerie photography equipment made from metal, precious stones, and human remains. Read the rest of This Creepy Camera is Made from a 150-Year-Old Human Skull Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: Art , Belger , Belger sculptor , camera , creepy , Eco , green , halloween , human remains , human skull , human skull camera , human skulls , pin hole , pin hole camera , pinhole camera , sculptor , sculpture , skull , skull camera , skulls , Sustainable , Wayne Belger , Wayne Martin Belger

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PPAG Architects’ Restaurant Renovation and Extension Project Is a Labyrinth of Reflections

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Peeing in the Shower Could Save Millions of Gallons of Water (and Dollars)

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A new campaign by students at a British University encourages students to take their first pee of the day in their morning shower. And before we all lapse into a collective ewwww , the ‘ Go With the Flow ‘ campaign makes some mighty convincing arguments. The University of East Anglia (UEA) students found that if everyone in the UK changed their early morning bathroom habits, it would save a staggering 190 million gallons of water , and £430 million ($692 million) each year. Read the rest of Peeing in the Shower Could Save Millions of Gallons of Water (and Dollars) Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: campus , Drought , go with the flow , Norfolk , pee in shower , shower , showering , toilet flush , toilet flushing , uea , university of east anglia , water issues , water shortage , water usage

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