REVISITED is an independent design collective based in Brooklyn, New York City.
Revisited makes pillow cases from old shirts found mostly in thrift stores.“While seeing those hundreds of shirts waiting to be tried on we knew we wanted to make something out of them, something new. Many of them were too big or simply had an outdated shape. We selected the best fabrics, interesting structures in natural blends and were ready to rework them” - R
Green streets in my neighborhood Moscow, Russia(Москва, район Ленинского проспекта и ул. Обручева). One thing I miss about growing up during Communism - the overgrowth. Photograph by Dmitriy Chistoprudov.
Wild Tigers Will be Extinct in 2022. Poster found on http://fourleafcloverblog.com
Vertical garden in Barcelona, Spain.
Photo taken in Tofino, Vancouver Island, British Columbia.
Logging has been the mainstay industry on Vancouver Island for over a century. Logging operations involving old-growth forests such as those found on Clayoquot Sound are controversial and have gained international attention through the efforts of activists and environmental organizations. -Wiki
Watch this video about trees: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-HSaAlPRN-c&feature=player_embedded
Autumn Workshop is a design and fabrication studio started by Brooklyn based designer Daniel Goers. The workshop designs products and furniture inspired by natural and found materials, often integrating plant and animal habitats. Autumn workshop lamps are now on display until May 11 at Saffron* flower shop(31 Hanson Place, Brooklyn, NY)
*Saffron is a boutique flower, vintage and handcrafted goods shop in Fort Greene, Brooklyn. They regularly present work by local artists amongst an exciting assortment of exotic plants and handmade items.
Watch a video about it: http://hudsonvalley.ynn.com/content/all_news/535445/a-cool-pad/
Beautiful tree globe poster created by Judy Kaufmann.
When I was little I loved jumping on puddles after rain.
Beautiful photographs by The Rivers Closet
Tempera, 21” x 25 1/4”
“The project deals with giving new life to damaged, out-of-use furniture. over the past year, I practiced furniture-healing through design. The cultural and personal history of each piece of damaged furniture served as a starting point for the treatment, which attempted to preserve each one of their stories. the intention was to explore with joy, the multiple personalities, and the defects that exist in old products, and to create a human and hybrid aesthetic language[...] I started exploring a visual language that deals with imperfections, and giving objects human-like gestures.” - Noam Tabenkin
Read more about noam Tabenkin’s furniture on Visual Syntex
Snow Piece by Yoko Ono.
I love this extra shabby, homemade wardrobe. Found on http://www.kabinettandkammer.com/
I do not remember where I found this photograph or artist
but I think this photo is really funny. Ha-ha
“A picture of a house is taken before its demolition. A sofa is built from the building rubble of the house. The sofa is a portrait of the house in design and colours. The framed photo is hanging above the sofa” - Michael Sailstorfer
Gamper Martino has been collecting discarded old/broken chairs from London streets over a period of two years and then spending 100 days reconfiguring the design of each in an attempt to transform its character and function.
The Laughing Owl (Sceloglaux albifacies), also known as Whēkau or the White-faced Owl, was an endemic owl found in New Zealand, but is now extinct. It was plentiful when European settlers arrived in New Zealand in 1840. By 1880, the species was becoming rare, and the last recorded specimen was found dead at Bluecliffs Station in Canterbury, New Zealand on July 5, 1914
The Laughing Owl generally occupied rocky, low rainfall areas. Being quite large, Laughing Owls were able to deal with the introduced European rats that had caused the extinction of so much of their prey; however, the stoats introduced to control feral rabbits, and feral cats were too much for the species.
Lawrence Beck is a New York based artist who explores controlled and unbound nature. Beck takes photographs plants in national forests, city parks and botanic gardens. He celebrates the beauty of plants while undercutting this ’natural’ elegance by revealing its manufacturedness.
I have a bunch of dead light bulbs that are waiting to be recycled. While they are waiting they can be turned into beautiful art! P.S (Keep away from children) Read about it on Family Chic: http://cfabbridesigns.com
Note from ehow: A simple household light bulb can be deceptively difficult to recycle. Some light bulbs feature filaments and other parts made of mercury, contributing to the inclusion of toxins in the environment. You should collect all of your light bulbs and recycle them.
What to do with old books? Crazy book origami. Via: Unconsumption
Gulf of Mexico oil spill from space
Stump stools by the Cumulus Project.
(The wood for these three stools was harvested from a fallen maple tree)
“Log Stools” by Kevin Heisner.
P.S (It is better than bad it is good!)
A chest of drawers made from old suitcases.
Patterns in waste ash at coal- fired electrical generation station, Moncks Corner, SC
Aerial view of bauxite waste
Removal of Overburden from Blasting Kayford Mountain, West Virginia
Photographs by J Henry Fair