"Titan's Rorschach" by environmental artist Felicity Nove.
Some eco-artists are dumpster divers and practice reuse because found materials are cheaper than purchasing new canvases, paints and supplies. That's a good enough reason to upcycle. But
Recycled denim insulation and programmable thermostats are all well and good (really good), but people 4,500 years ago managed to keep their homes appropriately warm and cool without high technology -- and without wasting energy. How did they do it?
With themes of environmentalism and climate change becoming increasingly popular in the art world, one artist in particular is putting eco-friendly philosophies to practice with portraits made entirely of unwanted objects. Recycling and reusing objects
It looks glorious but you wouldn't want to own this house on a stunning cliff overlooking the sea. Three houses have already had to be demolished on safety grounds because the land is slipping away and this one is the next
Most people when they think back on 2009 might not think of it as the quadricentennial of Henry Hudson's famous voyage of 1609, but for fans of the Mannahatta Project, it has been a year to celebrate. Mannahatta, the book was a big hit,
If you are lucky enough to live near a beach, participating in the World Beach Project is a wonderful way to spend a day. It's a global art project that anyone can join. Simply make a pattern with the stones found on your beach.
A 52-foot bridge made of live ice is on display in front of the Danish Parliament on the Christiansborg Slotsplads. The display for COP15 "opened" yesterday and stays up until in melts. It's part of the
"Question everything generally thought to be obvious." That's the motto of Dieter Rams. You may not know his name but you have probably owned something that he designed--he was the former head of design at Braun for forty