Designer Stuart Haygarth makes chandeliers out of discarded materials.
This one's made from 1020 eyeglasses.
Artist Peter Schuyff carves baseball bats.
"I’ve made long walks in New Guinea, the Amazon, Burma, jungles, I like jungles," he says. "At the end of the day there’s not much to do and I started carving sticks while staring off somewhere. When I got back to New York I’d carve pencils in front of the television."
Think you know where this story goes.
Aspiring gentlemen farmers might seriously
consider moving to Detroit. There's cheap, open land, fertile soil, ample
water, willing labor, and a desperate demand for decent food.
prairie” where tracts of formerly urbanized land have returned to nature,
Detroit may be best positioned to become the world’s first one hundred percent
food self-sufficient city.
Five hundred small plots have been created by an
international organization called Urban Farming, founded by acclaimed
songwriter Taja Sevelle. And with homes selling for $12k, it's your ultimate
blank canvas. (Heck, you could own a subdivision!)
The human animal: “Desire line” paths crossing vacant land.
And the copywriting just gets better the more I read it: For the clearance price of $24.95 (was $52.95) these "padded underwear for men (duh!) who need to balance upper body and lower body."
So if someone you know is in the market for some enhancement, jump over to Package Booster, but remember, this is a final sale item.