The Pod fogponics system is conceived by a group of students at the Victoria University of Auckland, is a thoughtful indoor gardening system expands on the trend of growing herbs and veggies in smaller, urban dwellings by making it easier than ever to share and trade produce with friends and neighbors- literally cultivating a sense of community!
Italy based artist Chiara Biancheri is a talented freelance graphic, 3d modeler and architectural designer who enjoys working with fractal software like “Apophysis” to compose some ethereal creations. She combines her interest in fractal art(a form of digital art created by calculating fractal objects and representing the calculation results as still images, animations, and media) with her love of floral design and created below fairytale flowers like seems out of this world.
Carl Warner is a London-based photographer who uses fresh fruit, vegetables and meat to create foodscape and bring his imagination to life. Mr Warner starts work by drawing his ideas on paper. He then buys the produce and spends between one and three days assembling it with the help of pins and superglue. After photographing those setup layer after layer, he assembles them into one image in post-production which creates those dreamy landscapes and homey domestic scenes.
In Warner’s latest book “A World of Food” presents 12 of his amazing pictures – playful verse accompanies each image, guiding viewers through the pictures and inviting them to figure out the various foods used. And the idea behind that is to encourage healthier eating among younger children. Such a wonderful book for parents and children to look through together. And if you are interested in Warner’s fantastical world, you can check our previous posts about Warner’s work – “Fascinating Scape Work” and “Fascinating Food Landscape“.
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1. Cart & Banana Balloon
Not sure how many of you still use clocks for time. With the development of the technology, you can check time anywhere at your home – your microwave, your cable box, your computer, your mobile, the need for a special device to show time seems limited. But does that mean we don’t need clock anymore? Functionality-wise, maybe yes, but some clock can offer you more than just display time. They can be playful or a beautiful/unique decoration as well. Here we handpicked 9 Desk Clocks and Table Clocks, each of them has something special hope you like.