Floating bonsai now comes to reality! Created by designers at The Hoshinchu Team, this little “floating plant” is called “Air Bonsai” which consists of the bottom half called the “energy base” and the floating ball – the “little star.” The trick of floating is quite simple – magnets are installed in both halves so that the “little star” could float with the bonsai on top.
For any detailed information, you can go to their kickstarter page.
If you think a cup of coffee isn’t enough to start a day, probably you should drink your coffee from this terrifying zombie mug. Handmade by Kevin “Turkey” Merck from clay and epoxy resin, this 220 USD coffee mug is for sure has no unpleasant flavour except its unbelievable looking. I am not quite sure who would like to have your beverage inside a mug like that. I just can’t imagine myself drinking from the zombie brain. But if you dare and want to have the mug, go and check Merck’s online shop.
Plastic bottle is always a big problem for our environment. Hence, there are always some people come up with many cool ideas which help to turn the waste into something useful. If you google DIY plastic bottle recycling, you will be amazed by the searching result. Chandelier, boat, furniture, house, those creative people try to turn it into a lot of things but it requires a lot of time and skills. Hence, most people like me might think, it is good to recycle and the upcycled things look amazing, but it is just too complicated for me to do it. No problem, in this post, we handpicked 10 Plastic Bottle Recycling Ideas which can be done by most of people as long as they want. Are you ready? Get inspired and get started!
1. Vertical Garden [source]
Although most of furnitures are made of wood (tree in another world), but we don’t often see the furniture literally has tree shape. While artist and designer Sebastian Errazuriz allows natural form to dictate his furniture design, building shelves and tables that conform to the tree structures directly. To keep his design simple, Errazuriz places only thin panes of glass to add the functionality needed for shelves or tabletops. The trees used in his one-of-a-kind furnitures are fallen limb from forests in South America. After find the right branch, he took them back to his workshop. There, he twisted, turned, and readapted it, allowing the giant branch to hug a flat wall or stand on the floor, having their new life as unconventional furniture.