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Pyramids Are a Dramatic Backdrop for a Mirrored Orb Inspired by Ancient Egypt

The Giza pyramids are the dramatic backdrop for a new installation by anonymous Spanish artist SpY. Inspired by Egyptian symbolism and mathematics, the piece is part of the exhibition Forever is Now II. Organized by Culturvator/Art D’Égypte, the exhibition asks artists around the world to take inspiration from Egypt’s rich cultural history. In SpY’s case, he looked at the logical and spiritual world…
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Pyramids Are a Dramatic Backdrop for a Mirrored Orb Inspired by Ancient Egypt

The Giza pyramids are the dramatic backdrop for a new installation by anonymous Spanish artist SpY. Inspired by Egyptian symbolism and mathematics.

Fuel made from ramen, dishes from coffee grounds: Japan rethinks food waste

Here are three Japanese companies with solutions that they hope will help their country cut its food waste in half by 2030, perhaps saving a bit of the planet along the way.

Inside The Petit Palais Paris: An Encounter With Ugo Rondinone’s Meditation On Nature

IMAGES Devid Gualandris WORDS Devid Gualandris VIA Ignant Every work in Ugo Rondinone’s distinctive oeuvre is imbued with emotion—a collection of intriguing ideas, bearing an infinite multitude of meanings exceptionally configured …

Winners of the 2022 Nature Conservancy Photo Contest Show the Beauty and Struggles of the Natural World

Every year, the global environmental organization The Nature Conservancy holds a photo contest to show the beauty of nature and what we stand to lose to climate change. The 2022 Photo Contest saw the largest participation ever, with entries from 196 countries across six categories.

Architects Turning to India’s Lattice Building Designs to Keep Buildings Cool Without Air Conditioning

India’s lattice buildings are both beautiful, unique, and efficient in keeping the building cool without the need for any air conditioner.

Headland House

'Sense of Place' Beautifully Articulated Down Under

Why Monki’s Green Machine is a recycling milestone

Swedish fast-fashion brand Monki has launched the first capsule clothing collection made using a breakthrough textile-to-textile recycling process that’s a huge step towards a closed loop for clothing.

This looks like leather — but it’s made from shrimp shells

Every year, the food industry generates up to 8 million tons of crab, lobster, and shrimp shells, many of which are either dumped back in the ocean or end up in landfills. Now, a biomaterials startup called TômTex wants you to wear them instead.

R for Repair London exhibition features "sympathetic" repairs to sentimental objects

Responding to an open call, members of the public were invited to contribute sentimental but broken objects to feature in R for Repair, an exhibition of repaired objects presented at the V&A museum as part of London Design Festival.

All Roads Lead To Rome

A Cartographic Play On The Idiom