Janet Best (of Sugar Bakers Bakery) has perfected the uncommon art of flower lollipops. Using high-quality ingredients and edible flowers, Best jokes, “It looks as though I’ll be growing lollipops this year!” She boasts a playful aesthetic by incorporating these natural ingredients into her treats, which include delicate flowers grown indoors (to avoid insecticides and toxins).
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Artist Andrea Reed looks to her lips to start a highly unique project.
Designer Massimo Moreale (of Silverleaf) handcrafts silver bookmarks that beautifully combine the art of sculpture and the art of literature.
Designers Emilia Lucht and Arne Sebrantke (of Studio We Love Eames) developed a lamp that allows plant lovers to grow greenery anywhere. By using LED lights in place of direct sunlight, the Myrdal Plantlamp is able to create its own self-sustaining ecosystem. This allows the product to mimic the process of photosynthesis, so no water or care is required on our end.
A historic moment took place when an all-female flight crew landed a Royal Brunei plane in Saudi Arabia, on February 23rd.
People are naturally excited by seasonal transformations, especially when temperatures begin to rise and the weather reveals familiar signs of...
Eighteen-year-old Madeline Stuart is successfully eliminating the modeling industry’s restrictive, unspoken rules. When we last admired her, Madeline was working to change society’s view of Down syndrome and, since then, she’s made a lot of progress. At Virginia’s Rixey Manor, the young woman recently collaborated with photographer Sarah Houston on a bridal shoot, aiming to show the world that all women can be brides if that’s what they want.
Visiting the hospital or doctor’s office can be an intimidating experience.
The kingdom of Bhutan recently planted an impressive 108,000 trees across the country to commemorate the birth of their crown...
Rocking chairs and hammocks are uniquely comfortable on their own, but students Harshita Murudkar, Shivaji Gulati, and Mehak Philip wanted to see what it would be like if you put these two concepts together. For an India-based MIT Institute of Design course challenge, the three students spent two weeks building a hammock-rocking chair hybrid. They first built the metal frame, painted it, and spent time researching different weaving techniques.
Childhood is a pivotal time in our lives that beautifully represents a journey of growth.
Artist Rajkumar Sthabathy uses watercolors to capture the essence of India.