July 16, 2018

Robotic “Smart” Planter Chases the Sun to Keep Its Succulent in Sunlight

Have you ever noticed how a plant instinctively grows towards the sunlight? Called heliotropism, it’s a phenomenon where leaves point in the direction of the light—the source of their nutrients. Most of the time, you’ve got to position your plants just right so that they are getting the food they need. But thanks to an adorable little robot, you’ll never worry about your plants getting too little or too much sun again.

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July 13, 2018

Japan Is in Love With This Bodybuilding Landscaper Who Became a Citizen

A post shared by Tatsumasa Murasame 村雨 辰剛 (@tatsumasa.murasame) on Dec 4, 2016 at 11:16pm PST Many of us love to travel, but most of us wouldn’t dream of giving up citizenship to the country in which we were born. Swedish-born Jakob Sebastian Björk, however, fell so in love with the country of Japan that he became a naturalized Japanese citizen.

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July 12, 2018

8 Calligraphy and Hand-Lettering Artists Who Have Mastered the Art of Words

Many of today's finest artists practice age-old crafts like calligraphy and hand-lettering. Some historians have traced the beginnings of calligraphy to China, where the written word was rendered using bamboo brushes and papyrus paper. However, calligraphy also has deep historical roots in many different regions around the world. In Europe for example, calligraphy appeared as Latin script, painted onto Roman walls around 600 B.C.E. and was later refined for use in religious texts.

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July 9, 2018

25+ Incredible Design Ideas to Give Your Home New Life

Looking to shake up your home decor? Or love fantasizing about how you would decorate your dream home? If you're looking for some innovative home interior ideas—whether it's a creative children's bedroom or the best pool in the neighborhood—we've got you covered. Over the years, we've seen some incredible design ideas implemented, either by professional designers or DIY enthusiasts. Some make a big impact with just a few elements, while others really go all out.

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