On July 20, 1969 our world was forever changed when Apollo 11 became the first manned mission to land on the moon. It took four days for the rocket to arrive after taking off from the Kennedy Space Center, placing the three-man crew on the lunar surface.
Liverpool, England-based artist Kate Chesters creates handmade wooden cutting boards featuring stunning resin art.
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A post shared by Hello, my name is Samantha 🌿 (@hemleva) on May 25, 2018 at 3:32pm PDT Do you have a green thumb? If you don't, it's okay—there's hope for you yet; you just need a plant that requires less care than the likes of a finicky fiddle leaf fig or sunlight-craving miniature rose bush. Try an air plant instead! What is an air plant?
With cars being one of the world’s leading causes of pollution, more and more people are opting for eco-friendly travel...
If you love science jewelry, Yugen Tribe‘s captivating crescent-shaped necklace will send you over the moon.
Warsaw-based Woo Designs creates incredible statement piece coffee tables from laser-cut wood and resin. The custom oak tables are engraved with maps of international cities like New York, London, Paris, and Berlin and can be filled with a crystal resin that glows in the dark. It's even possible to request a custom map if your favorite city isn't available.
Have you ever noticed how a plant instinctively grows towards the sunlight?
If you’ve ever spent any time pinning or pondering whimsical off-grid getaways, you may have stumbled across @CabinLove.
If you love de-stressing outdoors but aren’t so fond of bugs and dirt, these minimalist camping pods might be just what you’re looking for. These “glamping” accommodations allow guests to spend time in nature without compromising on comfort. Located deep within the forests of Suncheon, South Korea, the SJCC Glamping Resort’s 16 tents were designed by London and Seoul-based architecture firm Atelier Chang.
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Riding a bicycle can be a messy endeavor.