Wang Yue calls the tree-hole paintings “meitu” which means “beautiful journey.” The paintings on the trees have brightened the city during the dull, grey winter.
My favourite from the previous post
Building new homes, no matter how tiny, requires energy and resources. In America’s early days, homes were built from healthy, toxin-free, locally harvested materials, usually gathered by the hands of the family who would eventually live in it. The folks at Tiny Texas Houses think it’s a shame for all of these high-quality building materials to be tossed into the landfill to make way for mass-produced McMansions. Dedicated to demonstrating the concept of “Pure Salvage Building”, this company uses 99 percent repurposed materials to create adorable rustic houses with an average of 250 square feet of space. The Blue Gambrel model pictured above features a comfortable sitting room, mini-kitchen, standup shower in the bathroom, and a lofted bedroom that’s sure to give you “Little House on the Prairie” dreams.
flower exposed to radiation from Fukushima nuclear facility Japan
Don’t be THAT guy.