Poor Little Fish
“Poor Little Fish is an unusual approach to saving water. When using this basin, users are prompted into thinking about consumption when the water level in the fishbowl goes down (but does not actually drain out). There are two separate pipelines, so the water level will go back to where it was once the water stops running. As well, the water from the tap is pure, as its pipeline does not connect to the bowl.” (Designer: Yan Lu)
I bought these turtleneck long time ago and I don’t usually wear it because of the hot weather. Also, because of the shape of my face, I think turte neck don’t suit me well.Good thing I found a tutorial on how to overhaul it into a new exciting cardigan.It is very easy. It doesn’t require much sewing. Though its not perfect , I am really happy with the result. The cardigan is also good for children as you can see. You can pair this with sleeveless or spaghetti.
By the way, the idea came from a woman named Stephanie Hillberry and she has Refashioning blog that inspired me.
Inspired by the colors of popular social media websites, Venezuelan graphic designer Lumen Bigott created a unique line of Social Media shoes. The collection includes Facebook, Twitter, flickr, Google, dribbble and Wikipedia sneakers.
Unfortunately, these shoes are in concept stage, but Lumen said that they may see the light of day.
“You can create your own pair of Keds at http://www.kedscollective.com. This designs are just a concept but since I’ve have received a lot of good feedback and requests I’ll try to design them and post a link to the design so you can buy them directly from Keds,” wrote Lumen Biggot on his website 6 months ago.
Some days Bran wondered if all of this wasn’t just some dream. Maybe he had fallen asleep out in the snows and dreamed himself a safe, warm place. You have to wake, he would tell himself, you have to wake right now, or you’ll go dreaming into death.