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It takes a bird's-eye view to best appreciate landscape artist Stan Herd's 1.2-acre Crop Art replica of Vincent Van Gogh's 1889 masterpiece “Olive Trees”. The post Van Grow: Artist Plants Crop Art Masterpiece appeared first on WebEcoist.
Houses, foiled again! Polish artist Piotr Janowski covered a house with shiny aluminum foil, hoping viewers would “reflect” on how they use household goods. The post Heavy Metal Wrap: Foil Covered Florida House appeared first on WebEcoist.
Transaero Airlines and the Amur Tiger Center have launched – literally – a joint project that saw the nose of a Boeing 747 jet painted in Amur Tiger livery. The post Tiger Face Jet Supports Endangered Big Cats appeared first on WebEcoist.
New York's Fashion Week may have all eyes on the runway but WCS's top ten wildlife fashionistas remind us that natural beauty never goes out of style. The post WCS Salutes The Top Ten Wildlife Fashionistas appeared first on WebEcois...
Snap to it, nature-lovers! Here are the top ten finalists for the Natural History Museum in London's 2015 Wildlife Photographer of the Year. The post 2015 Wildlife Photographer Of The Year Finalists appeared first on WebEcoist.
Formed from 8,259 pine trees planted in 1938, the Studebaker sign in Bendix Woods County Park has outlived its namesake company by over half a century. The post White Pine Fever: The Studebaker Tree Sign appeared first on WebEcoist.
Australian shepherds won't be pulling the wool over Chris the Sheep's eyes anymore as the mammoth Merino was sheared of 89 pounds of fluffy white fleece. The post Mammoth Woolly: Fleeciest Sheep Gets Sheared appeared first on WebEco...
It never made it to orbit but a wooden mock-up of Buran, the USSR's space shuttle, did spend 25 years parked out in the open air before being scrapped. The post Ruskie Business: Soviet Wooden Space Shuttle appeared first on WebEcois...
The Lanai Cat Sanctuary is a non-profit cat sanctuary dedicated to fostering peaceful coexistence between native birds and formerly homeless rescued cats. The post “Hawaiian Lions” Roam At Lanai Cat Sanctuary appeared first on WebEcoist.
Love eating crabs but hate the hard work involved? A former stewardess in China is offering in-person, at-table crab cracking and feeding services online! The post Crab-Cracking Chinese Cutie Offers A Shell Deal appeared first on WebEcoist.
What's cute, furry and comes in groups of four? The Beatles, sure, but also the new fab four baby rock hyraxes born at the UK's Chester Zoo! The post Fab Four Baby Rock Hyraxes Born At Chester Zoo appeared first on WebEcoist.
A jumbo-sized GoPro headpiece is giving keepers at the Taronga Zoo in Sydney, Australia an elephant's-eye view of the world on World Elephant Day. The post Elephant GoPro Provides A Pachyderm’s POV appeared first on WebEcoist.
Bored with dark, dreary, underground man caves? The Skysphere gives the classic man cave a brighter atmosphere by raising it 33 feet above the ground. The post Skysphere: Solar-Powered Man Cave In The Sky appeared first on WebEcoist...
With “Detroit” and “arson” being virtually synonymous these days, who would want to throw more wood on the fire? Hantz Woodlands, that’s who. You can take the boy out of Detroit (Romeo, Michigan actually) but you can’t take the Detroit...Show More Summary
The phrase ‘solar power’ immediately brings photovoltaic panels to mind, but the power of the sun can be harnessed in all sorts of creative ways. These 8 gadgets, ranging from a hand-held engraving device to a standalone power station...Show More Summary
Gorilla my dreams? Japanese women have gone ape over Shabani, a western lowland gorilla residing at Nagoya, Japan's Higashiyama Zoo and Botanical Gardens. The post Meet Shabani, Japan’s Most Handsome Gorilla appeared first on WebEco...
The Nets-Men Mosquito Net Suit from Japan's BIBI LAB is designed to protect wearers of any gender from mosquito-borne diseases such as Dengue fever. The post Viral Fashion: The Nets-Men Mosquito Net Suit appeared first on WebEcoist.
Don't drive on the railroad tracks? Good advice for Bill Murray but the Groundhog Day star never rode on South Korea's Jeongseon Auraji Rail Bike route. The post Korean Rail Bike Route Recycles The Railroad appeared first on WebEcoi...
A wave-like sculpture mimics the surface of the adjacent sea in Aarhus, Denmark in an abstract composition made with over 70,000 reclaimed plastic bottle caps. Indian artist Arunkumar HG created ‘Droppings and the Dam(n)’ for the Sculpture...Show More Summary
Architecture doesn’t get much more natural than this, unless it’s made by nature itself. This incredible church in New Zealand is made from dozens of living trees secured to an iron frame, which will be removed as soon as the branches are strong enough to support themselves. Show More Summary