Believe it or not but there are chances that cars could run on human waste. Wessex Water, a sewage treatment service in Bristol, UK has launched Bio-Bug [above] which is said to be fueled by the byproducts of human waste. The Bio-Bug which is a transformed Volkswagen Beetle is said to be the first car in UK to be powered in such a unique way.
Does the grin fill you with thrill or sends a chill down your spine? Whichever it is, you will experience these majestic creatures and know more about them in the upcoming Shark Week 2010 [dubbed the Happy Shark Week] which is to start from 1st August. That is why Discovery Channel headquarters in Silver Spring, Maryland has adorned itself with an awesome inflatable shark replica which seems to pop out of the building.
If you are looking for clocks that not only have a unique style but even pack in the ‘recycled’ factor, then you should check out what Pixelthis has in store for you. The blue colored clock has been made from recycled bike chain ring and a 45 vinyl record. The piece also has a functional pendulum which perfectly complements the clock. The clock is completely made from recycled bicycle parts.
You are looking at a wall art having an organic structure put together from organic pieces. The artist makes use of reclaimed materials like wood scraps and recycled yard debris to create such exquisite forms. Whatever is considered a waste is reused by the artist to formulate into something appealing. For example, this beautiful wall hanging piece consists of “a collection of approx. 2,600 segments of Choke Cherry branches” and is undoubtedly a neat work of art.