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From Insects by Marlène Huissoud

Movie: Marlène Huissoud creates new materials "from insects"

Marlène Huissoud - From Insects, 2014 / M. Huissoud uses propolis, a biodegradable resin that honey bees collect from different trees to create objects.

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The real wrought iron

Chiara Vigo uses her fingernails and a nail to embroider a small piece of sea silk cloth (Credit: Credit: Eliot Stein)

The last surviving sea silk seamstress

The Last Surviving Sea Silk Seamstress - Byssus, or sea silk, is one of the most coveted materials in the world – but after more than years in the same matrilineal family tree, this ancient thread may soon unravel.

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I Wish These Deer Power Line Towers Were Real

Deer-Shaped Electrical Towers in Russia Check out this cool deer shaped hydro tower concept by Moscow-based design studio DesignDepot.

"The Byssus (sea sillk) is the soul of the Sea"... (to sell it) "would be like commercializing the flight of the eagle"... it is gathered without hurting the protected clams it comes from, and it takes 300-400 dives to gather 200g of material

The last woman who makes sea silk

"The Byssus (sea sillk) is the soul of the Sea". (to sell it) "would be like commercializing the flight of the eagle". it is gathered without hurting the protected clams it comes from, and it takes dives to gather of material

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Funny pictures about Samurai sword umbrella. Oh, and cool pics about Samurai sword umbrella. Also, Samurai sword umbrella photos.

Bertram Safferling, Atelier della Pipa, Bolzano

Bertram Safferling, born in Stuttgart and living in Italy, says his passion for pipes started in the when he and three of his friends founded a commune in the garret of an old chocolate factory.

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