After a week of computer woes and petty jealousy towards all the bloggers that got to go to Milan Design Week (maybe if I start saving my pennies for 2011 now?), not to mention an Earth Day spent scrambling to get caught up on all the work those same computer woes caused me to get behind on, it’s nice to be back to the blog. Maybe spending a little time telling you about neat stuff I saw on the internet this week will get me back in the groove.
So, here is one of the first things I saw written about from Milan this week. Tokujin Yoshioka’s “Memory” chair. Created from recycled aluminum, it changes shape every time someone sits in it. (Inhabitat)
To see more amazing furniture, lighting and products from Milan Design Week, check out Inhabitat’s “Best of” slide show. (Inhabitat)
Here are some cool wildlife portraits made from old topographical maps. This one is actually from last week, but too lovely not to mention. (BoingBoing)
I love this wallpaper using old newspapers to create a grasscloth look. Fairly expensive, but for the right room it could be stunning. (Design Green)
Love this rustic yet very modern take on the picnic bench, using brightly colored enameled aluminum and FSC certified redwood. (re-nest)
Recycled gym floor decor – fun! (Green Your Decor)
Finally, is this the greenest bulb of all? (Design Green)
Happy weekend everyone!
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