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Some artists spend years, decades even, working on their "piece de resistance" if you will. The finished product might be a statue, a painting, or in the case of John Driscoll, a most unique gypsy wagon. He calls it...
In case you ever wondered what happens when steampunk style collides with travel campers, we have the answer. You end up with something like this: For the uninitiated out there, "steampunk" refers to a sub-genre of science fiction in the...
Japan recently unveiled its most ambitious solar energy project consisting of two massive floating solar "farms" in Kato City, Hyogo Prefecture. The completed project came about from a partnership between Kyocer and Century Tokyo Leasing and was finished in...
Have you ever driven through an abandoned town and wonderdered what it was like to live there? Well, wonder no more. The Garnet Ghost Town in Montana is a complete ghost town that burgeoned in the 19th century with...
Today I wanted to share a seriously inspiring chicken coop design with our readers. This design comes courtesy Tilly's Nest, and while it looks adorable enough to serve as a playhouse for your kids, it's actually designed with chickens...

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