The Space Needle, Seattle’s Aging Leap To The Future

Seattle Needle

A vestige of World Fairs past, when constructed Seattle’s Space Needle was the tallest structure west of the Mississippi River. Designers Edward Carlson and John Graham Jr. were successful in drawing in visitors with their futuristic, flying saucer-inspired edifice: in its 1962 unveiling, over 20,000 people used the elevators in a single day.

Moss Graffiti, Living Art

For many people, graffiti conjures up a slew of negative associations. It’s usually illegal, expensive to remove, can damage property, and is often vulgar or unappealing to the eye. Despite graffiti’s traditionally sullied reputation, there are still those who see it as a unique expression of individuality and support graffiti artists whose works brighten otherwise dark and dreary cities.

Moss graffiti, frequently called eco-graffiti or green graffiti, is changing people’s perception of street art. Fresh, intriguing, and alive, eco-graffiti can literally bring life to urban landscapes. Instead of spreading toxic chemicals through spray paint, moss graffiti artists use bio-degradable ingredients to write messages, draw pictures, and decorate plain architecture.

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The Coolest Kitchen Designs In The World

From late-night snacks to full-fledged culinary forays, kitchens are the hubs around which our home lives revolve. Architects and designers are developing innovative strategies for intertwining functionality with stylish brilliance. Check out the coolest kitchen designs in the world:

Modern & Contemporary Kitchen Designs

Cool Modern Kitchen Design

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