Bike, Car or Jetfighter?!

I love technology. Especially green technology.
That's why when I came across the new VentureOne vehicle, that actually got the green light to go into production,
I couldn't help but blog.

The vehicle seats two and is capable of 100 miles per hour while maintaining its 100 miles per gallon fuel efficiency (amazing!) going from 0 - 60 in a respectable 6 seconds. The total range is between 300 - 350 miles which is equivalent to most compact cars like the Civic and Corolla. And that is just the start of its greatness.

This is a three-wheeled dream. It comes in two forms. A pure plug-in electric or a plug-in hybrid petrol-electric. The car only seats two, but is actually the same height and length as a MINI Cooper.

The absolute coolest thing about this phenomenon is its tilting technology, which allows the front wheel and both in-line passengers to tilt up to 45 degrees while cornering, even as the rear two wheels, anchored by the motor, remain firmly on the ground.

"You steer it like a car, but when cornering it banks like a motorcycle while you feel like you are flying a jetfighter. The thrill of this tilting capability combined with the handling of a sports car makes for an exhilarating driving experience unlike any other."

Fuel economy, safety features, and all around cool factor make this a must have for all. Now I only need $23,000

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Takehiro Ando is a designer of a wide range of 3D objects,
interior products and art spaces.
The products that he designs are very simple and functional.

The impressive thing about his work is the wide range and variety of the final result, produced only by joining many similar components.
Products are designed in order to require simple and efficient production techniques wherever possible.
This way of thinking is one to admire.

“You can combine each piece of the felt and make your own designs. It is so versatile that you can use them for partitions, coasters, and other decorative purposes.”



Vladimir Kush

If you have been looking for the best artist of all time, your
search ends now.
Kush will take you on a "metaphorical journey" through his new style of art called Metaphorical Realism.

His pieces are inspiring and mysterious, at first glance a cloud looks like just a cloud, but the more you look, that cloud becomes a
hot air balloon.
He is the Dali of our time.

To continue your journey....


The Great Andy Goldsworthy

Have you ever woken up one morning and said to yourself, today I would like to be...?
After an inspiring trip to New Mexico recently, I re-discovered how truly magical mother nature can be.

Andy Goldsworthy shows us that constantly.

Working exclusively with nature, he creates art that is born from the environment, exists with it, and decays back into the earth with the natural processes of time.
Nature is in a state of change and that change is the key to understanding.
For this, I am inspired by his love of our environment, his passion for creating something out of what's already there, and his extraordinary ability to weave the complex cycles of life with great beauty.
It is this ever-evolving world that makes me want to go out and
create such natural wonders myself.
Life, creates art.

"Movement, change, light, growth and decay are the lifeblood of nature, the energies that I try to tap through my work."

- Andy Goldsworthy


Brett Manning

‘I love to draw and I draw what I love'.
Thank you, Brett Manning, for creating such whimsical yet
detailed artwork that I could stare at forever.

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Chiharu Shiota

Japanese born artist Chiharu Shiota wraps objects, floor to ceiling, in miles of black wool. Her work is extremely ambiguous and stunning, and leaves you extremely curious. Each piece is a physical creation of a deep rooted memory. Because of this, it's easy to feel a connection with her.

Her first solo show is currently on display in NYC at the Goff and Rosenthal Gallery: 537B West 23rd street.


Iri5: Cassettes on Canvas.
This artist uses recycled materials such as cassette tapes and used books, turning trash into treasure.
She makes it easy to appreciate her work in these tough times.
You can check out more of her art at