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Monky bus.

Monky bus.

Build a Completely Off-the-Grid, Self-Sustaining Home | #lifeadvancer | @lifeadvancer

How to Build a Completely Off-the-Grid, Self-Sustaining Home

These self sustaining homes are being designed by a company based in mexico named "earthship". "Off grid" meaning they try to rely as little as possible on public utilities. Michael Reynolds came up with this idea in

An informational One Pager taking a look at the "Weird and Wonderful" history of Buses. The colorful One Page website is filled with fun animations and interesting facts. Thanks for such great build notes (in the full review).

An informational One Pager taking a look at the "Weird and Wonderful" history of Buses. The colorful One Page website is filled with fun animations and interesting fac.

Seven days a week without a break, people use to tend in their daily lives at the bus stop. Given these indices, it was used in some parts of the bus stop in the seven figure concept design element.

Seven days a week without a break, people use to tend in their daily lives at the bus stop. Given these indices, it was used in some parts of the bus stop in the seven figure concept design element.

Create a Faux Druzy Pendant! Former Innovation Team Member Stephanie Gard Buss created this faux druzy tutorial using pieces of stones and beads that had chipped. Save those extra bits, grab some Nunn Design 2-Part Resin and try this technique!

Create a Faux Druzy Pendant

Create a Faux Druzy Pendant! Former Innovation Team Member Stephanie Gard Buss created this faux druzy tutorial using pieces of stones and beads that had chipped. Save those extra bits, grab some Nunn Design Resin and try this technique!

This beautiful yet rustic freestanding post and beam pavilion provides the perfect spot to entertain in the rain or sun.

Wrong style, but I love the attached fire pit. // This beautiful yet rustic freestanding post and beam pavilion provides the perfect spot to entertain in the rain or sun.

‘The GM Futurliners were a group of stylized buses designed in the 1940s by Harley Earl for General Motors. They were used in GM’s Parade of Progress, which traveled the United States exhibiting new cars and technology.’    - Wikipedia

Futurliner ‘The GM Futurliners were a group of stylized buses designed in the by Harley Earl for General Motors. They were used in GM’s Parade of Progress, which traveled the United States exhibiting new cars and technology.

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