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The Great Pacific Ocean Garbage Patch is one of the biggest environmental problems that no one knows about. Right now there is an area larger than the size of the continental United States in the Pacific Ocean between California and Japan that has more plastic in it, by volume, than plankton and other sea life. The swirling ocean currents conspire to aggregate trash that doesn't biodegrade (i.e. plastic) into a giant soupy mass of environmental pain. -Shea Gunter

Catch of the Day: Plastic Surprise - Galveston Beach, TX To bring some attention to ocean pollution and just how disgusting it really is, Surfrider Foundation teamed up with Satchi & Satchi LA to.

http://www.ignant.de/2014/11/17/wotsit-all-about-by-james-ostrer/

James Ostrer, from London, wanted to highlight our consumption of junk food and how it affects moods. His show runs at London’s Gazelli Art House until September

LALO by Sculp(IT)

Giant Glass Doors Designed For Antwerp Townhouse. Project: LALO Architects: Pieter Peerlings, Silvia Mertens, Sculp IT Location: Antwerp, Belgium

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With a name like Ghost Barn and a glowing, lantern-like appearance at night, this fiberglass-clad structure could easily be mistaken for a haunted hut. Rest assured, however, the building is actually a new model-making shed completed by British firm Invisible Studio in the woods of Bath. The architects designed the prototyping workshop using unseasoned spruce timber grown and milled on-site.

British firm Invisible Studio designed Ghost Barn, a prototyping workshop using unseasoned spruce timber grown and milled on-site.