World’s Greatest Gallery of Dogs Standing On Mushrooms

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“How Do You Want to Be Remembered?”: This Company Develops Biodegradable Coffins Made from Mushrooms

One company in the Netherlands created what’s come to be known as the Loop coffin made of mushroom mycelium that biodegrades in just 30 to 45 days. The creator, TU Delft researcher Bob Hendrikx, woked with funeral directors to learn as much as he could about the burial process before designing the coffin made of natural materials.

In our 200.000 years of existence, mankind has developed a relationship of parasitism with Mother Nature. Our current behavior results in resource depletion and ecosystem loss: in some places around the world more than 40% of the biodiversity has already been lost. Even after death we leave a scar on this beautiful planet. Mother nature has been leading the way for 3.8 billion years before us and can help us to do so in the future. What if we could participate in nature’s end-of-life cycle? Continue reading »

There’s A “F*ck Mushrooms” Instagram Account That’s Dedicated To Showing Middle Finger To Mushrooms

Turns out there’s a guy who hates mushrooms so much that he has created an entire Instagram account where he flips them off. Scroll down for some of the best examples or visit @f*ck__mushrooms for the full glorious collection. Continue reading »

Designed By Nature: World’s Greatest Gallery Of Mushrooms That Look Like Butts

We have all, at one time or another, looked at objects and been surprised by how much they look like something else. That’s how the human brain works, it’s constantly looking to make connections and find patterns that we recognize. Continue reading »

The Magical Beauty Of Mushrooms Captured By Jill Bliss

Jill Bliss is an artist (and naturalist, educator, farmhand, caretaker, and deckhand) who lives on a small island in the Salish Sea in the Pacific Northwest. Continue reading »

Life-Like Fly Agaric Mushrooms And A Fern Sculpted From Old Book Pages And Reclaimed Fabrics

Herefordshire based artist Kate Kato created these life sized fly agaric mushrooms and fern from completely recycled materials including book pages, fabric, upholstery and wire. She used a demi-john and reclaimed wood to create the bell jar style display it sits in, like a little magical world. Her sculpture will be on display at the RBSA Gallery in Birmingham, UK from the 7th of May in the Prize Exhibition!

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A tiny woodland world growing inside a reclaimed demi-john bottle.
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