What's scary about watery old poo? Turns out, EVERYTHING.
Normally, all this happens in secret. But, in a bid to help educate citizens about the resources they use, the city of Oberlin, Ohio, is showing and telling.
The company picks artists who use recycled materials in their art, gives them a monthly stipend, a studio space -- naturally, it's a shipping container -- and "scavenging privileges".
Someone please let this adorable cheese out of jail!
Sure, this boat only averaged about 6 mph. But it's totally solar-powered!
These sculptures are deliberately uncanny, because they're sort of like undead neck-bolted Frankenstein's Monster trees.
We're just going to watch this 3,000 times in a row.
Cloning: a great idea for Ryan Gosling, but old-growth trees? Conservationist David Milarch thinks so.
But there's a catch. You need public transportation for all this to work. Good public transportation.