Finnish artist Susanna Majuri beautiful photography
Soma co-founders Mike Del Ponte and Ido Leffler were sitting around talking about water when the thought came to them: why do we have to settle for poorly-designed water filters? Where is the water filter with that sleek, minimalist Apple feel? Del Ponte, the founder of Sparkseed, and Leffler, the founder of Yes To Carrots, think they’ve created it with Soma, a Jony Ive-inspired water filter.
Finnish artist Susanna Majuri beautiful photographs
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I’m not an optimist. I’m not a pessimist. I’m a scientist.
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Its solution, called the Hydrolemic system, involves both harvesting more moisture from the air than our current un-modified bodies are capable of, and also doing more to retain the water we have. The company imagines that system would require us to drink .1 cups of water a day.
Tomasz Gudzowaty’s photography.
He is particularly interested in non-commercial sports, and also those that are not present in the media, sports that are exotic, atypical, or somehow outside the mainstream.
Photos of dogs taken just as they land in water.
Even in places where there’s a severe lack of water, there’s one thing every place has. Air. And even in the most arid of climes, there’s moisture in the air, even if it’s not enough to be felt on your skin. So there’s water everywhere, it’s just a matter of getting to it, and that’s what Edward Linnacre did with his brilliantly simple low tech air harvester called the Airdrop.