“If animals could speak to us, they would say we are the devil,” Le Fou says, paraphrasing a quote by author William Inge. And the time to change that, he says, is now — not just for the animals, but also the planet, and the people who will benefit in myriad ways from a shift away from eating animals.
Art is the medium and the message to make it happen, Le Fou says. “It’s a crime right now to have talent and not use it for this.”
And, while it remains to be seen whether Parisians will warm to the idea of naked dining specifically, with more than 2.6 million people in France making nudism a regular habit, it’s certainly a scene that’s positively booming.
Jaguar Resurrects Classic E-Type, EV-Style
With the continuing evolution of both electric and driverless car technologies, might we be in store for a new golden age of “roadside” architecture and infrastructural design?
Borrowing stylistic details from urban warehouse lofts and rustic rural cabins, this 200-square-foot home manages to look weathered and sophisticated at the same time.
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Developing. More to come. More designs, more products. But voila: introducing the upside-down T.
Inspired by the upside down flag as a symbol of distress, and always leaning minimalist, what better than an upside-down T? Even better, what it looks like.