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- Some people in Bucharest live below ground in the sewers. Milan-based artist Biancoshock turns abandoned manholes into mini rooms to raise awareness of those living in the sewers. Biancoshock specialises in urban interventions. Learn more at Lost at E Minor.
- If you love a good read and sometimes tire of a lengthy book, essays are the new go-to. Yen Magazine has rounded up a series of enlightening, heartfelt and inspiring essays that can be enjoyed in one sitting. Be warned: you may need tissues.
- Sticking with the typewriter theme, here’s a way to give an old typewriter a new look and purpose. If you’d rather keep your typewriter intact, there’s all sorts of old furniture-turned-garden upcycling in this article. Don’t want your sofa? Transform it into a daffodil plot. What about that abandoned shopping trolley? Filled with flowers, it’s never looked better. Get inspired at Bored Panda.
- If you prefer far less maintenance with your plants, Maryland-based photographer and artist Emma Mattson, has the answer with her embroidered moss gardens or, as she calls them, mixed media miniature landscapes. See more here.