Sea Organ Plays Perpetual Music

Constructed in 2005, the Sea Organ in the Adriatic Sea in Zadar, Croatia was designed by Nikola Bašić to make perpetual music using ocean waves. The acoustic jetty spans 230 feet wide and include 35 polyethylene tubes of varying sizes. When the waves flood each chamber, air is forced out through large tubes tuned to play seven chords of five tones.

Climbing a Tree Is Easy If You Build Stairs around It

Most people lose their abilities to climb trees once they become adults, or at least their desire to do so has waned. That’d most probably change if there were stairs to aid you in the climb. With the CanopyStair, a modular system of steps that can be attached sans tools around a tree to form a spiral staircase, ascending a tree can be done without hassle.

Colleen Jordan’s Wearable Planters

For tree-huggers and plant lovers alike, Colleen Jordan’s adorable wearable planters are a creative way to carry a little bit of nature with you. The Industrial Design graduate uses 3-D printed nylon plastic to construct the wearable small pots. You can wear the unique accessories around your neck, pin them to your favorite outfit, or even attach one to your bike.