Eco-friendly Drywall, the Germ Fighting Properties of Essential Oils, Shepard Fairey and House Industries LA Gallery Show, and a DIY Spray Can Lamp

Eco-friendly Drywall, the Germ Fighting Properties of Essential Oils, Shepard Fairey and House Industries LA Gallery Show, and a DIY Spray Can Lamp

Gregory Han
Nov 25, 2008

Today's slinks, links from around anywhere and everywhere online, include news about a sustainable replacement for drywall, using essential oils to combat germs inside the house and inside the body, a local typographic/design gallery show, and a DIY lamp fashioned out of an empty spray can....

Sustainable Drywall will Rock your Green World: EcoRock requires no gypsum, no ovens to produce, is made from 85 percent industrial by-products and is fully recyclable, replacing typical drywall at $14 - $20 per 4 X 8 ft. sheet.

The Most Efficient Killer Of Microorganisms: Essential Oils: "High-grade essential oils are the most efficient killers of microorganisms...essential oils are great disinfectants, and they are also healthy to inhale."

LETTERSANDLIGATURES: Shepard Fairey's Subliminal Gallery is hosting an exhibition of House Industries work.

DIY: The Spray Paint Lamp: "This lamp is one of a kind - made from a vintage Krylon can in Portland, Oregon. The off/on switch is the spray nozzle. The arm clips onto any desk surface and swivels for your ultimate viewing experience. Light bulb included."

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