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TrendHunter's Top 10 Eco Trends of November

#6 "Silent Evolution" Underwater Sculptures
 400 hundred human sculptures nine meters below the ocean's surface were created by Jason de Caires Taylor in Cancun Mexico.  "Silent Evolution" includes unique and detailed life-sized figures made of concrete over fiberglass.  The crowded underwater spectical of both clothed and nude sculptures attracts fish and marine life thanks to its pH-neutral structure making it safe for the underwater environment.

#5 Treetopia's Brilliantly Colored Christmas Trees

Trees of sky blue, screaming yellow, and fire-engine red are now available from Treetopia, who is calling the trees the "holy grail of Christmas trees."  No need to cut down those boring old green trees; have a vibrantly colored tree that you and your family can enjoy for years to come!  Kristy Alley has a "Pretty in Pink Tree" and Vanessa Williams, a "Winter White Tree."  From colors like Cranberry Crush, Chocolate Truffle, and even Tuxedo Black, you're sure to find the one that suits your home decor- as long as you've got your sunglasses.


#4 "Biome Concept" Supercar

Mercedes-Benz Design Studio in California unveiled their ecocentric "Biome Concept" supercar at this year's L.A. Autoshow.  Developed by Hubert Lee, this four passenger vehicle was designed for a world where "each vehicle is grown from two seeds.  One seed, the front star, grows the interior of the vehicle from Mercedes-Benz DNA, while the seed caspsule creates the vehicle's exterior."  What's more, the Smart 454 is knitted by "incredibly high-tech robots that look as friendly and as cuddly as our grandmothers."  Excuse me, but - what??

 
Comments
Nov 29, 2010
by Anonymous

I favor these Eco trends

Bubble Tents, Cabins, Huts
Biome supercar
Floating studio home BUT need improved hull stability for lake use.

All Unique

Like to see more Undersea sculpture gardens in Hawaii esp.

Nov 30, 2010
by Amanda Hinski
Amanda Hinski's picture

thanks!

Glad you enjoyed them.  I loved the undersea sculptures too... Hawaii would be a great location for them!