Monthly Archives: November 2011

The Windmill Project by Patrick Marold

Windmill Project. Vail 2007 We came across this wonderful renewable energy and land art piece that we’d like to share. It is created by Patrick Marold and was originally inspired by his time in Iceland—the vast landscapes and the long … Continue reading

TEDx Pittsburgh

Angela Love created these caricatures of us and all other presenters at TEDx Pittsburgh We had the opportunity this past weekend to speak at TEDx Pittsburgh, the theme of which was POWER. Every presentation was elucidating and powerful. A great … Continue reading

Wine Energy, or…Wind Energy in the Vineyard

Wolt is an interesting and rather artful application of the Humdinger technology to an existing agricultural infrastructure. You can read more about it at the James Dyson Award website where it is listed as an entry along with additional renderings. … Continue reading

Public Art of the Sustainable City

Front and Back Cover We’re pleased to announce that the book, Public Art of the Sustainable City, is scheduled to be published in about one month’s time. It is a great overview of the first LAGI competition, which took place … Continue reading

Zayed Future Energy Prize

We are very honored that Society for Cultural Exchange (the non-profit organization that operates the Land Art Generator Initiative) made the first round selection for the top 25 organizations in the SME/NGO category of the 2011 Zayed Future Energy Prize. … Continue reading

Eco Whisper Presents a Unique Design in HAWT

There seems to be a lot of variation in the design evolution of the vertical axis wind turbine. But it’s not every day that you see a dramatic design departure in horizontal axis wind turbines. So it is refreshing to … Continue reading