Uptrending: Urban Mining

Hipster - Prospector
Hipster – Prospector
Forget that Inner-City garden, Hipsters are leaving the heirloom kumquat roof top compost beds for a more lucrative new pursuit, the Urban Hobby Mine. Whether it’s “upcycling” wads of used tinfoil for “found art” or smashing dead celphones to repurpose “rare earth” metals, extracting minreals from your hometown downtown is the “in” thing. Threatened by adoption by venture capitalists, always remember to keep your prospecting limited to obscure curiosities like retro juicers and 70’s seat belt buckles as belts.