Groovy Ba­nana

Island Life - - Out To Lunch -

Gaëlle Méheut and Benoît Heur­tault, or Gaga and Ben are the peo­ple be­hind Groovy Ba­nana. When they met dur­ing their stud­ies in France thir­teen years ago, it was love at first sight and the start of their cre­ative jour­ney. In 2013 they de­cided to start a new chap­ter in their lives. The sweet mem­ory of Gaga’s child­hood in Van­u­atu was enough to con­vince them to choose the ar­chi­pel­ago as their next desti­na­tion. Af­ter an in­spir­ing trip across Europe, South-east Asia and Aus­tralia they landed in Van­u­atu and im­me­di­ately fell in love with the coun­try and its peo­ple. They quickly es­tab­lished Groovy Ba­nana «made in Van­u­atu» of­fer­ing pho­tog­ra­phy and video ser­vices with a fresh and con­tem­po­rary style. They spe­cial­ize in wed­dings also work on dif­fer­ent projects for lo­cal busi­nesses and or­gan­i­sa­tions. Van­u­atu turned out to be a fer­tile ground to grow their artis­tic skills, with vi­brant and gen­uine peo­ple, stun­ning light and colours, and a boom­ing cul­tural scene filled with op­por­tu­ni­ties to share and col­lab­o­rate in vis­ual arts, mu­sic and dance. They en­joy giv­ing back to the com­mu­nity by sup­port­ing lo­cal ini­tia­tives with their ser­vices and giv­ing the youth the op­por­tu­nity to learn pho­tog­ra­phy and videog­ra­phy. www.groovy-ba­nana.com

Black & Decker Au­tosense

Drill au­to­mat­i­cally stops once screws are driven flush. If you’re the clumsy sort of pseudo-handy­man around the house, it’s not that un­com­mon to crack dry­walls, splin­ter wood, and strip screws from keep­ing your fin­ger on the switch just a lit­tle too long. The Black & Decker Au­tosense is de­signed to en­sure that never hap­pens again. Fit­ted with the com­pany’s Au­tosense tech­nol­ogy, en­abling it to de­tect when­ever a screw is al­ready flush in place.

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