bricolage (bri·co·lage) n. (in art or literature) Construction or creation from a diverse range of available things. Something constructed or created in this way. The artist Cynthia Korzekwa introduced me to this word a few years ago, and the word and… Read More »Bricolage is my favourite word
Tracy Stokes is a mixed media artist living & working on the slopes of Devil's Peak in Cape Town. She likes to paint on re-purposed surfaces and recycle creatively in all aspects of her life.
Today is World Vegan Day 2007 and this year the Vegan Society is asking “Is it green to eat meat?”. The answer that they’ve come up with is a resounding NO. Here’s why. You use much less land and water… Read More »The importance of being vegan: World Vegan Day
In this digital age we can find that all of our photographs end up on our computers and not being displayed the way that they would traditionally have been. Obviously, digital photography has meant that we don’t print out all… Read More »One frame one tree: e-photoframes plant a tree for each frame sold
The new big small thing in wallets. Jimi’s are probably the smallest, eco-friendliest wallets around, and that’s not the only reason you should have one. If you’re one of those eco-hunks (or even eco-geeks) who doesn’t like having a wallet… Read More »Jimi wallets: we’re giving them away
We’re giving you a whole month’s notice to prepare for this year’s Buy Nothing Day. In case you’re new to it, Buy Nothing Day is one day out of the 365 days of the year when you challenge yourself, and… Read More »Shop Less – Live More: Buy Nothing Day 2007
An ordinary couple decide to become self-sufficient. Advertisement: Reduce your CO2 footprint by as much as 2 tonnes/year & save up to £150 on your energy bills.