Title: Drum Kit Year: 2003 Materials: tin cans, metal wire Dimensions: L 27 cm W 22 cm H 16 cm [Recyclart]
Photo credits (clockwise from top left): beautiful world by purplepixie; Nature’s Humor by DarkFireLotus; Green house effect by inmc; Climate change on canvas by Ashley Cecil; Off Shore Eco Farm I by MG Williams Global climate change is the largest… Read More »The CoolClimate Art Contest: call for entries
UK urban land artist and guerilla gardener Anna Garforth turned 2-litre milk bottles into cute characters with green hair-does and put them out in the streets for everyone to enjoy. She calls this project “Head Gardner”. [via Recyclart] This blog… Read More »Head Gardener: urban eco-art
Greendrinks.org describes itself as an organic, self-organising network of people interested in green living and/or who work in the environmental field. It’s a great place to meet people who view the environment the way you do. I’ve attended the Newlands… Read More »I’m loving Greendrinks.org
Most think of mending as drudgery. Some think of it as another way to be creative, while extending the life of a pair of jeans and saving money, and **being green**. The Unpredictable Geography of Mending [dainty time]
photo credit Jennifer Stern I woke up to the sounds of vuvuzelas blowing this morning. Cape Town has reached fever pitch. Today is the start of the FIFA World Cup 2010. Flags are flying. There’s something in the air. It… Read More »Vuvuzelas: because what else is there to blog about today?
If you live in the Northern Hemisphere you’ll be starting to eat frozen lollies before long. If you collected enough of them (friends, family, local Scout group) you too could make one of these. Isn’t it beautiful? Popsickle stick guitar… Read More »EcoDIY: popsickle stick guitar