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    Pandamonium, the second annual event for the World Wildlife Federation which asks 22 artists and architects to create wearable sculptures to raise awareness of environmental issues. More styles here.

    Pandamonium, the second annual event for the World Wildlife Federation which asks 22 artists and architects to create wearable sculptures to raise awareness of environmental issues. More styles here.

    — 1 year ago with 1 note
    #WWF  #environment  #London  #fashion  #art  #architect  #design  #cause 
    A brand that stands for real change, Muji’s Project Fitness 80 looks at what would happen if we used 20% less materials and energy in the process of making products. 
The project is currently just an exhibit at the London Design Museum. http://bit.ly/z1uZIL

    A brand that stands for real change, Muji’s Project Fitness 80 looks at what would happen if we used 20% less materials and energy in the process of making products. 

    The project is currently just an exhibit at the London Design Museum. http://bit.ly/z1uZIL

    — 2 years ago
    #sustainability  #environment  #branding  #design  #product  #eco  #green  #London  #Muji  #Japan  #packaging 
    A reinvented coffee cup does away with plastic lids in favor of one you fold over yourself http://bit.ly/sMMCgs

    A reinvented coffee cup does away with plastic lids in favor of one you fold over yourself http://bit.ly/sMMCgs

    — 2 years ago with 43 notes
    #design  #coffee  #environment  #sustainable  #innovation 
    Coca Cola’s work with the WWF continues. The new white can was created to help protect the polar bear’s arctic habitat. http://bit.ly/rC1mqq

    Coca Cola’s work with the WWF continues. The new white can was created to help protect the polar bear’s arctic habitat. http://bit.ly/rC1mqq

    — 2 years ago with 7 notes
    #polar bear  #Coca Cola  #design  #packaging  #branding  #endangered  #environment 
    A billboard that absorbs 46,800 pounds of CO2 in a year, from Coca Cola and the WWF. http://tinyurl.com/3f8fa3b

    A billboard that absorbs 46,800 pounds of CO2 in a year, from Coca Cola and the WWF. http://tinyurl.com/3f8fa3b

    — 2 years ago with 12 notes
    #green  #eco  #billboard  #outdoor  #advertising  #Coca Cola  #WWF  #environment