Sunday, February 28, 2010


For those of you that do not see it, look in the right-bottom corner.


Thursday, February 25, 2010

Green Propaganda

As we are creating propaganda posters, i see it as fitting to show you this one.



Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Design anything from anything

Well, now you've seen it all. Here is a blog illustrating how human hair can be recycled to make other products.

Here is a piece of jewelry made from human hair by Morning Glory Antiques and Jewelry.


Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Eco-friendly packaging designs

Here is a website with eco-friendly packaging designs:

lite2go is an innovative lamp that eliminates packaging. When the lamp is assembled, the packaging itself becomes the shade for the light bulb and fixture contained within.


Monday, February 22, 2010

WWF Ad Campaign

Here is a very effective advertising campaign that WWF has assembled in China. Photos of animals are placed on one wall of the alley and on the opposite wall are poachers aiming at them. This makes it possible for the viewers to literally stand in between the shooter and the animal. There are also bullet holes round the the animal to give the impression that they are on a firing range.


Sunday, February 21, 2010

Green Logos

I have found a blog that seems very interesting. It is called Little Box of Ideas by Sneh Roh.

Sneh Roy is a web designer/content developer.
She is also the co-founder of Stars We Love and Gel's Kitchen.

Here are some of logos she found on and

Green Over Grey by Uneekgrafix, Chicago.

Greenbooks by dado

Ecotweet by Brandsimplicity


Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Guerrilla Marketing Goes Green by Jay Conrad and Shl Horowitz

Jay Conrad Levinson has just released a book co-authored by Shel Horowitz: Guerrilla Marketing Goes Green.

Here are six tips:

1) Make your side of the business less wasteful by lowering carbon footprint, reduce wastage and minimize your use of harmful material and processes.

2) Recogniz
e the growth of people who want to tap into the "green" movement

3) Advertise to this group.

4) If you are a global company show the improved working conditions and the help you have provided to your workers. If you are a local business show how keeping money within the country helps your own community.

5) Speak the truth about your green campaigning and then there is no risk to be accused of "greenwashing" (false green campaigning).

6) Build partnerships that benefit both parties e.g. collaborating with charity organizations.


Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Keeping to the green topic, go and look at this website:

These are tree designs cut out of toilet rolls.

And on the right is a sculpture that sings when the wind blows.

There are some interesting things!

Regards ^_^

Remember Go Natural & Organic Expo

Does anyone know which poem the Tumtum tree comes from?

If anyone is interested the Natural and Organic Products Exhibition is on this weekend at the CTICC.

It's R50 a ticket.

People should talk less and draw more. Personally, I would like to renounce speech altogether and, like organic nature, communicate everything I have to say visually."
- Johann Wolfgang von Goethe