Large-scale Ceramic Sculpture Raise Awareness on Devastation of Coral Reefs

Artist and ocean advocate Courtney Mattison created a series called ‘Our Changing Seas III‘. The reason behind this project is to create awareness on the devastation of coral reefs due to climate change. Photos by Arthur Evans, Courtney Mattison via 123inspiration    


Pedestrian Imprints Leaves on Bare Tree Canvas

Jody Xiong created an awareness outdoor campaign called the Green Pedestrian Crossing to promote the China Environmental Protection Foundation. A 12.6 meters long by 7 meters wide leafless tree canvass were laid on a pedestrian crossing. Pedestrians dip their soles on a sponge with green, environmentally friendly, washable that were placed on both sides of the crossing “thus leaving green foot imprints on the canvas of the tree. Each ‘green’ footprint on the canvas looked like […]


Glowing Ephemeral Pool Installation in Madrid

In 2008, a popular public swimming pool in the Plaza de la Cebada in Madrid was demolished. It was done with a promise from the Town Hall that in 2 years time, they will construct a bigger and better pool for the neighborhood. After 4 years, the promised project has yet to be constructed. Recently proposed structures seem to lean towards shopping malls and big-ticket leisure centers while the future of re-building […]


Hong Yi's Sweet Street Art

 + Hong Yi loved how cycle-friendly Melbourne is. And that inspired her to start to hang personalized little tags to bicycle as a street project. A piece of appreciation to those who choose to cycle. How sweet is that? =) Visit her blog:   [via]


Use Glass for a Change

Try reaching for a glass instead of plastic water bottles. Each day we consume millions of plastic bottles only to be thrown away in landfills but most find its way in storm drains, or worse, to the ocean.Faucet Face campaigns to use glass bottles instead of plastics. For each bottle you buy, a portion of profits will be donated to manufacture Biosand filters for people in rural India. Why glass? Here […]