Start your own Green revolution

MossBomb Experiment.
april 21, 2009, 3:13 pm
Filed under: Green Living, Guerilla gardening

I made some images of how i would think the mossbomb experiment works out.
Posters that are greenwashing their products will be mossbombed!!!

If you see posters in your neighbourhood and your sure there not telling the truth and commiting greenwash sins. MossBomb them.

I also have a mossbomb recipe on this website!





april 14, 2009, 3:55 pm
Filed under: Green Living


I think this wasn’t the first time i thought about buying something that was environmental friendly. Especially because I’m very conscious about the environment i bought a bottle of Earth water.

but I started thinking…
Isn’t water cheaper if you just drink tap water?
What happens with the package after you finished drinking?
What about the transport cost to ship these bottles throughout the whole world?

Is this the best way to collect money for water projectS. Aren’t there other sollutions where there is less production of stuff and more acting on the problem?

oh.. and I still think the best thing to do is recycle your own used soda bottles to bring your water.

If somebody disagrees or has a better idea leave a message.

Green Macbook “Yeah what evah’
april 14, 2009, 3:28 pm
Filed under: Green Living, Greenwashing

The MacBook’s standpoint, or argument, for being “green” is its reduced packaging, better energy efficiency, and use of more recyclable materials in its build, such as mercury-free LED technology, arsenic-free glass, and brominated flame retardants (BFRs), etc. But while it may be true that the MacBook is composed of materials that come from more recyclable materials than traditional notebooks (up until this point in technology), the “green” factor here is definitely misleading. What is not listed here are the still harmful effects of manufacturing the product. The circuit boards for example are composed with the use of Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCBs), which contain: fluoride, acids, and halogenated solvents for cleaning; acids, stannic oxide, palladium, and complexed metals for electroless plating; and vinyl polymers, and chlorinated hydrocarbons for pattern printing. The irony is that the most environmentally damaging impact from laptops is when you throw them away. What’s funny is that Apple’s entire marketing objective is to encourage consumers to upgrade their old product for a fancy new ‘green’ one. MacBooks may actually be “greener” than the family of other notebooks, but the difference is so marginal that it is clear that Apple is green washing their product. Saying that a MacBook is “green” is like saying that the new Hummer is “green” because its gas mileage has improved from 10 mpg to 11mpg. Nonetheless, it should be clear that Hummers are more or less worse for the environment than they are better.

MTV Switch Commercial “Green” (Amsterdam)
april 14, 2009, 1:51 pm
Filed under: Green Living

MTV Switch Green Commercial. We all have heard of GreenWashing and what it means, MTV Switch and 180 Amsterdam created this brilliant green awareness commercial, the lyrics are great, “You don’t have to be Green to be Green”.

Advertising Agency: 180 Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Creative Director: Sean Thompson
Creatives: Rosita Rawnsley-Mason, Stacey Lee, Hal Kirkland
Agency Producer: Sandra Durham
Account Director: Kyle Marquis
Business Affairs: Neeza Adenan
Production Company: Rokkit
Director: Michael Reissinger
Executive Producer: Luke Jacobs
Animation Companies: Deli Pictures / PepperMelon
Motion Graphics: Robert Rhee
Visual Effects: Christoph Zaplethal
Character Animation: Juan Molinet, Leandro Feuz
Post Production Company: Glassworks Amsterdam
Producer: Charlotte Williams
Sound Recording Studio: Kaiser Sound
Sound Mixer: Laurence Horne
Music Company: Sizzer Amsterdam
Composers: Lentink/Billinger & Marsman
Music Supervisor: Sander van Maarschalkerweerd
Vocals: Bertolf Lentink
Lyrics: 180 Amsterdam, Hal Hirkland, Stacey Lee, Rosita Rawnsley

Living Bath Mat Feeds Off You and Your Bath Water
april 13, 2009, 12:02 pm
Filed under: Green Living

Here’s a fresh take on a bathroom accessory that will bring a smile to your face each time you step out of the shower: a moss-laden rug to cradle your newly scrubbed feet and transport you to the great outdoors. Aside from its ability to liven up any old shower space, the Moss Carpet also gets major bonus points for being a wonderfully low-maintenance addition to your loo that features a non-slip grip and resistance to mold. Plus, you’ll never have to worry about washing it!


Ralph the leaf
april 13, 2009, 11:59 am
Filed under: Green Living