Pinzat: http://www.pinzat.org/ (you can buy these 'green' bags online)
Dutch artist Anna Taratiel: http://taratiel.com/ (see her blog!)
Dutch artist Morcky: http://www.morcky.com/troubles/
Artist who bundle their forces for a better world...
A few weeks ago I met Pinzat on a streetmarket in Barcalona. They showed me their colourful bags and wallets, designed by artist all over the world and which were made of recycled goods. Every piece was unique. Once I got back in Holland I visited some of the artists websites. They don't stop with reclycled artwork: they take up projects all over the world, to create a better world. Visit the websites and see for your
I just heard that the money me and some friends collected on Queensday, by selling water and goods, has reached Guatamala! We donated the money to Camino Seguro. Check the link: www.caminoseguro.nl!
Me and my friends supported Atma Mumbay two years ago. They started a project in India, where they adress the issue of quality education for the local children and young adults. Within the last couple of years they became a great importance for the community in Mumbay. And i just found out they started a new blog! A great way to follow their accomplishments: http://www.atma.org.in/blog
Whenever you go travelling by plane, you invest in green.Five euro of your ticket goes to reforesting.Is this a noble initiative or is it mainly hypocrit?Because it seems unlogical that you have to buy a tree.How do you know that your 5,- go to a reforesting project that apparantly saves our planet and won’t end up in the wrong person’s pockets?Type your update here