Friday, 22 October 2010

SAS style.

Over the summer I spent a bit of time in the South west of France -namely Hossegor. Now it may of been the sun, the sangria and the incredibly buff surfer's but when i took this photo one beautiful afternoon I marvelled at just how clean and litter free the beaches were, then mourned at the terrible state some of the beaches are in around the Cornish coast.

As a proud member of Surfers Against Sewage I thought it was about time I checked out their clothing range so that I may (and please excuse the terrible pun, it just has to be said) wear my heart on my sleeve...sorry I did warn you.

The graphics are clean and fresh, the women's cut fits well and its all for a damn good can't ask more from a t-shirt really.

Thursday, 7 October 2010

Old timer for a new term

So after a rather long summer break, I felt I was well overdue to keep you up to date with whats going on in the realms of sustainable Art and Design.

I hereby bring your attention to Anna Garforth.

A long established practioner in the area of sustainable design she aims to intergrate creative practice with urban ecology and sustainability. Her love of typography and attention to detail is constant source of enjoyment for the unsuspecting passer by in London to behold.

Her public work is reminder to us all of the strength the natural world posseses; however much concrete we lay down or however many skyscrapers we put up, the flora and fauna will endevour to push its way through the cracks of the grey jungle we create to add some colour and essentially the true life force we need to sustain us in our urban lives.
Check out her website at: