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  • Moss Graffiti invades Brooklyn

    It’s about time more moss grows in brooklyn. Edina Tokodi has been creating moss figures on building sites, and other abondoned walls. I’m guessing it’s a mixture of found moss, some biodegrable glue. Hopefully they will stay, expand and grow beyond the boundaries of her figures.

  • Fresh Salad available to billboard climbers

    In attempt to promote it’s fresh salads, McDonalds has begun installing billboards showcasing it’s greenery. Instead of using plain bold text, it’s using plants to fill in the bold text. Very Green. I wonder what happens as the plants become part of a larger system, where the billboards become nests for birds, rodents, and insects. […]


This is the archive for June, 2008.



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