Arts/Culture

Calling All Eco-Artists: Capture The Spotlight In NRDC’s New Contest!

by Elizah Leigh

With increased environmental awareness has come a renewed appreciation for what can be created from the wreckage of our consumer culture, namely a bevy of inspired art works. Anyone with

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ABOVE: Fresh Green Eco-Mag Well Worth The Ka-Ching!

by Elizah Leigh

Green-themed newsstand publications continue to fall the way of the dinosaur in response to ever-dwindling publishing budgets, the increasing clamor of the internet and most of all, a reduction of

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Endangered Species Condoms: Show You Care, Down There

by Elizah Leigh

It’s Valentine’s Day weekend, bayyyy-bee! What a perfect excuse for boozin’ and smoochin’ your sweetie, not to mention a whole lot of other verb-wielding activities, yeah…you know what I’m talkin’

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NYC Street Artist Builds Astoria Scum River Bridge Out Of Recycled, Reclaimed Materials

by MPD

What the what?! Imagine my surprise when I learned on Good.Is that artist Jason Eppink, in collaboration with Toronto-based street artist Posterchild, built an eco work of art just 4

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Hip Green Artist Helps Celebrities Get Totally Trashed

by MPD

Wanna see your favorite celebrities get totally trashed? Well, you’ve come to the right place! Eco-friendly artist Jane Perkins is turning recycling into an art with her celebrity portraits made

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Artist Shepard Fairey Creates Sea Shepherd Print

by Michael dEstries

Artist Shepard Fairey, who rose to fame with his Barack Obama “HOPE” posters, has created a new poster to support the Sea Shepherd and honoring Captain Paul Watson. “I am

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WATCH: Maya Lin’s Moving “Unchopping a Tree” Debuts In Copenhagen

by Michael dEstries

Artist and architect Maya Lin has unveiled her latest addition to her conservation memorial “What is Missing” called “Unchopping A Tree”. It’s a moving piece of work enriched with ethereal

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