Unlike climate change, which is a vague vast and apocalyptic, plastic is smaller and more tangible. It’s something in everyone’s daily life. It’s something we interact with. We can touch, we feel, and we throw out. The appeal of the plastic monument is also fueled by a sense people have that they’ve joined an insurgent […]
We’re all aware of the huge amount of plastic that is being produced on a daily basis, but what can we do to slow the growth? To fully tackle the problem, we need companies and governments to step in, but this will only happen when enough of us start calling for change. Here’s what we can do to jump start this movement.
The world is drowning in single-use plastic, and estimates predict the problem will grow sig- niﬁcantly by 2050. Several approaches are needed to tackle this problem, including a chance in behaviour through education. The techniques introduced to me over the course of my education in Architecture have given me the tools necessary to help individuals visualize the scope of the problem and understand what must be done to address it.
Most of us are aware that the world is drowning in plastic, but it can be hard to make sense of just how much is on the planet. We were invited by the Museum of Vancouver to produce a model visualizing just how much plastic is out there. The easiest way to visualize plastic is […]
We silkscreened some shirts
Building an interactive light exhibit out of discarded packaging.