In 2001, Rachel Martin left the advertising world with the intention of making a positive impact. Learn about her efforts to make an environmental impact…
One creative duo in Madrid is putting plants where street posters belong in a new project called Plants of Posters.
In recent years there’s been a huge movement toward green, sustainable living and business practices. From do-it-yourself projects that have taken the internet by storm on sites like Pinterest, Instructables, and more, to artists building homes for the homeless out of discarded items. In other parts of the world, namely third world countries, there’s...
Freelance writer, Tom Tumbusch, on "greenlancing" and opportunities for creative pros in the sustainability market.
In this first of several posts on “greenlancing,” Tom Tumbusch shares what he learned about getting started with a focus on sustainability.
The idea of working locally doesn’t mean we have to lose our ability to tackle the market beyond our immediate vicinity. When I talk about thinking locally, I specifically mean think about what is local to you and what is local to your product’s destination.
Are your business cards going to waste? Is it worth printing more than 100 these days? Jeremy Flagg addresses these burning issues.
I think one of the most important things that come up when trying to turn a creative to the world of green is the money. It’s something I’ll be continuously looking into but the bad news is being green isn’t always cheap. Because of this, I’m going to ease your conversion into the world...
Sagmeister, Inc. gave the renewable energy subsidiary of Energias de Portugal (EDP), a growing wind energy company, a strikingly fresh brand identity. The renowned designer and studio partnered with Brand New School to create an animated storyline.
Folks, I have to admit, while the results of my poll weren't the bleakest, it definitely didn’t paint a pretty picture for creatives and how we treat the planet. There is a lot of room for improvement.