Seeing the light at Earls Court

Posted by bex — 21 September 2007 at 3:17pm - Comments

Judging from recent comments on this site, it seems there are a few people out there who still believe the myths that compact fluorescent bulbs are ugly, ungainly and undimmable.

But going green doesn't mean sacrificing good design, and CFLs can be versatile, stylish and even beautiful. We've been working with designer Jason Bruges (he of Wind to Light renown) on an installation using fully dimmable, compact fluorescent bulbs and, well, I'll let the film do the talking:

Your climate change videos

Posted by jossc — 20 June 2007 at 3:25pm - Comments

A big thanks once again to all of you who took part in our Glastonbury competition. Here are some of the best entries in the video section - it's a shame there could only be one winner in each category.

My birthday in the park (living with climate change...)

You and climate change, in pictures

Posted by bex — 20 June 2007 at 11:03am - Comments

We asked you to create images and videos about climate change. As promised, here are some of our favourite images (make sure you check out the winners, and the wonderful animations and videos too).

Click on the images to see them in full size:

Painting and collage

Artists on Aldermaston

Posted by bex — 2 December 2006 at 1:48am - Comments

One of the hundreds of citizens inspecting Aldermaston earlier this week was the artist Kurt Jackson. He’s best known for his paintings of the Cornish landscape, but it turns out he’s also a dab hand at sketching nuclear weapons facilities. In the rain. Under the scrutiny of nosy police officers.

The 'Save or Delete' art exhibition

Posted by admin — 2 February 2006 at 9:00am - Comments

The successful Greenpeace 'Save or Delete' art and photography exhibition, featuring exclusive works by some of the world's best known international graphic artists such as Pete Fowler, Mike Gillette and Jasper Goodall, toured across the UK between autumn 2005 and spring 2005.

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