Green space is what modern cities lack the most, and probably need the most. Madrid based street art team Luzinterruptus took up the issue in a very artistic and interesting way. The team put up several small, packaged boxes to remind the city that it needed green spaces, and vertical gardens were not the only way to go.
Popular and entertaining as mangas might be, those comics do end up in the recycle bin at some point of time, no matter how hard you try to save your collection. Tokyo-based Japanese artist Koshi Kawachi thought of a better way, and put mangas to use as a gardening medium.
Let's see, I promised you in Part 3 I would reveal a really hot way of being Green this year. I also led you on and then reneged on that promise since I “ran out of room”. It was just a sneaky, dirty (pun intended since we were discussing growing vegetables in dirt) way of getting you to read Part ...
Let me see if I can find another way to be Green this year. Oooooohhhhh! I smell something burning. Well, maybe not burning, but definitely getting hot. I know that sentence was a tease, and I am going to take full advantage of it! Sooooo, I'll explain that later in this article.