On June 9, 2015, the California Center for Public Health Advocacy was able to push through in San Francisco the nation’s first Soda Warning Label and advertising moratorium on surgary soft drinks. “By requiring a health warning on all sugary drink advertising and restricting marketing of the same on public property, San Francisco has become […]
San Francisco Unanimously Passes Nation’s First Soda Warning Label, Advertising Moratorium, and What this Means for Coca-Cola
Adidas Partners with Parley for the Oceans to Deal with Ocean Plastic, Fashion, and Sustainability
More fashion and footwear brands are raising the stakes when it comes to their initiatives towards sustainability. Like H&M and Kering, leaders in this category, so too has Adidas stepped up their game. This week, the adidas Group announced a partnership with Parley for the Oceans, an initiative dedicated to raising awareness about the beauty […]
Coca-Cola Launches 2nd Lives, Recycling Plastic Bottles Into New “Tools”…with More Plastic
Coca-Cola continues to try and be green and gain credibility with global youth markets, but their latest campaign called 2nd Lives is a bad idea in numerous ways. The concept of recycling is obviously good, but the real motive is so obviously transparent as to make 2nd Lives look like the biggest greenwashing gimmick to […]
Street Art Meets Binary Code Technology: Legendary European Artist Space Invader Crafts New Messaging via Tiles in Binary Code Seen Only with iPhones Images
Low-tech meets hi-tech in the recent trends among street artists to re-introduce their work via new media formats.