This Kinetic Installation Uses Sound to Visualize the World’s CO2 Emissions

CarbonScape installation by h0nh1m aka Chris Cheung
(Visualize decarbonization.)

“The CarbonScape installation by Chinese artist Chris Cheung (aka h0nh1m), mimics the sounds of jet engines, ship horns, steam, chimneys, and other carbon emitters, blending them together into an immersive soundscape. The sounds are visualized by a bamboo forest-like field of tubes and black ‘carbon’ balls. The result is a piece of art that speaks to the effects of fossil fuel use and industrialization on our planet.”

From This Kinetic Installation Uses Sound to Visualize the World’s CO2 Emissions, by Lidija Grozdanic

CarbonScape (PV) from h0nh1m on Vimeo.

Project site: Carbonscape

Weed Goddess Free and Naked Smoking On the Streets of San Francisco

“I wanted to bring the joy, fun and magic that cannabis brings to my life. The Cannabis Goddess got released from her handcuffs and is freely roaming on the streets of San Francisco sharing her love. I intend to keep doing this Green Cannabis Artivism many more times in many different cities and spread the seeds of Mother Nature and to raise awareness about the healing aspects of Marijuana and its necessary legalization.”

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