Gallery: Graphic Project Decodes the Green Aesthetic

Nick Bampton's 'Subverting the Green Aesthetic'

Here at Inhabitat, we’re well aware that any product that seems green needs investigation and consideration before undertaking any celebration. Graduating design student Nick Bampton joins us in this approach, encouraging others to do the same with his graduation project, entitled ‘Subverting the Green Aesthetic’. The Middlesex student has produced three pairs of products and easy-to-understand graphics to get people thinking further than the green first impressions.

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  1. manujarch July 24, 2008 at 5:00 pm

    Is there any site which gives such review on daily items in terms of greenness?

  2. leafpure July 11, 2008 at 12:17 am

    I recommend “Cradle to Cradle: by William McDonough. Excellent book on the “green” products of today.

    The artist is correct- a lot of the so called green products aren’t really green, including the so called “organic” cotton t-shirts. If you knew how and where they are manufactured, you’d be amazed how ungreen they really are.

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