Tuesday, 31 March 2015

grow the future

This is the first of our new series of street art to emphasise the importance of reconnecting with our natural environment.

For the first time in humanity’s history, more people live in urban settlements than rurally. Cities and towns occupy less than two percent of the earth’s surface, but use more than 75 percent of its resources, with London being the largest urban zone in Europe - the perfect location for this project.

Made completely from reclaimed materials, and absolutely nothing cut to size - this is our organic evolutionary process. Highlighting the desperately needed synergy between our rural-urban environment, inspired by the Rural Urban Synthesis Society, we put this first piece up next to the canal in Hackney Wick, London.




A human reconnection to nature is crucial to ensure a sustainable future. We all have a part to play.