The Eat Green Design Festival 2008 was a great success, stimulating environmentally sustainable thinking in design and commenting on the ‘throwaway’ nature of our society. A great range of products created for the Before and After curated exhibition is now available for purchase through the Eat Green Design website. Read more about the event here, […]
September 24th, 2008
The Eat Green Design Festival 2008 was a great success, stimulating environmentally sustainable thinking in design and commenting on the ‘throwaway’ nature of our society.
A great range of products created for the Before and After curated exhibition is now available for purchase through the Eat Green Design website.
Read more about the event here, or visit eatgreendesign.com.
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