Monthly Archives: October 2011

Recycling doesn’t have to be dull – 2

Our friend Carleen from Chase PR sent us this link the other day. If ever we needed a compelling reminder why we should to recycle our plastic, this is it.  

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Recycling doesn’t have to be dull

For many people the idea of recycling is difficult. As human beings, especially in this society the notion of preventing something (seemingly) remote is way less inspiring than the idea of creating something tangible and proximate. Maybe that’s why creative, … Continue reading

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The SOURCE EXPO 17th & 18th October

When Prama launched Mantis just over ten years ago, it’s unlkely she had any plans to make speeches or sit on panals about ethical business and sustainability – for a start there simply weren’t that many people interested back then. … Continue reading

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Starfish: the shape of things to come.

Our friends Starfish have been putting together their forthcoming brochure. These are just a glimpse of the models (and photographer) at work. The models are wearing dresses from their super maternity range – made in Africa using 100% organic, African … Continue reading

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Power

Almost all of Tanzania’s power comes from hydro-electric power plants. As you’ll have seen on the news the Horn of Africa is suffering the worst drought and famine in 60 years. Whilst Tanzanians are thankfully spared famine and starvation seen … Continue reading

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Joy Division

Joy Division formed in 1976. They had four intensely creative years until Ian Curtis’s suicide in 1980. Within that time they made some amazing music – Atmosphere, Transmission, Warsaw, Love Will Tear Us Apart, She’s Lost Control – fusing ambient … Continue reading

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