Solar-sintering aims to raise questions about the future of manufacturing and triggers dreams of the full utilisation of the production potential of the worldâ€™s most efficient energy resource – the sun. Whilst not providing definitive answers, this experiment aims to provide a point of departure for fresh thinking. :Read on:
Check out the behind scenes video, by Denver, Colorado based artist, DJ CAVEM and his related music video:
Apart from youth outreach and his music, he teaches “Blue & Yellow Logic & Environmental Sustainability”:
The goal of Blue & YellowÂ Logic is to teach urban communities how to support themselves and the environment with this sustainability project. No back yard plots here.Â The gardens cover city blocks and provide enough food to feedÂ several families throughout the year.Â Here Cavem supervises a soil delivery to agarden managed by the Eastside Growerâ€™sÂ collective.Â The project is gaining local and national attention.Â Recently, Blue & Yellow Logic has made arrangements to develop gardens at the home ofÂ Colorado Senatorâ€™s Michael Johnston andÂ The Seanse-Elyri Â Aquaphonic Grown HouseÂ Project Â in order to provide free organic food to the community.
Lighting up a home
Disclaimer:Â I don’t usually post the spam green product ads that I get inundated with, but I kinda wanna my this for my home.Â Think fuzzy walls – perfect in the event you decide to smoke a jeffrey.Â I’m not gonna link to their site and further plug these guys, but if you wanna check out the moss tiles, click the pic to enlarge.