Interesting use found for the downturn in consumerism. ViaÂ Eyeteeth who writes:
Toronto residents Eric Cheung and Sean Martindale have devised a way toÂ cut advertising posterboards to make cone-shaped, in situ flowerpots. Martindale tells Torontoist that the duo is â€œactivating public space,â€ introducing nature â€œto the urban environment in ways that might encourage others to do the same, or to at least consider such possibilities.â€ To that end, theyâ€™ve made the design of their templatesÂ available under Creative Commons license.
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