Fortunately, saving water doesn’t stop at the flush of a toilet. Washing laundry is a major use of water that some Americans can take for granted. So, how can clothes still get squeaky clean by using less water?
A dirty habit that some individuals or families may suffer from is poor planning before laundry day. Don’t wait until every clothing item that you own is completely soiled before popping it in the wash.
Bigger loads use more water to complete cycles while the clothes are washing. Several small loads will use less water and energy, while ensuring that everything will come out fresh and clean.
Neil Barrett's swimwear collection for Sundek .
directed by Marcello Burlon
video + editing by Marco De Giorgi, Marcelo Burlon,Matteo Montanari
model Daniel Bandad @elite model
intro: "We Are" by LOPAZZ
main track: "Re: STACKS" by BON IVER, TOMAS BARDFORD Remix, (TARTELET records)
“James Worrell creates images that burst of color, creativity and cleverness. His work ranges from artistic compositions of beer cans and fast food, to witty advertising campaigns, often focusing on environmental issues. Beyond photography, James has created a series of stop motion projects that convey important messages composed of imagery and paired beautifully with music. As a result of his extraordinary talent and passion for photography, for the last 17 years James has enjoyed a thriving commercial photography business shooting still life for advertising, editorial, catalog, and the web.”
This is a Stop Action, Photomatic presentation by Photographer, James Worrell. JamesWorrell.net. In 2008, World Consumption of Bottled Water Surpassed 52 Billion Gallons...
Triptych, is the first of 2 video installations Daniel Askill directed for the leading German architectural design brand, Dornbracht. Working with the renowned Cologne-based creative agency Meiré und Meiré, Askill and The Brainstormclub were given creative freedom to create the films.
Shot on location with our partners Collider at Fox Studios, Sydney, the project utilised high speed camera work and a 360 degree time slice rig. The films demonstrate the relationship between body, water and spirit.