Together we can cocreate the brighter world we all know is possible.
Up! Thanks for all the requests and encouragement to get a PDF download of the EarthCycles Calendar up for sale. I've put it onto to our GoBrik Store where you can purchase the super high resolution master file for printing at a print...
Woohoo! After thinking about this idea for the last ten years, I am super excited to finally make the first full print of my Earth cycle calendar! Thanks to my master navigator brother Chris for the help adding the Moon's apsidal procession and the Earth's aphelion...
I've wanted to make a calendar for myself for a long time. Back when I was a landscape artist in Northern B.C. Canada, I spent hours and hours working on a calendar design that would show one of my seasonal paintings each month. But, I didn't want it to be a simple...
The other day, my brother asked me about a proposal for a new recycling program in our city of Ottawa, Canada. Is enhancing current recycling the best way to go ‘greener’?
Theoretical inspiration from the Three Body Problem.
Over the last few covid months, I've had a chance to reflect deeply on the issue of plastic pollution and delve deep into its causes. My team and I have mined some important insights through discussions and writing, and we're now getting ready to share them. Our...
“Imagine a world where the very way we live is steadily enriching the ecosystems around us. A world where our households, communities and enterprises, just by thriving, make the biosphere a greener, more bio-diverse and more livable place for us and our fellow species. ” –®
Russell is a regenerative artist, inventor and philosopher based in Bali, Indonesia. He is one of the principals of global the Ecobrick. His regenerative theories are inspired by his time amongst the Igorot people, his journey with plastic and his work mandalas. Russell is currently working on a new theory of Earthen Ethics and Plastic Sequestration. You can follow him on Facebook
The principles of innovating are even more important than the innovations. Here are my principal essays on the challenges of our times.
I love making stuff with bottles. Because they are everywhere, we can innovate techniques that anyone anywhere can put to use.