For the World Environmental Day we asked a range of artists to use their creativity and work to picture and communicate the Climate Crisis.
 
These past few days had been quite encouraging to see the response against social inequalities.
 
To end the week, we are proud to work with some amazing artists in Spain, giving a voice once more to one of the most scary issues on the planet.
 
Because we are in a planetary emergency.
 
For the future, we say to rethink our attitude of superiority over the natural world. But today we celebrate there is still common sense and beauty in this place.
 
We invite you to join us. Visit our Stories to fill your city with these artists works.
For the World Environmental Day we asked a range of artists to use their creativity and work to picture and communicate the Climate Crisis.
 
These past few days had been quite encouraging to see the response against social inequalities.
 
To end the week, we are proud to work with some amazing artists in Spain, giving a voice once more to one of the most scary issues on the planet.
 
Because we are in a planetary emergency.
 
For the future, we say to rethink our attitude of superiority over the natural world. But today we celebrate there is still common sense and beauty in this place.
 
We invite you to join us. Visit our Stories to fill your city with these artists works.

Special thanks to: Adriana Roslin, Pablo Alzaga, Cecilia Renard, Punto Guadalupe, Sol Pardo, Giulia Venerandi, Claudia Barral, Evade, Javier Ruiz, Laura Prim, Lorena Cao, Nauzet Gaspar Alejandra Smits, Sofía García, Clara García, Manuel Quintero, Álex Pastrana, Taquen, Sandra Ramiro, Paul Antón y Bea Aiguabella, Murph media.

Special thanks to: Adriana Roslin, Pablo Alzaga, Cecilia Renard, Punto Guadalupe, Sol Pardo, Giulia Venerandi, Claudia Barral, Evade, Javier Ruiz, Laura Prim, Lorena Cao, Nauzet Gaspar Alejandra Smits, Sofía García, Clara García, Manuel Quintero, Álex Pastrana, Taquen, Sandra Ramiro, Paul Antón y Bea Aiguabella, Murph media.