Eco artist Edina Tokodi has always been known for her moss graffiti work, but now she has created a portrait that will be displayed at the Fort Green Garden Walk event. Currently, her work is displayed at Green Spaces in Brooklyn, New York.
The portrait is made with white panels atop a greenery wall to perfectly create a portrayal of the human face.
Implications - With more consumers becoming eco-conscious every day, the use of Earth-friendly elements grows as well. Incorporating green aspects into products will reach a larger audience than only focusing on one factor of appeal. Companies can look at this ability to attract a variety of customers through incorporating eco elements into their items to increase their market.
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