Paula Hayes' collection of living terrarium artworks has recently made its debut at the New York Museum of Modern art.
The exhibit consists of a number of organically shaped transparent objects which are full of lush and vibrant plant life. The works are called 'Nocturne of the Limax Maximus' and each piece's exterior is built from hand-blown acrylic glass that glows almost magically in the white and brilliant light of the museum.
Implications - In the last few years, there has been an increased consumer desire for products or work that draws attention to the plight of the environment. A company can capitalize on this by investing in art, speciality products, or campaigns that explicitly state their benefit for the planet. In doing so, the company engenders goodwill from eco-conscious consumers and the media alike.
Paula Hayes Brings Green Creations to the Museum of Modern Art
1. Sustainable Art - Opportunity for businesses to invest in art that promotes environmental consciousness and appeals to eco-conscious consumers.
2. Living Terrariums - Innovative product category that combines art and nature, offering opportunities for businesses to create unique, immersive experiences.
3. Environmental Activism - Increased consumer desire for products that support environmental causes, creating opportunities for companies to develop campaigns and products that highlight sustainability efforts.
1. Art - Art galleries and museums can showcase and promote sustainable art, attracting eco-conscious consumers and generating awareness.
2. Home Decor - Home decor businesses can tap into the trend of living terrariums, offering unique and eco-friendly options for customers.
3. Marketing and Advertising - Companies can engage in environmental activism through campaigns that promote sustainability and attract eco-conscious consumers, fostering a positive brand image.