Do you know the clothes you wear have been polluted?
This video is to educate people that by putting on an organic T-shirt, we are giving hope to our world.
Dear Reader of the TREEmagazine,
Due to the growing demand of high-value content we would like to announce that in the near future many more authors will feed their content into the “TREEmagazine – For People Who Care!”. They just let it flow and let it grow!
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Each blow of his sword carries with it centuries of wisdom and meditation. Each blow has to have the force and the skill of all the warriors of the past, who still continue to bless the combat. Each movement of the fight honors the movements that previous generations have tried to transmit through tradition.
The Warrior of Light enhances the beauty of his blows. Although he behaves like a child.
Cole Gerst is an award winning art director, graphic designer, illustrator & painter. After stints as the art director for two record labels, art directing and designing album packaging and ad campaigns for some of the worlds most influential musicians, Gerst became the first in-house art director for the House of Blues corporation. Here he established a full service art department and created company wide brand guidelines overseeing a nationwide group of designers. In 2002 Gerst left House of Blues to create option-g visual communication. For the last 10 years option-g has been continuously growing and gaining notoriety with its design and illustration style. It has been highly influential and accredited for helping foster the resurgence of the “gig” poster, designing posters for such bands as the Shins, Beck, Modest Mouse, Bright Eyes & Interpol. He has won multiple awards for design from Communication Arts, Print and How Magazine.
“What’s Next?” by Option-G
http://www.jazzvideoguy.tv presents an episode of Billy Taylor’s’ 1958 TV show, “The Subject Is Jazz,” featuring Bill Evans, Tony Scott, Art Farmer, Jimmy Cleveland, Doc Severinsen, Ed Thigpen, Mundell Lowe, Eddie Safranski and George Russell.