I always kind of liked the idea of guerilla gardening; reclaiming the dull gray spaces that surround us. While I presently don’t really live in a place that is devoid of green and nature, I certainly appreciate playful ways of introducing life in otherwise dead places. These seedbombs take that to a new level:
Made from a mixture of clay, compost, and seeds, seedbombs are a great way to combat the many forgotten grey spaces you encounter everyday: from sidewalk cracks, to vacant lots and parking medians. They can be thrown anonymously into these abandoned urban sites to reclaim and transform them into places worth looking at and caring for.
The Seedbomb concept was designed by Kim Karlsrud and Daniel Phillips a.k.a. The Common Studio and can be bought for slightly over a dollar from the Greenaid web store or from a vending machine near you (currently mostly in the US and Europe):
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