Friday, June 5, 2009

Art for All Time is going green with Eco-Libris

We are happy to annonce a new partership with Art for All Time, a unique online
boutique for children's Art Photobooks, DVDs and Parties.

Art for All Time is partnering with Eco-Libris to offer its customers the opportunity to plant one tree with each Art Photobook purchase and the company will double the do-good feeling by matching, in the customer's honor, with the planting of one additional tree.

Art for All Time is an online boutique to create customized Art Photobooks and DVD Slideshows of children's art. As an exclusive offering for New York City parents, the company also plans Premium Art Birthday Parties that can be personalized for children of all ages.

Mom-owned and mom-operated, this venture was started by Corena Young-Dixon, a stay-at-home mom who cherished her daughter’s art, yet was unsatisfied with the standard children’s art photobooks available from mass retailers and print-on-demand companies. She wanted to bring a premiere children’s art photobook to the market, and so she did.

This small business hopes to meet the needs of discerning moms, from New York City and beyond, who desire a luxury Art Photobook or DVD as a simple, yet chic way to handle cherished artwork that verges on becoming clutter.

Art for All Time hopes to grow the company with customers who return annually for customized services to create children's Art Photobooks and Art DVDs or to design personalized Art Birthday Parties. Art for All Time is proud to celebrate children’s artistic development, year by year!

You can learn more about Art for All Time and their products on their website - and don't forget to check out their gallery!

Raz @ Eco-Libris

The first green assassin!

Our friends at Do the Green Thing always surprise us with great green stuff, combining wit and a great sense of humor.

This time we're talking about sustainable food or if to be precise why you should consume vegetables when they are in the season (hint: it's not only the better taste..).

Here is some more info on this video from Do the Green Thing's website:

The story of a man with a gun and a mission - to eliminate all instances of unseasonal vegetable consumption.

Written and directed by the brilliant Michael 'Watercress' Wright and starring the magnificent Daniel 'Legume' Lapaine with deft editing by Simon 'Water Celery' Wilcox and a purringly perfect soundtrack by Michael 'Mango' Mertens. Produced by the kind people at Mustard in association with the equally kind people at Eat Seasonably. Huge thanks to all.

Enjoy the video!

Raz @ Eco-Libris