Accese le luci di Natale di Carnaby Street (e sono delfini!)

Sono state accese ufficialmente le luci di Natale di Carnaby Street ieri 7 novembre.

Carnaby Street ha la fama di avere decorazioni natalizie piuttosto originali ed innovative. E anche quest’anno non delude infatti ci sono conchiglie, perle, cavalljucci marin, piovre e delfini. Non le cose che vi aspettate normalmente nelle luci natalizie ordinarie. 

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@carnabylondon has had a “whale” of a time with this year’s Christmas decorations 🐳⁣ ⁣ As you might know, the Carnaby Street team always do something a liiiittle bit different with their festive decorations 🎄 ⁣ ⁣ …and this year is no different. They’ve teamed up with ocean conservation charity @weareprojectzero to focus on the wellbeing of our oceans and have ensured that sustainability is at the heart of the installation ♻️ ⁣ ⁣ 🐬 Every single decoration is made from recycled, repurposed or reusable materials including water-based, eco-friendly, vegan paint 🎨 ⁣ ⁣ 🐠 Each street represents an area of the ocean in need of conservation, including a floating kelp forest (made of repurposed green fishing nets) bright, pink coral (made from bubble wrap) and deep, blue sea (with the fish & bubbles made from recycled plastic bottles) 🌊 ⁣ ⁣ The installation is intended to highlight the urgent need to protect and restore the ocean in order to mitigate the damaging effects of climate change and create a sustainable future for life on Earth 🌍 ⁣ ⁣ Fancy seeing the lights get switched on? 💡 Head down there this Thursday, and rest assured, the power used for them is 100% renewably sourced. ⁣ ⁣ Bravo @carnabylondon & @weareprojectzero 👏🏼🐳🐬🐙🌊⁣ ⁣ PS It was pouring with rain when we visited (no surprises there) so we edited the sky to jazz it up a bit 😄

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