We’ve all seen paper bags with logos, vinyl signs with logos, T-shirts with logos—both in use and in the trash. Curb specializes in eco-friendly media campaigns that are eye-catching but ephemeral. Since launching last September, the London-based company has cut logos into grassy fields, branded sidewalks with salt water, created product renderings out of sand and compost, and harnessed the power of the sun to burn portraits into wood. The company works worldwide, using only natural elements that can be sourced locally to create waste-free branding.
By Lisa Cericola Posted July 20, 2009, 8:00 AM EDT