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Shoot: 'Detox' Street Art in Mexico

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Mexican street artist Tony Collantes creates a live street art piece on an elementary school in Puerto Vallarta. The mandala fuses the toxic “skull and crossbones” with traditional Mexican designs. This work is linked to a series of Greenpeace activities being held in over 80 cities worldwide, demanding that Levi’s commits to eliminating the use of all hazardous chemicals throughout its supply chain. Greenpeace’s investigatory report, “Toxic Threads: Under Wraps”, exposes dumping of industrial wastewater containing toxic and hazardous chemicals from two of Mexico’s biggest textile manufacturing facilities with links to brands including Levi’s. Little transparency and weak laws allow these facilities to avoid scrutiny of their manufacturing processes. Greenpeace demands fashion brands commit to zero discharge of all hazardous chemicals by 2020, and require their suppliers to disclose all releases of toxic chemicals from their facilities to communities at the site of water pollution.
'Detox' Street Art in Mexico
8 Dec, 2012
'Detox' Street Art in Mexico
'Detox' Street Art in Mexico
8 Dec, 2012
'Detox' Street Art in Mexico
'Detox' Street Art in Mexico
8 Dec, 2012
'Detox' Street Art in Mexico
'Detox' Street Art in Mexico
8 Dec, 2012
'Detox' Street Art in Mexico
'Detox' Street Art in Mexico
8 Dec, 2012
'Detox' Street Art in Mexico
'Detox' Street Art in Mexico
8 Dec, 2012
'Detox' Street Art in Mexico
'Detox' Street Art in Mexico
8 Dec, 2012
'Detox' Street Art in Mexico
'Detox' Street Art in Mexico
8 Dec, 2012
'Detox' Street Art in Mexico
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