Some people didn’t like the bluntness of this message, created for the Cleveland Earthday Coalition.
The Library of Congress did. It’s in their permanent collection.
Here, we created a program to support military families that encouraged givers to reassess the power of the not-so-almighty dollar.
Not doing anything to help kids really isn't much different from being actively against kids.
To market Trappist caskets we invented ‘prebituaries’ — notices that ran in obituary columns celebrating the lives of personalities who weren’t dead -- and yes, we got their permission. The insight: by planning for our deaths, we take a bit more control over our lives. When it comes to picking out the box to be buried in, there's no time like the present.
We interviewed people who were once homeless but who found jobs and homes with the aid of the Chicago Alliance. With permission, we printed their success stories onto metal historical markers and placed them on the streets of Chicago where they once slept, ate, struggled, and lived.