It’s not a new thing for me to care about the Earth and always try to find ways to be more sustainable. With everything constantly evolving around us, new technologies, new concepts, new knowledge, being environmentally friendly also means keeping educating yourself, your family, and also whoever else listens.
So any opportunity to spread the word again and again is never a waste of time.
The iPic Theaters just held the iPic Member Film Festival for short films focused on the environment. The objective was to create a two to six minute video that complies with the requirements of the Official Rules on the theme of earth preservation. The Contest began on December 15, 2011 and ends on April 22, 2012.
I’m proud to say that I coincidentally got involved in a great movie that is one of the front runners of the festival – The Recyclist, by Shane Alexander.
It was hilarious to play the BAD character… but hey.. anything to get the right message to people!

Japan massive earthquake and tsunami

Help Japan


On March 11, 2011, a huge 8.9 earthquake and subsequent tsunami hit Japan, causing widespread destruction. Check this Huffington Post page for more detailed info on helping Japanese people get their lives back.

And below are a few easy and fast ways to help:

Text REDCROSS to 90999 to donate $10 to the Red Cross
Text JAPAN or QUAKE to 80888 to donate $10 to the Salvation Army
Text JAPAN to 50555 to donate $10 to
Call 1-888-392-0392 to donate to
Call (800)481-4462 to donate to



More Edeyo posters

This time the entire series of 7 posters was [super quickly] designed to illustrate Edeyo’s efforts. They were displayed at Edeyo’s annual fundraiser in the end of June in New York. Hosted by Michelle Rodriguez and filled with stars including John Legend, the Foundation’s 3rd anniversary fundraiser at The Bowery Hotel was named by US Magazine “Legendary night out” ;) Lucky my posters to witness the evening from the walls!



An 8.8 earthquake hit just off the coast of Chile early Saturday morning, killing at least 802 people and creating tsunami warnings in more than 50 countries across the Pacific ocean. Thousands are believed to have been left homeless due to the widespread destruction of buildings. – after The Huffington Post

I’ve added the information on the Chile earthquake relief.

On January 12th 2010 the 7.0-magnitude quake killed at least 100,000 people in Haiti, one of the poorest countries in the world.

Two weeks later, after indescribable efforts to first rescue the survivors from under the rubble, save their lives, and then keep them alive while facing the limited sources of food and water, the U.N. now says up to 1 million people require shelter… Continue reading