Two different types of fictive projects based around bottled water have hit the market recently. With “daily nutritional values” ranging from -200,000% Carbon Tetrachloride to 2% polar bear tears and 98% melted ice caps, they are both part of campaigns to raise awareness over toxic spills, lying advertising and to end our massive consumption of bottled water.

Marking the 25th anniversary of the 1984 chemical spill caused by Union Carbide in Bhopal, India, the Yes Men, Bhopal Medical Appeal and London creative design firm Kennedy Monk have developed elegant bottles of water called B'eau pal.

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