Message in A Bottle: Lies and Fake Bottled Water

Message in A Bottle: Lies and Fake Bottled Water
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Ebba Akerman
  • 28 july 2009

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.

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