Brewing Company Turns Car Emissions Into Ink

Brewing Company Turns Car Emissions Into Ink

Tiger Beer has created a sustainable process to transform air pollution into supplies for street art

Sara Roncero-Menendez
  • 29 august 2016

Pollution is one the largest global problems, but Asian beer company Tiger Beer is hoping to make a dent by turning some of it into ink. In collaboration with agency Marcel Sydney and Graviky Lab India, Tiger Air-Ink transforms car soot into a new medium for art in the streets. Graviky Labs developed a device that, when attached to a car’s exhaust, captures car emissions and soot while purifying the emissions. The device can be resized to fit any soot-creating outputs, from boats to cranes to kilns, helping to clean the air in many different facets of life while creating materials for self expression.

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