Struck by Glacier Girl

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by adakallgren on 2 September, 2015

Elizabeth Farrell adopted the pseudonym Glacier Girl and started DIY:ing clothes in an attempt to illustrate the issues with global warming.

On our minds is Remember The Glaciers, a school project gone viral by 19-year old Londoner Elizabeth Farrell. In an attempt to illustrate the issues with global warming and encourage activism amongst her generation, Elizabeth adopted the pseudonym Glacier Girl and started DIYing clothes, objects and photography true to the tastes of her mermaid-haired peers. We are totally struck by this girl and her clever ways of reworking the eco activist aesthetic to appeal to the people she knows best how to reach. Read a recent interview with Glacier Girl here

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