Faced with the wave of frost in the US, president Trump has just said “What the hell is going on with Global Waming?”. We show that this statement is a peice of nonsense, and we explain why these temperatures are a consequence of climate change.
POPSICASE is more than an eco-friendly cover. We also help raise awareness about issues that this world must change.
Black Friday is the day of exacerbated and animal consumption. It is difficult to escape from this commercial whirlwind, but with a little effort, it is possible to buy otherwise by becoming more critical, freer and happier people. What are we talking about?
Queremos continuar el ciclo de vida de tu POPSICASE y te invitamos a que contribuyas. Tu colaboración es imprescindible y por eso queremos compensarte regalándote un 40% de descuento en la compra de una siguiente POPSICASE.
Every minute 1 million plastic bottles are sold in the world. that end up in landfills or in the sea. Reusing them is harmful to health and the lifespan of a bottle is 15 minutes. Is it worthwhile to continue using them? We give you 3 simple tips to stop doing it
Until very recently abandoned fishing nets were thrown away or lost in the ocean, wreaking havoc on biodiversity. Today it is possible to recover and upcycle them into high quality material, as our POPSICASE, thanks to the efforts of many people. We are proud to be part of that cycle.
Children begin to use smartphones each time earlier. In fact this device is a personal screen with access to the world, where they can play with whomever and see whatever they want without limits. In a way this autonomy implies a lack of control about contents and schedule, and parents should take part, because we are the ones who stablish the rules of the game.
When a video camera focuses the audience on a massive highlight at any concert, you can distinguish many arms holding smartphones and aiming to capture that magic moment. Is it worth recording it? Maybe you’d better enjoy real life, rather than through your camera!
Have you ever wondered if smartphones are killing the art of conversation? British photographer Babycakes Romero raises the question in his project ‘The Death of Conversation’.
Behind our simple but revolutionary phonecase is a team of people who are passionate about what they do and who work together to create the best product possible for you and for the planet. Read on to see how we do it!