Blond:ish says 'Bye Bye Plastic' in a new mini documentary
Her initiative aims to end the use of single-use plastics in the electronic music industry by 2025
A new mini documentary released by Mutt Film has showcased Canadian techno don Blond:ish's Bye Bye Plastic initative.
The artist, also known as Vivie-Ann Bakos, and her scheme aim to end the use of single-use plastics in the electronic music industry by 2025.
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In the video, she explains how performing at Brazil's Warung Beach Club and seeing the contrast between the stunning sunrise and a "mountain of waterbottles" urged her to take action.
The video was directed by Jonathan Hyde, who first worked with Bakos 15 years ago in Montreal.
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Check out 'Bye Bye Plastic' below, and head to the initiative's Instagram page for more information about Bakos' mission.
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