Wonderful Green is a foundation that wants to make the world greener and more diverse. Wonderful Green wants to achieve this through a holistic approach, for example through - planting trees or hemp in a permaculture environment, - creating attention and appreciation for talent, skills and craft. - teaching about nature by experience. The campaigns raise awareness about the possibilities of greening deserts and cities. We humans are responsible and dependent on the wellbeing of our Mother Earth.
The alter ego Lady Hemp wants to free hemp. The bond between people and hemp has been around for centuries. Everything about this wonder plant was used to make paper, textiles, food and medicines. Replace synthetic plastic with hemp Use hemp for 3D printing . Replace toxic concrete with recyclable natural hempcrete. These are 2 examples of the 50,000 uses of hemp. In 1940, a lie was made up for economic reasons. A ban was imposed on the cultivation of the plant. Humanity is doing itself short by not using hemp fully for the healing and well being of Mother Earth.
The brand of illustrator Monique Ravensberg is called MRstar. Her manual or digital work revisits the moon, mother earth and universal love as themes. The illustrations are published on the blog from MRstar. Prints of the illustrations can be ordered by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. The sales go to the Wonderful Green foundation. MRstar also makes illustrations, designs or house styles on commission. During an MRstar event, a group will work from color and composition create an illustration together.
Moromoro are natural perfume jewelry from Sub-Saharan Africa. The beads and pendants are made of 'pitt clay' from the pitt of an African tropical fruit. Women make jewelry for women and wear it to seduce. The book 'The Seduction of Moromoro' reveals the secrets about this jewelry. Wear your favorite perfume with your jewelry. You can charge the pendants and beads of moromoro jewelry with perfume. Make your own jewelry at the special moromoro event in an African setting. Learn the techniques and how to charge your selfmade moromoro jewelry.