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28 July 2014
So here we are. Our final stage at The Next Big 5. Our last "Tales about everyday animals”. (Before we start taking this project to the next step, that is).
There are billions of everyday animals. But most of us haven’t seen all of them in real live yet: the everyday sheep, cows, chickens, pigs and salmon.
They aren’t the Big 5. Nor are they the European Big 5. I believe they are The Next Big 5. They should be for sure. This project is all about tales of everyday animals. Animals we never see but live among us, in ...
24 July 2014
The Next Big 5 is proud to announce we’ll be powerfully (excuse us the word game) present at KRACHTVOER (or Powerful food in English).
We don’t really want to shout out with all forces (oops, again) what we will be doing yet, but make sure to stay tuned and mark in your agenda the following: KRACHTVOER, a festival about Food. October 18 & 19, De Studio, Antwerp. An edition about scarcity and abundance.
24 July 2014
So far, it was only Dr. Martens providing vegan shoes on the High Street (and let’s be honest, most retailers didn’t sell them), but now Esprit takes a next step. Their new collection is available online and at Esprit’s shops in more than 40 countries.
22 July 2014
Pawel Kuczynski puts it quite clear in this drawing: we’re quite disturbed in the way we treat animals.
While pets are humanized way too often, farm animals are industrialized way too much. Some months ago, we even got the comment from a dog welfare organization, there’s no way in comparing pets to farm animals. Ever hugged a pig? You should try it!
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