Thursday, May 15, 2008

What some of our team members are doing to help the bees!

OSSMedicineJewelry is making a documentary film on the vanishing of the bees.

She uses her creativity to help raise funds for creating her film!

She honors all creatures and makes jewelry out of bones, horns, fossils and stones.
All of her sales go toward the making of her film about the vanishing honeybees.


WeirdBugLady has created these BEEutiful bee pins!

25% of sales of these pins will be donated to the making of the documentary Vanishing of the Bees. Check out the website here:
Make a fashion statement and help save the honey bees!

Also if you're going to be in the Ballston Lake, NY area on May 17/18, be sure to check out her display at the
Lakeside Farms Arts & Crafts Fair!


lepetitmonstre has created this Queen Bee print of an original Le Petit Monstre collage.

All proceeds from this print will go to help fund the documentary,
The Vanishing of the Bees.
And if you love Queen Bee but the colors are not quite right, you can request any background color! How cool is that!?


BaRbaRaGIOrDaNoArt has created this art piece in response to CCD and help to bring about awareness.

This is a limited edition of only 25 prints. Each print has a certificate of authencity, signed, numbered and dated. The orignal work was created using professional colored pencils and acid free inks and markers.


OneHoney is part of is an urban beekeeping cooperative in Chicago with 100 hives (chemical free!!) and 37 members. Their work is supported entirely through sales of their products. They provide job training opportunities for hard to employ people in Chicago and sell their honey and products at Farmers Markets here. Visit their shop for some great beeswax and honey products!


Check out BrooklynBee's blog for some Bee related themes and news: !


samanthasartstudio's shop is donating $10 from each 8x10 print (and a few others) she sells to and the North American Pollinator Partnership Campaign.