Published on January 9th, 2013 | by gatsbyadmin0
#4pieces @4pieces – Help Mother Nature…..
We started a new company in December for the
evolution of sustainable living in 2013. It’s called #4pieces….
#4pieces = 4 pieces of trash, litter, or garbage in a picture like you see here….
Take trash and make it into art, media, and positivity
@4pieces on Instagram
“One hand in the media; One hand in the dirt”
We are all working together for a cleaner and healthier planet. We have started this campaign to help with the interaction, information, and love of the Earth. We are the change that we wish to see in the world and now we can get to work “hand in hand”for a better tomorrow. 2013 will bring along many ways to interact with #4pieces…..
It only takes ONE PICTURE A DAY to help us spread the message. So far we have had over 120 pictures posted on Instagram, over 200 people on the Facebook page, and we have sponsors/partners that are lining up for the movement in 2013. Music concerts, community events, social media give aways, spokes people, and the Grimey Gatsby staff are conjuring up new aspects of guerrilla branding and social captivation.
|Hunt sent us this from the backside of Ajax Moutain….|
The pictures in this feature are from all over the world – California, Colorado, Maryland, Florida, and Spain. They have all posted #4pieces pics and Hunt, the president at Grimey Gatsby, has been the most influential. He is pushing the celebrities, the staff, and the audience to get involved. He chuckled at us after few questions, “You’ll see what I mean when you leave this meeting. Count all the trash from this meeting to where you parked your car for me. I’m sure there are more than 4.” He leaned back in his chair and gave us a grin like the Cheshire cat. “Now you can walk by them and count, or you can pick them up….either way, Grimey Gatsby will be picking them up all over the globe.”
He founded the company, takes a pic a day, and is pushing the movement with his unique vision of Unity and Tomorrow. “It doesn’t matter where, what, or whom you are. It’s more about the impact on the Earth and our thought process. The biggest obstacle is bringing the issue to light. Just like racism, sexism, and any social issue…You have to stand up for what is right before you start pointing fingers. So we are doing our part….and we are encouraging others to do theirs,” said Hunt in Aspen this weekend.