INK- It tells the story but it also adds to global warming. Soybean oil based inks, free of VOCs, no hydrocarbons, with vegetable extracts, zero emission, biodegradable- my list was long and I couldn't check off all boxes. Read a little about the mark that ink leaves on our culture and the planet.
Trees preserve us, we rely on them, we belong to the same ecosystem, yet we forget and ignore, and glance right past when they are being cut indiscriminately. The joke will be on us, when trees survive the effects of global warming, and we perish in natural calamities.
When we choose a perspective we take a stand. It's up to us to do it consciously, moving beyond prejudice and conditioning.
Meet the feeling, our third protagonist. You can't touch it, you can't hear it, you can't see it, you can't understand it. You can only feel it.
We wanted Obi, the second protagonist to be ordinary, someone or something that is easy to ignore, and yet has tremendous character. That's why we chose a dot, a little speck of dust. Look for him under a sunbeam.
Originally, we had chosen to represent a dog from a different breed, but for a good reason, we decided that Kyo should represent a Beagle. Enjoy meeting Kyo and reading about his Beagle personality.
Kyo and Obi, an illustrated story book that will be available soon.