Pop-up exhibition turns poisoned air into ink to send a powerful message


If you live in a big city like London, then you might be aware that the air is slowly poisoning you.

One of the biggest contributors to toxic emissions are vehicles. So an Indian startup is approaching the problem from the rear end. Literally.

It blocks diesel emissions at the point of contact with the atmosphere, recycles the leftover carbon and uses it to make art.

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Anirudh Sharma pictured with his Kaalink device.

Image: Matt Crossick/PA Wire

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Via: Mashable: Dev & Design

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