The Munes draw attention to how contemporary consumptive behaviors breed immortal monsters that generate mountains of non-biodegradable garbage that will be passed down to future generations.
Tokyo, Japan (PRWEB)
June 29, 2017
Japanese Zen artist couple, Fumie and Kentaro Mune, have announced plans to launch a new exciting lifestyle movement in major cities around the USA and are now recruiting hosts to run “March out, Yoga Mat Monsters” projects. As part of this initiative, the Mune couple will partner with locals to produce creative and inspiring artworks. The first exhibition, which is planned to take place between the 1st and 31st August at a partner host location, will feature some of the couple’s renowned yoga mat art pieces. All events in the touring exhibition will be free of charge to attend.
The Munes, who opened the world’s first yoga mat gallery, have an established track record of delivering successful workshops and exhibitions in Bangkok and Tokyo, and their designs and philosophy have attracted attention throughout the world. Their art activities have been covered by various world-renowned media outlets, including Wanderlust, one of the largest US yoga online media outlets in the world, and The Mainichi, a major Japanese newspaper. They are also established yoga teachers and have published multiple books, one of which was ranked as an Amazon best seller in 2016. The Mune’s most recent book, titled “One Yoga Mat Revolution,” was published in Japan in January 2017.
The Munes use irony and humor to educate the public on the damaging impacts of over-consumption. The Munes draw attention to how contemporary consumptive behaviors breed immortal monsters that generate mountains of non-biodegradable garbage that will be passed down to future generations. In addition to motivating the audience to stop and think about how their purchase decisions can have major implications for future generations, Mune’s art pieces also teach the viewer how simple actions can change our lifestyle in fun ways and represent the first step toward a bright future.
Mune’s art pieces use a wide variety of expressions to raise awareness of the relationship between human beings and the environment; for…