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Blueland Launches Earth Month Collaboration with Mona Chalabi

ByMSAApr 8, 2021 | 8 comments

Blueland x Mona Chalabi

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Blueland has a new collaboration with celebrated data journalist and artist, Mona Chalabi.

The Earth Month focused Blueland x Mona Chalabi collection features six limited edition soap bottles that tell the story of animals impacted by pollution.

"I was really inspired by the name of the company for the artwork. The word Blueland immediately got me thinking about two environments - one in water and then one in the earth. I started to think about how both of those environments have been affected by climate change and, more specifically, how the creatures that inhabit those environments have been affected by human decisions," Chalabi told My Subscription Addiction ahead of the release.

Blueland x Mona Chalabi

Blueland x Mona Chalabi

The set will include Blueland’s signature dry-form tablets in the limited edition scent “Pretty Earthy,” that offers delicate notes of a wooded fig tree.

All of the packaging is free of single-use plastic, and tablets are packaged in a compostable wrapper.

Chalabi's compelling illustrations tackle complex issues such as the coronavirus pandemic and racial injustice. Her work has appeared in The New Yorker, The New York Times, New York Magazine, Netflix, NPR, The World Trade Center and The Design Museum.

Blueland x Mona Chalabi

Blueland x Mona Chalabi

Blueland offers everyday products without single-use plastic packaging. Their non-toxic products are formulated without water and minimize the carbon footprint generated when shipping these products from our warehouse to your home. Products are paired with reusable bottles so you only buy the bottle once and never have to throw it away.

Want to learn more about Blueland? Read our reviews here.

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I clean my house so infrequently that the pollution footprint of the detergents is minimal. 😄

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Same! The bee, whale, and turtle are really cute on their own, but the branding throws it off.

There is a company “Wild Bulbing” that has an amazing Kickstarter project right now, though, with animal lamps. I really love the Peacock and Whale ones.

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I’m guessing one is an elephant, but it looks sorta off.

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I would love those if they didn’t have the branding on them like that. Even if it was more subtly integrated into the design like a Bell jar that might work, or smaller branding below the design, but even if I love a brand I don’t need to have their name blasted at me every time I use the sink

Those lovely simple designs are just so diminished by chunky black font and branding

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Agreed. I refuse to buy reusable bottles with ugly branding. Whoever is in charge of design is really out of touch with what consumers want.

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I agree!

I absolutely dislike logos of any kind on anything, whether it’s my clothes or handbags or home items. I was so ready to purchase these but the logo is just too much. Crying shame.

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My thoughts exactly – I was ready to buy the lovely bottles until I saw the enlarged picture with the huge name on them.

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