Wendy, the pollution-fighting sculpture we wrote about back in February, opens on Sunday at MoMA PS1 in Long Island City. She sprays a mist to keep concert goers cool, and reduces airborne pollutants with a nanofilm skin. For the summer, that's the equivalent of taking 260 cars off the road.
In other news, the Guardian has a slideshow of London street art and can eco-packaging be green and sexy? See the headlines after the jump.
• Welcome Wendy! First Photos of the 2012 MoMA PS1 Young Architects Program | Architizer
• Street art takes London by storm - in pictures | The Guardian
• Designing Sustainability That Sells | Co.Exist
(Image: via Architizer)