The Air-Ink from Graviky Labs and Tiger Beer lets artists turn pollution into works of art.
The Air-Ink is collected via a proprietary device called KAAILNK developed by a team at MIT’s Media Lab. The KAALINK unit is attached to the exhaust pipe of vehicles or machinery to capture the particulates, with 45 minutes of exhaust producing one fluid ounce of ink. The harnessed soot is processed to a purified, carbon-rich pigment that is then used to create the ink and paints.
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