On a mission to highlight the perils of air pollution in the Big Smoke, E.ON has erected a 16ft activation on London's South Bank.
Created by Engine, "London's lungs" features a pair of lungs that are connected to a live feed of air-quality data from Greater London. These will fill up with different-coloured smokes to represent nitrogen dioxide, sulphur dioxide and noxious particles being inhaled by Londoners on a daily basis.
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Original article from Campaign