Fossil Ghouls

Printable halloween masks

#5 Product of the DayOctober 26, 2019
What’s scarier than a ghost you say? Only a few giant corporations destroying all life on earth. Fossil Ghouls is a series of eight (plastic-free) printable masks I made for Halloween (based on twenty companies behind more than a 1/3 of emissions)
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Hi Product Hunt Fossil Ghouls is a series of eight (plastic-free) printable masks I made for this week's climate actions, as well as general trick or treating.⠀ ⠀ A report last week revealed the twenty companies behind more than a third of emissions since 1965.⠀ ⠀ These are the top eight, with the exception of Total, which ranked 17th​ and just looked cool.⠀ ⠀ There’s a link to the full report on the Fossil Ghouls site, which you should research for great Halloween​​n party chat.⠀ ⠀ You’re welcome to share and repost these, although I'd appreciate give a tag and follow @realolifrost if you do end up using them. ⠀ The only other Terms and Conditions are that if you get a toffee apple I want half, and you must make one small child cry.⠀
@olifrosty the idea is really fun, the "not my fault" mentality behind it annoying. Billions of people have cars, use air conditioning and heating, buy stuff (industrial machineries don't function with air) use planes, plastic, and I could go on for hours. Until we assume the responsibility for our behaviors, thing won't change. And ironically enough, this kind of complaints usually come from people whose lifestyle is terrible for the environment they apparently care about (unless it is time for them to make sacrifices).
@luqa Poor Shell. All they did was produce a quality product that was maliciously misused by billions of evil humans.
@olifrosty shell sells a product because people buy it. If nobody would buy shell products, they would be out of business. All the irony of this world won't change this fact.
@luqa Good idea let's stop buying it. You and me we'll start tomorrow.
@olifrosty my consumption of oil-related product has been really close to zero in the last couple of years but I am looking to improve. Wish you good luck for the journey.
perfect timing
Virtue signaling like this makes me long for chewing tinfoil while running a cheese grater over my head.