Labor Behind the Label

Poverty wages, long hours, forced overtime, unsafe working conditions, sexual/physical/verbal abuse, repression of trade union rights and short-term contracts are all commonplace in the clothing industry. We raise public awareness and promote collective action from consumers to push for change in the industry.

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Design that Matters

We are setting the standard for best practices in design for poor communities in the developing world. We are pushing the limits of technology in rapid prototyping and low-volume manufacturing to bring great design to communities currently missed by commercial markets.

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Home Away from Home

In January 2016, the Netherlands launched a design competition called "A Home Away from Home" in which entrants were tasked with designing temporary housing for refugees and disaster victims.

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ReCreative Denver

ReCreative Denver is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting creativity, community, and environmental stewardship through creative reuse & arts education.

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Blake McFarland Sculptures

Recycled materials artists Blake McFarland uses recycled rubber tires to create amazing life-like sculptures of tire animals. Each sculpture uses strategically placed tires which are woven and secured, creating amazing muscle-like definition of the animals.

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Materials for the Arts

Millions of students, choreographers, dancers, actors, set designers, art therapists, after school providers, and senior citizens have been positively impacted by the work of MFTA over the years.

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RunWay Hair

What is it like to give new hope through a new look? Just ask a Lithia Springs woman who is stitching together wigs for children who have lost or can't grow hair. Wig designer Quilla Bohannon recently started this labor of love.

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SunRay Kelley

SunRay's organic style seeks to retain the natural shape of trees used in construction. His study of architecture and sculpture only reinforces his affinity for the organic forms found in nature, rejecting the rectilinear, artificial Western method of architecture.

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