Washed Ashore

We create ART to save the SEA! Washed Ashore builds and exhibits aesthetically powerful art to educate a global audience about plastic pollution in oceans and waterways and spark positive changes in consumer habits.

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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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Buy Rice Back

We take colorful, Indian rice sacks from My Name is Kumar's local area and epicycle them into funky, unique tote bags and accessories. The bags are made by our local tailor Karthick and we make sure to pay him a fair wage for his work. Each bag comes along with a label explaining how your purchase makes a difference.

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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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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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Ocean Sole

Ocean Sole’s mission is to up-cycle the Earth’s flip-flop pollution into inspiring art, to promote conservation & create employment in high impact communities.

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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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Recycled Orchestra

In an area where there is little hope and limited opportunities to imagine a life beyond a town built on a landfill and surrounded by trash, one man is working to make a difference. Using his love of music and the one resource in abundance in Cateura - trash - he is working to transform the lives of children and their families.

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