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ReVision Furniture

 - Jun 13, 2008
References: afhboston & casasugar
The goal of the teenage artists apprenticing at Artists for Humanity was to create a green furniture line. After considerable time and development they came up with ReVision furniture which is made from junk mail and magazines “Once the pieces are assembled, the surfaces are finished with a no-voc eco-friendly resin which is water resistant and easy to clean with eco-friendly products.” The tables cost between $300-650.

The Boston based Artists for Humanity group mentors urban youth by providing them “with the keys to self-sufficiency through paid employment in the arts.” The teenagers are also exposed to the concept of sustainable living.

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