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 â€œOnce 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.â€ The tables cost between $300-650.
The Boston based Artists for Humanity group mentors urban youth by providing them â€œwith the keys to self-sufficiency through paid employment in the arts.â€ The teenagers are also exposed to the concept of sustainable living.
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