Ethically produced Not a Sweatshirt sweatshirt helps victims of sex trafficking

November 6, 2016 by  
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What if the clothing you buy could make a positive difference in the world? Sudara’s “Not a Sweatshirt” sweatshirt aims to help victims of sex trafficking by raising awareness and using funds to train and employ former victims in India. Every purchase supports Sudara’s initiatives to give women the confidence and skills they need for a fresh start on life. The ethically sourced and produced sweatshirt shows how we can have a collective and positive impact on the world through the everyday choices we make.

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3D Print SUPERSCALE’s Bayanihan Pin and Help Raise Funds for the Victims of Typhoon Haiyan

December 2, 2013 by  
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To help the victims of Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines, SUPERSCALE  is taking a new approach to raising funds by harnessing the power of open-source design and 3d printing . In light of this disaster, they have designed a pin that celebrates the Filipino word “bayanihan”, which refers to the unified spirit and actions of the community to achieve a specific goal. With this fundraising project SUPEPRSCALE is embracing the potential of open source design by releasing the digital files to the 3d printing community. It is their hope that you will print the design and help raise money for the victims of the disaster. Get the files and instructions will for the design at their  site  and also at  Thingiverse . + SUPERSCALE Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: 3D printing , bayanihan pin , help victims of philippines typhoon , open source design , Red Cross , SUPERSCALE , Thingiverse , typhoon Philippines        

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4/704: Artist Rosie O’Reilly Dyes Clothing With the Tides to Call Attention to Rising Sea Levels

December 2, 2013 by  
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4/704 from ALONG CAME A SPIDER on Vimeo . Artist Rosie O’Reilly questions the social and environmental story of our time with 4/704 , an installation that ran as part of the Dublin Fringe Festival 2013 . There are on average 704 high tides a year; 4/704 physically recorded four of them on Sandymount Strand, transferring the mark of their rise and fall onto garments over 48 hours. 4 of 704 explores our vulnerability in the face of rising sea levels , making visual and tangible things that go unnoticed. Read the rest of 4/704: Artist Rosie O’Reilly Dyes Clothing With the Tides to Call Attention to Rising Sea Levels Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: 4/704 , Climate Change , Dublin , dublin fringe festival , eco-art , environmental art , global warming , green design , Rising Tides , rosie o’reilly , Sea Levels , water issues        

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