Madeline Isakson
 A series of lights combining unsellable clothes from thrift stores and Entropy Resin, which is the first and seemingly only USDA Bio Preferred resin system. Entropy has replaced petroleum-based chemicals with bio-based resources such as tree sap, while also lowering the environmental impact by using waste from bio-refining processes such as those used to create bio-diesel fuels. These pieces embrace the quirky, playful side of the materials and transform the look of sustainable design, giving new life to the discarded remains of our object-rich consumer culture.

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A series of lights combining unsellable clothes from thrift stores and Entropy Resin, which is the first and seemingly only USDA Bio Preferred resin system. Entropy has replaced petroleum-based chemicals with bio-based resources such as tree sap, while also lowering the environmental impact by using waste from bio-refining processes such as those used to create bio-diesel fuels. These pieces embrace the quirky, playful side of the materials and transform the look of sustainable design, giving new life to the discarded remains of our object-rich consumer culture.

 

 A series of lights combining unsellable clothes from thrift stores and Entropy Resin, which is the first and seemingly only USDA Bio Preferred resin system. Entropy has replaced petroleum-based chemicals with bio-based resources such as tree sap, while also lowering the environmental impact by using waste from bio-refining processes such as those used to create bio-diesel fuels. These pieces embrace the quirky, playful side of the materials and transform the look of sustainable design, giving new life to the discarded remains of our object-rich consumer culture.

A series of lights combining unsellable clothes from thrift stores and Entropy Resin, which is the first and seemingly only USDA Bio Preferred resin system. Entropy has replaced petroleum-based chemicals with bio-based resources such as tree sap, while also lowering the environmental impact by using waste from bio-refining processes such as those used to create bio-diesel fuels. These pieces embrace the quirky, playful side of the materials and transform the look of sustainable design, giving new life to the discarded remains of our object-rich consumer culture.

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