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Michael Franti Concert Recycled Art Project

We were honored to be invited to table at the Michael Franti and Spearhead concert at Red Rocks on Saturday, July 31st, 2010.

During the concert, we featured a recycled art project and asked folks to share their thoughts and ideas about changing the world. To keep the project as environmentally friendly as possible, we rescued a piece of cardboard headed for the landfill, people wrote their ideas down on squares of plastic grocery bags which can be recycled, and we decorated the sign with non-toxic paint. Funny posts included, “Munch Organic!”

We would love to hear your thoughts about changing the world, so post a comment and share your ideas as well! Here is how the final project turned out:

A special thanks goes out to Michael Franti, Guerrilla Management, Marc Ross at Rock the Earth for making this opportunity possible and Clark Patton and Min Jung Oh for volunteering at the event.


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