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Coffee Table created from 307 salvaged cardboard tubes Eco Decor: Eco1stArt.com Cardboard Table 307.
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A team of 14-year-old female students have designed a desk that generates electricity from foot tapping. They were awarded $10,000 to put their design in development. http://buff.ly/1alQ9tG
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Featuring the Most Stunning Eco Friendly Items on the Planet.
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Eco1stArt.com is a website featuring the most stunning eco friendly items on the planet. Inspired by the enlightened people of Santa Barbara, California to only present recycled and sustainable fine art, furniture, jewelry and apparel. This website is intended for the Green Movement and efficient uses of our resources, for the artist to sell their work - thus income, and philanthropic donations to help save the world. It is a social commentary, highlighting our disposable mentality towards objects - trying to make efficient use of our resources - which are not infinite.