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Upcycling takes the concept of recycling one step further. Not only does upcycling convert waste materials into a new form, it aims to produce new products from the waste materials that are of better use or quality than the original product. Recycled computer waste forms the interesting finish on this photo frame. Made by artisans in India by TARA Projects. Tara (Trade Alternative Reform Action) Projects has been working with craftspeople in the Delhi area since the 1970s, an active catalyst in fighting exploitation, poverty, illiteracy and slavery of artisans who remain subject to social injustices. Square frame also available as well as keepsake box.
Dimensions: Outer 21.5x16.5cm, Inner:15x10cm
Please note: Wipe clean with a damp cloth
Recycled Computer Photo frame, Large$24.95
Formed in 1973, TARA Projects (Trade Alternative Reform Action) was created to empower disadvantaged artisans in Delhi and work towards eradicating unfair trade practices and child labor. Focusing on community development and marketing handicrafts, TARA works with 25 community-based groups of artisans from all regions of North India. Providing local artisans with access to the world market whilst maintaining fair trade standards, TARA represents the possibility of a brighter future.
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