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PHOTOS: New Yorkers Bid On Furniture and Art Made from Hurricane Sandy Storm Debris at Reclaim NYC

by , 12/24/12
filed under: Helping People


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Faith (8/66) by Suzanne Tick. Tick was going to throw away a 1966 Richard Schultz outdoor chaise that was damaged on the roof of her studio until she was inspired to refurbish the chair for Reclaim NYC.

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UM Project‘s Apres 1 lamp is made of a rusty steel base salvaged at the Token shop in Red Hook after the storm, a repurposed brass shade from one of UM’s LUM lamps, and left-over ash wood from other recent projects.

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Stick-Lights by Lindsey Adelman Studio. Lighting pieces made from reclaimed Cyprus branches.

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Uprooted by Dror. Uprooted is a haunting image of NYC through Dror’s eyes after the hurricane.

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