Generation DIY: Do, Make, Say, Think

02/16/2011 4:00 AM |

Erica Bradbury at Species by the Thousands
Erica Bradbury uses sustainable materials to create her Species by the Thousands line of t-shirts and accessories. Her hand-drawn apparel designs are inspired by “outsider worlds of moons, 70s guys, witchcraft and bearded men” (which also happens to be the guiding inspiration behind The L Magazine), while her reclaimed-metal fox pendants and oxidized silver rings are a perfect fit for the uber-hip Oak boutique and mainstream hipster supplier Urban Outfitters. Bradbury’s affinity for eco-friendly DIY might just inspire you to go to the next Etsy craft night and whip up your own mix of precious metals.

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  • All food produced at Bushwick City Farm is free to the community. It is distributed at the garden on a first come/first serve basis to those in need, we NEVER exchange food for volunteer work or donations! We also have free clothing & educational programs. All materials used to build the farm are reycled from dumpsters, nothing is ever sold or exchanged, our volunteers do not recieve food in exchange for their labor (thats why they are called volunteers). To find out about what we do – – Masha Radzinsky