nervous trash gets treasured at the beautiful stuff project

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a child’s treasure box, featuring our generative jigsaw puzzle pieces [photo by Marina Seevak]
Earlier this year, we were contacted by Marina Seevak, director of the Neighborhood Children’s Foundation, about donating some of our leftover materials to The Beautiful Stuff Project, a creative re-use and recycling center in East Somerville. The non-profit collects scrap from local businesses, artists, and manufacturers and distributes them to teachers for use in the classroom.

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Can you spot the Nervous System? An imagined home for a frog features a Radial puzzle piece and scraps from our jewelry display prototypes [via The Beautiful Stuff Project].
As a busy studio, Nervous System is constantly generating “leftovers” (or “do-overs”), so it’s a real pleasure to see how the things we would normally throw away are being put to use by these creative young minds! Take a look at these Cambridge preschoolers adding their artistic interpretations to some backdrops from our 2012 NYIGF booth [photos by Rachel Schwartz]:

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If you’d like to learn more about the Beautiful Stuff Project or find out how to get involved, visit their page on facebook.

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