IGORoamandreport’s debut for envisionGood.tv
I must be one lucky guy. Then again, as the great Bret Michaels once uttered, “The harder I work, the luckier I get.” Make no mistake, Bret – yes, I am talking about Bret Michaels – is a winner. He is a world famous musician, Donald Trump’s Celebrity Apprentice, and conqueror of many personal battles. The point is, no matter who or where you are in life, no matter what you do and what you inspire to do, stay focused and stay positive. Remember to work hard and you will be rewarded.
I was recently appointed as media producer for an up-and-coming social media website, envisionGood.tv. envisionGood strives to promote and inspire positive social innovation through journalism, media, and online networking. I am very excited about this opportunity, and I am eager to further promote conservation, sustainability, and green technology through this new outlet. Thank you and enjoy my first production!
As I perused the eco friendly informational display booths of organizations such as the Appalachian Mountain Club and Mass Energy at Earth Night 2010 in Boston, a vibrant object in the corner of the room caught my eye. As I looked closer, I realized it was a stool, full of vividly interspersed color that resembled modern art more than a piece of furniture. I was immediately drawn to the object and decided to admire it up close. I quickly realized this was no ordinary stool, but a stool made out of old magazines.
Cameron's ReVision Stool
Luckily, the artist that designed this piece, Cameron, caught me ogling and came up to talk to me. He explained that the stools are constructed from old rolled up magazines that are held together by rubber bands and fit into a square resin mold. The stool stands on legs made of steel rods that are also adorned with magazines, providing not only style but extra support. Cameron is a sculptor for an organization called Artists for Humanity (AFH). Founded in 1990, AFH was created to provide Continue reading