Brooklyn Gets a New CSA... of Artwork

Design News 09.20.13

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Most people hear "CSA" and think zucchini, tomatoes, and kale. A new service in Brooklyn, however, is Community Supported Art + Design, or CSA+D for short. Just like a food CSA, people can purchase a full or a half share, and don't know exactly what they'll get until pickup day. They're accepting reservations for the October 19 distribution; prices are $500 for six unique pieces or $250 for three.

In other news, robots will build you a Martian home, and is your city tops in the sharing economy? See the headlines after the jump.

A New CSA that Trades in Prints and Paintings, Not Kale and Kohlrabi | Brooklyn Based
Your House On Mars Would Be Built By Robots And Made Of Stone, In Case You Were Wondering | HuffPost Home
6 Cities That Are Great At Sharing | Fast Company

(Image: Elisa Werbler/CSA+D Brooklyn)

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