Using a trend to do good, Drift Relief was started by two art directors who saw the devastation left by Sandy and wanted to use their creativity to help. The team collect driftwood from the Jersey Shore, dry it, and then paint it for sale. Each piece tells a story, and comes with a plaque as to where it was found. Retailing from $150 to $950, the proceeds go to Sea Bright Rising.
In other news, Phillips sells its home entertainment arm for $202 million, and the first 3D printed house may be in Ireland. See the headlines after the jump.
• Sandy's Driftwood Becomes Color-Blocked Art For Charity | Co.Design
• Will This Möbius Strip House Be The First 3-D Printed Building? | Co.Design
• Philips Sells Its Home Entertainment Business For $202 Million | Fast Company
(Image: Drift Relief)