This artist-volunteer's series warns viewers of the dangers of single-use plastic. Her portrait series is called "Breathless." She also produced a portrait from pieces of colored, recycled plastic, which were fused together with heat in a collage style--constructing a resemblance piece by piece. That portrait is called "Blind."

This artist-volunteer worked with over 6 marginalized communities to create a collage representing "A Day in the Life at ARI." Original works from each group are directly folded into her conglomeration of personal memories, sketches, completed illustrations, and more. 

These totes bags, by the third and final artist-volunteer represented in the exhibition, come from over 5 groups' original creatures. They derive from collective constructions of shaped filled with localized texture rubbings. 

We represented our work with original merchandise for sale, following designs seen in the show. Raffles and prizes were auctioned off. 

One artist-volunteer's postcard design. 

The merchandise and artworks are all for sale at the venue, Food4Thought, Chiang Mai. 

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