Drift Relief, Hurricane Sandy Driftwood is Transformed into Sculpture for Charity Art Project

Drift Relief

The “Drift Relief” art project is raising money for Hurricane Sandy victims through the sale of painted driftwood sculptures made of wood collected in the aftermath of the storm. Each piece is labeled with the location where it was collected. The project is by New York City creative directors Allbriton Robbins and Hema Patel. Proceeds will benefit the charity Sea Bright Rising.

Drift Relief

Drift Relief

Drift Relief

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