Material Change, a new book about fabrics, design, and human rights

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My friend Eve Blossom recently released this beautifully bound, thoughtful, and inspirational book called Material Change. Eve does her part in making the world a better place by connecting artisans from countries plagued by human trafficking with high-end designers to create beautiful fabrics through her company, Lulan. The book puts her story in the context of the larger movement of social entrepreneurship and design thinking, both movements that are super close to my heart as well. There’s even a little segment in there about Tofu Project advisor Joi Ito! Be sure to check it out next time you’re at a bookstore.

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