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RePlayGround (www.replayground.com) creates stuff from recycled materials. We're all about ReMaking items into new and we show you how you can do it, too. We have a brand new book from Sterling Publishing and a whole line of DIY recycling kits. Don't just make it, ReMake It!

Tiffany Threadgould is a design junkie who gives scrap materials a second life. She’s the founder of RePlayGround – where she creates do-it-yourself projects from garbage. She is also the Chief Design Junkie at TerraCycle (terracycle.net) where she designs new products from garbage for mass production purposes.

Tiffany has her Masters in Industrial Design from Pratt Institute where she developed her thesis “Trash Nouveau – Reincarnating Garbage into Usable Products.” She has written a series of Do-It-Yourself Recycling Project Books (Giddy Up) and has created a series of recycling…

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  • Born on May 21
  • Joined January 7, 2007

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RePlayGround (www.replayground.com) creates stuff from recycled materials. We're all about ReMaking items into new and we show you how you can do it, too. We have a brand new book from Sterling Publishing and a whole line of DIY recycling kits. Don't just make it, ReMake It!

Tiffany Threadgould is a design junkie who gives scrap materials a second life. She’s the founder of RePlayGround – where she creates do-it-yourself projects from garbage. She is also the Chief Design Junkie at TerraCycle (terracycle.net) where she designs new products from garbage for mass production purposes.

Tiffany has her Masters in Industrial Design from Pratt Institute where she developed her thesis “Trash Nouveau – Reincarnating Garbage into Usable Products.” She has written a series of Do-It-Yourself Recycling Project Books (Giddy Up) and has created a series of recycling kits under the name ReMake It. Her work has been featured in The New York Times, Washington Post, and Readymade Magazine, to name a few. She is also featured on the TV series, Garbage Moguls, (http://www.natgeotv.com/garbage). Tiffany thinks that garbage has feelings, too and can often be found talking to her pile of junk at her design studio in Brooklyn, NY.

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