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GIVE ME YOUR OLD, BROKEN, NEGLECTED IPODS


I am not asking for money ... just your old iPods.

If you have an old, broken or neglected iPod, or if you feel like taking the initiative to round them up from neighbors or classmates, the "Made from iPod" project will gladly accept them all.

Donated iPods will be used to create works of art that will ultimately promote responsible electronics disposal, benefit music programs in public schools and facilitate underprivileged youth's access to technology. When you donate you can also feel good that you have done your part to ensure that these iPods will not wind up buried in the ground and will be used to make a difference in the lives of others.

Please mail your donated iPods to:

MADE FROM iPOD
P.O. Box 2256
MOUNT PLEASANT, SC 29465








































"Jeff's art is a high tech scion of recycled compulsivity laced with street savvy and playfulness. David Mach meets Space Invader."
Herb Williams - Artist/Curator

"Jeff's art is smart recycling that tells the story of the bond between music and technology."
Michael Weintrob - Rock Photographer

"Jeff's iPod mosaics are interesting, humorous and simply awesome to look at ... decorators dream of art this good."
Kelly Coty - Designer/Decorator

"One of the coolest e-waste recycling projects I have ever seen. High tech contemporary art."
Scott Weislow - Director of Waste and Recycling - Best Buy

"A large scale art project that aligns with the efforts of Pure Earth. We LOVE your work."
Jen Marraccino - Best Buy





T H E .. A R T I S T


Jeff Grady





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The "Made from iPod" project has no affiliation with Apple, Inc. and is a zero profit project. After expenses, all proceeds go toward works that are donated in fund raising capacities that support the mission of the project. Donated iPods and privately purchased works are not tax deductible.
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