Woman Turns 17-Pound Restoration Hardware Catalogs Into Art

Amanda Clare has already used the glossy pages of the luxury retailer's catalog to create 20 art pieces.
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Thirteen books with a whopping 3300 pages weighing -- at seventeen pounds. Many people aren't fans of these Restoration Hardware shopping catalogs. It's no secret why. They see it as wasteful but -- Claire is turning her anger into art. But San Francisco artist is ripping out the glossy pages at the furniture catalog. And Harry in them into pieces to make mosaics of animals for example words from the catalog are used to form -- capsize. You can't really read what -- but it looks interesting she's used only fifty pages to creator first -- works of art so imagine what she could do with 3300 pages. I think I can be busy for the rest of my life with these bundles Clarence received so much positive feedback that she's now planning to create twenty pieces for an art show this fall. Meanwhile Restoration Hardware CEO told investors. It's too soon to judge the impact of the company's massive cattle --

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