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ReVITALize Toothbrush Collective ~ Black Rock Desert ~ Nevada

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We assume Burning Man has to have at least one giant disco ball, right?  John Rifkind and Scott London provided the humongous dance-magnet you see before you, a thirteen-foot disco ball made from more than 7,000 toothbrushes, recycled by schoolkids. Rifkind is a founder of the legendary Loud Records, while London helped start Baby Phat and Zoo York, and is also president of Wu-Wear. They started a program to educate kids about sustainability as it pertains to the more than 1,000,000,000 toothbrushes thrown into landfills each year. It's called ReVITALize Toothbrush Coalition. You can check it out right here and see the orb glow in front of a giant rubber ducky below the jump.

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