The Hidden Price is a project about consuming sustainably. The hidden price of a product reflects the visible as well as the hidden environmental and social costs of its production. 
By placing physical tags and stickers on items in the store I am able to reach the consumer at a moment of decision, present them with the facts, and ask them if the product is worth the environmental price.

This project was created as part of my senior capstone exhibit at the University of Maryland Design Can't Save the Word.
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