RE is an augmented reality scavenger activation established to change the narrative of plastic consumption and disposal and evoke a new future for our planet. This project breaks away from the traditional doom and gloom message around plastics. Instead, RE uses a visual language that makes plastics fun to talk about, rewarding to participate in and intriguing to learn about.
Toronto-based photographer and designer AJ Marshall used Everett throughout his thesis project RE. It includes an app and a process book.