Photo by Rick Guidotti
Bootsy Collins has made a huge impact on the world of music, and now, by purchasing this limited edition holographic poster, you can help make a huge impact on a child’s life. The proceeds from this purchase will be donated to Little Kids Rock, the nation’s leading nonprofit provider of free music instruction, instruments and educational resources to public schools nationwide. They won’t rest until every student has the opportunity to unlock his or her inner music-maker and now, with this purchase, one more child will receive the lifelong gift of music education!
At Hazen Paper the “world is our class room” and we strive to maintain the spirit, curiosity and mind set of the “little kid that rocks” within each of us. That is why we are partnering with Little Kids Rock, an organization that has worked hard to ensure access to engaging, relevant, modern music classes and brand new instruments for more than 300,000 under-served schoolchildren across the US at no cost to the students, teachers, or school districts. What makes Little Kids Rock different is that they do more than just donate instruments like guitars, drums and keyboards; they build lasting music programs that focus on teaching kids to perform, improvise and compose the popular music genres that kids already know and love, like rock, pop, hip-hop, reggae and R&B.
The poster is printed on a revolutionary holographic paper and appears to radiate light like a neon sign, an effect created with an ultra thin optical structure that is in fact a one micron thick prism. This poster is a limited edition collectors item and it should be preserved as it’s value will grow. But if you chose to recycle it you could treat it like a newspaper or a magazine. The paper, known as “Holojet”, represents a 95% source reduction as compared to a plastic composite paper. “Holojet” is a trademarked and patented paper developed and manufactured by the Hazen Paper Company in Holyoke Massachusetts.