What Are You Made Of?

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At Honest Tea, we are driven by brewing teas with organic tea leaves and real ingredients.  Fans have told us they appreciate reading the real ingredients we use each time they refresh the HONEST way.  We thought we’d turn the mic over and ask our fans, what are you made of?  We took a trip from Honest Tea HQ to Sweetlife Festival in Columbia, MD to find out!

At Sweetlife we set up an 8 ft live mural and witnessed hundreds of people take the opportunity to write down a word, place it anonymously in the honesty box, and watch their word come to life on canvas.  We had the pleasure of hosting Greg Gersch, Graphic Facilitator who does Graphic Recording, Ideation and Brand Identity to organize and design everyone’s words into the HONEST mural on the spot.  It was honestly inspiring to see such overwhelming participation; many shared profound words of inspiration, dedication and hard work, while others just had a lot of fun sharing something unique about themselves.  You have the exclusive first-look at the finished mural!  Resonate with any of these words?  It’s not too late to share with us what you’re made of—tell us below in the comment section!

*Special thanks to Greg Gersch for his creative vision.  Learn more about his work at: www.greggersch.com


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