Because it isn't easy being green in a world of capitalist piggies, help kickstart Eric Billig Factory: an environmentally responsible furniture company that laser-cuts only sustainably harvested US lumber, and achieves affordable price points by designing backwards from 4ft x 8ft pieces of plywood, which, like certain positions only achievable by men who act under hilarious stage names, allows him to use all the wood.
The goods are delivered flat-packed to be easily assembled by sliding the wooden joints together (no miniature Swedish tools required!). They're available now at even deeper discounts as part of his fundraising drive, with initial offerings including a maple ply LP box, the veneer-core "bow" modular coffee table, and soon-to-be-prototyped ideas like the "depth" shelving unit that tapers at one end for smaller objects, and the 17 chair, which you can sit on, but which by law can't sit on you for another year.
There are also slightly more expensive, one-of-a-kind reclaimed creations like the Fan Bench 2.0 made out of dark red ipe with a stylized concrete support he describes as void-like, as well as the rolling chrome Diamond Desk with a fabric-formed top and bowl-like indention, though you will have to add the carb yourself.
Further ways to support Billig's cause come in the form of small cement sculptures available at the Blue Genie Art Bazaar, where low prices make it very easy to be green, and men wish real genies would give them more wood to use all of.