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Visionary Globe by Olivia Wilde

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Olivia Wilde
Proceeds will benefit Artists for Peace and Justice

This globe, created by Wilde herself, is made of paper mâché, “which is classic Haitian. The base is wrapped in palm fronds, and the feathers represent carnival, which is major in Haiti."

Artists for Peace and Justice, founded by Paul Haggis, is an alliance of film directors, writers, actors, and musicians dedicated to fighting poverty in the developing world and currently focused on building schools in Haiti. (Learn more at

Donated by: Olivia Wilde
Additional lot details
  • 18" x 12" x 12". Does not include a certificate of authenticity.
  • In condition as donated.
  • Cannot be returned or exchanged.
  • Experience cannot be resold or re-auctioned.
  • Additional shipping charges may apply based upon the location of the winner.
  • Lot #321302
Shipping details

The minimum processing and handling charge for this item is $49.94.

The minimum shipping, handling and applicable insurance charge for non-tangible items is $9.95. Detailed redemption information will be emailed to the winning bidder. The minimum shipping charge for hard copies of tickets and certificates is $14.95. The minimum shipping charge for merchandise is $19.95 (shipments outside the U.S. are subject to additional shipping and customs fees). Tickets, certificates and merchandise are typically shipped with signature required, unless otherwise specified, via professional carrier. In some cases, tickets will be left at the venue's "Will Call" window under the winner's name. Merchandise is insured for the winning amount.

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Visionary Globe by Olivia Wilde

Tue, 25 Sep 2012 1:04:00 PM EDT
Artists for Peace and JusticeVisit organization's website

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