Will Lindsey, 9, of Chapel Hill, NC lets a ceramic house fly as he participates in the 4th annual Smashfest at The Scrap Exchange in Durham on Friday. The anti-Black Friday event fundraiser was designed to question consumer culture by allowing customers to purchase breakable items, only to immediately smash them.
Will Lindsey, 9, of Chapel Hill, NC lets a ceramic house fly as he participates in the 4th annual Smashfest at The Scrap Exchange in Durham on Friday. The anti-Black Friday event fundraiser was designed to question consumer culture by allowing customers to purchase breakable items, only to immediately smash them. cliddy@newsobserver.com
Will Lindsey, 9, of Chapel Hill, NC lets a ceramic house fly as he participates in the 4th annual Smashfest at The Scrap Exchange in Durham on Friday. The anti-Black Friday event fundraiser was designed to question consumer culture by allowing customers to purchase breakable items, only to immediately smash them. cliddy@newsobserver.com

Durham’s Smashfest helps relieve stress, strike a blow against consumerism

November 28, 2014 08:08 PM