Amazing how people begin to realize that it is possible! Yes, I'm talking about products that are environmentally friendly and are sustainable.
Products designed with the vision of respect for nature bring, in addition to the reuse of materials in your labels, the transformation of these materials with creativity, design and technological innovation.
It's a long way, but believe that it is possible to change the look, think and do differently, is the key to a new product, a new start!
Ocean without plastic
Here comes the gang of surfing and skateboarding. Are 3 friends: Ben R Kneppers-skater-, David M Stover and Kevin J Ahern-surfers – who decided to seek solution to the volume of plastic dumped in the oceans, starting by giving end to fishing nets.
Passionate about the environment, took for himself the job of picking up this garbage from under the sea and create beautiful custom skateboards, as shown in the picture above. They believe that the initiative can inspire other people to find solutions for sustainable products. Their production is made in Chile, where they started in 2013, with the purpose of giving order to a volume of 10 thousand pounds of fishing net. The skateboard is just one of the products. To learn more, just access bureoskateboards.com.
Seeing is believing. Look how cool these glasses made in the United States with reforestation wood. More cool, they do not use wood from the Amazon tropical forests or under any circumstances. Are also produced here, in California, and not using Chinese labor, as a way to prevent the exploitation of labor in its production process. Are made by hand, one by one, they come with 180 days warranty. The design is bold, and are comfortable, I tested.
There are various models and worth checking out the site, which even shows the step by step of production. Its creators are a functional work of art that represents the true connection between the consumer and the people who produce it. Learn more at capitaleyewear.com/pages/wood.
Made to last
And here, the result of the work of a group of friends and relatives in the Netherlands, which shares the passion for water sports and the strong contact with nature. When they come across a lot of sails of boats "in retirement", had the idea of using them as raw material in the creation of garment parts and accessories. As one of the projects of the T3, which is beautiful and custom backpacks with discarded materials.
In the list of sustainable products has also Susan Hoff with some super different bags, sturdy and originals.
Well, that's it for today! Next, let's see what they're doing with the old fire hoses, tires and inner tubes used. Oh! Can also suggest materials that we think everything and show you.
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nolDesigner Designer in the craft of turning solid waste into products utilities. Corresponding Garbage Blog in California (EUA).a