We are a family who, from Nouméa, Sydney, and Melbourne, create, design and produce unique jewelry. We praise the protection of our environment and especially the lungs of our planet, […]
Laura Zabo aims to create a better & cleaner world by using creativity and imagination to make sustainable products. Laura Zabo has created an innovative and eclectic fashion accessory range […]
Felvarrom collects worn out bicycle parts from local shops in Budapest and upcycles them into eco-products. In their website, you can find a broad range of accessories made from recycled bike […]
Working with trash creating one of a kind outrageous pieces of sculptures for the body… dare to wear!! I collect rubber and recycle it by constructing original pieces of wearable […]
Felvarrom collects worn out bicycle parts from local shops in Budapest and upcycle them into eco-products. In their website, you can find a wide range of accessories made from recycled bike […]
I give a green point in a very unusual way to your spaces and keep plants alive is my work and I really enjoy it!
Celebrate nature’s bounty and make an easy harvesting basket that’s just the right size and perfect for gathering, washing and carrying fresh, home grown veggies.
Used bicycle innertubes can be upcycled into functional items like jewellery, wallets, wristlets, key hides, chair and stool weavings, etcetera, and are also incorporated into visual arts. I chose to make jewellery from the innertubes I rescued from a curbside bin destined for a landfill. I was on a coffee run one evening, on garbage night, and saw a bunch of snakey-looking things dropping from a trash bin. Curious, I stopped and found it was a half dozen blown bicycle inner tubes. All kinds of creative ideas flashed through my mind in seconds. I just had to have those innertubes, so I took all of them. Though I create many one-of-a-kind pieces from salvaged discards, my love of working with these snakey, rubbery loops evolved from this serendipitous ‘find’.
We are Isabel and Naomi. We like to use products that can be thrown away and turn these products into jewelry or decorations for your house. Here we used the […]
We continue our series of posts interviewing “recycled art” crafters & artists. This week, we interviewed Jennie Burke from the brand FANTOME as she make beautiful accessories from recycled bike […]
How she got here? Before creating BI ETHIC, Nhât Anh Bardou was educated in France. With a degree in architecture, she worked in this area in Paris for several years. […]
Hi everyone! This is the second post for my FANTOME article. It’s time to tell us more about our novelties! We love wicker and we recycle inner tubes. So we […]