If you have a passion for recycled geeky objects then this card holder might interest you. The box has been decorated with circuit boards of the yesteryear, likely the 80’s and has a green ‘shine’ to it. You could use one of this not only for its vintage looks but also to help the earth get a little more green, in your own small way.
No, it isn’t an ordinary mug with a colorful map on it. Each time you fill this mapped mug with any hot beverage it discloses the regions around the world playing their part in CO2 emissions. As the hot liquid warms the CO2 mug, the otherwise dark mono-toned map gradually starts revealing various hues which makes you realize about global warming.
Race cars and vegetables…I guess, it doesn’t quite sound right. You might be wondering whether this is an advertisement for a car or vegetables? Before you get anymore confused meet Lola the WorldFirst Formula 3 racing car which can be powered by chocolate derivatives or plant based oils and has steering wheel made from carrots, seat from soybeans and other parts from potato and flax.
We have seen artists being inspired by nature in some form or the other, leading to the creation of fabulous pieces of art [like beehouse lamp, bloom lamp, stalac table]. These beautiful works [above and below] are also related to nature but in a different way. They have been created to support the cause of recycling, an important subject nowadays, that is aimed at lessening the harm inflicted by humans on nature.