Here’s what you could do with reclaimed wood, bits of metal, glass pieces and leisure time. Build one of a kind model of a church! Don’t you find it gorgeous?
Who could have thought scrap wood pieces could make us wonder about them. Well, Ubico Studio makes the magic happen and that too with panache. Collected from “dumpsters, renovations works and the streets of Tel Aviv“, the waste wood gets a new life as they are converted into brilliant seat forms called the Wake.
Beware of the wooden Pac-Man! With its mouth wide open it goes after colorful ghost bots with the intention to chomp, chomp, chomp.
The beautiful set made from reclaimed northern Minnesota Douglas-fir, has been “hand planed, cut and sanded to a smooth finish” to serve as a healthy alternative to plastic toys.
Dare to wear a wooden tie? Well, Wood Thumb of San Francisco has a stock of those which have been actually recycled from waste wood. Each lightweight and flexible Wood Tie has an elastic cord that runs through the tie and allows you to wear it. Each tie is unique varying in texture or color.