From recycled plastic to paper we have seen a lot of different jewelery designs. This is yet another collection that involves vintage zipper; used and clasped in different ways to create cool forms of jewelery from necklace to bracelet to earrings and many more. The choice of colors and designs make them unique while reusing of the zippers make them all the more attractive.
That’s called second life! Don’t you think it’s a brilliant conversion? Rather than letting technology trash pile up harming the environment, the people at Redimei change such stuff to real useful products. The urge of recycling and reusing things that are not useful anymore leads to building up of some great items, one of which is the keyboard mirror.
For a few days we have been going through some recycled products [like lamps, cabintrolley, hand bags, cellphone] which by all means supported the cause of being eco-friendly. For a better and greener earth people also came up with ideas like scraplights and cardboard drives. Now what we have here are upcycled products because these pretty colorful brooches are made from simple discarded bottles and then hand painted.
In an attempt to make the world a better place to live, Samsung in collaboration with Sprint has come up with the world’s first cellphone made from natural corn. The product named Reclaim is actually made from 80% recycled materials. This mobile phone with QWERTY keyboard is completely free from PVC and “almost” free of BFR.
You normally grab your iPod with your hands or stuff it in your pocket, but if you wanted to know how it feels like cuddling it with both of your arms around it then this gigantic ipod might help you. There’s no rough corners involved or buttons to be pushed accidentally while embracing it because what you see is a pillow inside an iPod pillow cover that is meant only for hugging.
Recycling water and reducing water wastage has always been a point of importance. There have several recent developments in recycling water, and one such exacmple is the “Phyto-Purification Bathroom” from designer Jun Yasumoto. The idea is to use a simple and natural filtering principle which is called phyto-purification for recycling the waste water.