Here we go again with yet another use of the discarded soda can pop tabs, which involves lots and lots of them. Meet and greet the Recycled Can Tab Belt, made from pop tabs, black plastic lacing and a silver buckle.
Can you spot the ‘can’ here? If no, then it is not your fault because the can has been transformed brilliantly into an impressive decorative object that also acts as a tealight holder.
Did you ever wonder what happens to the thousands of single-use chopsticks when discarded? Now why would you even think about it? However someone did and found out that not only throwing away chopsticks after one time use resulted in a huge amount of waste but added to the woe of felling millions of trees and bamboo plants while producing them.
With electronic gadgets popping up now and then, the former ones giving way to the newbies, it does get difficult to keep a track of the options and choose from them. What becomes more difficult is the discarding of the outdated ones. Recycling is a way out but upcycling could be a choice too.
The digital world has had and is having a great influence on our lives. However we still keep on admiring those bulky devices and the not-so-efficientt gadgets we once used to own.
Check out yet another ‘upcycled’ work of Steve from BookEnd Designs that involves not one but a stack of books bound together. The books have been hollowed out to function as a safe to store your valuables.