Unique eco-friendly gift boxes made from recycled plastic bottles .
The kliketyklikbox™ is a versatile and trendy eco-friendly gift box recycled from plastic 2-litre cool drink bottles. Unemployed women in Cape Town are taught the skills needed to create these boxes, while at the same time learning business management, life and sales skills.
Designer Garth Britzman used 1,500 old plastic bottles to create a colorful parking canopy in Lincoln, Nebraska.This beautiful installation “sought to stimulate creative alternatives for recycling and reusing materials.”
These recycled bracelets are made of layers of waste paper then cut and shaped by hand to reveal the layers of paper used to make each bracelet. One of the many stunning and innovative pieces made by a fair-trade organization,Quazi Designs, all of which are created entirely from waste magazine paper.
Beautifully designed, this large roomy fair-trade bag is hand crafted from recycled car tyre rubber with a bicycle tire accent so every bag has its own unique texture. Fully lined the eco bag is divided into two sections and contains pockets for pens and another larger pocket to make it easy to find your wallet and phone. A fashion accessory which not only provides a statement but also shows how much you care.
Amazing tin animals made from trash.African recycled crafts such as this giraffe are made out of ‘nothing’; discarded household junk, cans, plumbing, wire and plastics. The things people throw away and abandon are transformed into beautiful products
The flip-flop recycling company in Kenya, is helping to clean the East African country’s beaches of the dirty pieces of rubber washed up on to the beaches once floating in the Indian Ocean’s currents and causing enormous problems to marine life. The rubber is now being collected and turned into colourful recycled animals -handmade giraffes, elephants and these very cute recycled rubber penguins.
A model LandRover from UniquEco, an environmentally friendly nonprofit in Kenya that creates toys, jewelry, and other items from old flip flops and other non-biodegradable waste swept annually onto East African beaches.