An artist took vintage household and industrial castoff items and transformed them into quirky teapots. The charming sculptures make use of everything from license plates to scrap wood to thermos parts roller skate wheels. Not limited to the kettle, he also creates fascinating large scale robotic forms using the same types of reclaimed materials.
Adorable miniature vertical gardens created by a Dutch design house; but you can make your own. Just choose your favorite indoor plants and put them in a wooden picture frame.
Watering is easy – just remove the frame from the wall moisten the backside.
A nice green touch for your living room!
The Anti-Fly was inspired by the taco kiosks in Mexico, which use hanging plastic bags full of water to ward off flies by confusing their sensitive eyes with amplified colors and movements through light refraction. This revamped version consists of a beautiful glass bulb and stopper. Gorgeous, green, non-toxic and kill-free.
Made of 100% recycled paper product, this rocking horses we loved as kids is shipped in 100% recycled packaging, and can be assembled easily at home from a series of slotting components. The toy is durable, environmentally conscious, and “ready to rock.”
Plumbing pipe fixtures and fittings work surprisingly well as chair frame elements. MaRaMa Designs repurposes odd and old objects to create cool vintage furniture. The designs from MaRaMa Designs is not for everyone, but if you like quirky and cool furniture, you’ll be a fan.
Salvaging a used denim and turning it into a garment or accessory can offer the item a second lease of life. If you’ve wrangled an old pair of jeans into a dress, a piece of jewelry, or a nice handbag, you have the chance to win a $200 Gap gift certificate.
The artworks are made entirely out of collected junk, found objects, and general trash. The artist glued the bits of junk to a wooden substrate to form an image, usually faces, which only can be seen at a distance. The intricate use of these random objects makes this artistic expression very unique.
This whole sculptures is made of recycled and used typewriters. Every body part of the lovely animal is defined by a mechanical part. It not only looks good but also helps in recycling old typewriters and reducing the piles of electronic waste. The artist doe not solder, weld, or glue these sculptures together.