This vending machine in Istanbul will accept your plastic bottle for recycling and thank you for your green effort by dispensing food for the city’s stray dogs, which some have estimated to be as many as 150,000. Pugedon is obviously one enlightened company for coming up with this business idea and making it work. And […]
Australian designer Liz Jones has found a genius way to repurpose discarded plastics. These photographs of Rubbish Rainbows arrange even the saddest pieces of trash into a unique mosaic of dazzling collected treasures. Che bella.
Italian-made Tie-ups is the first belt to be wholly realized in fine plastics: resistant, flexible and with a minimal and versatile design. Tie-ups is an accessory adding a note of freshness and innovation to any clothing style, and is ecological, recyclable, and waterproof.