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Effplastic Bags

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Brought to you by Douche Bags $5.00

Why not have a little fun with your re-usables? We were tipped off from our good friends at Coolhunting.  Aggressive and naughty, these eco-friendly bags live up to their fresh name. Don't beat around the bush—or waste the fruits of the bush—carry them for a bold expression and sound environmental practice....read more

Popcorn Popper

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For the tastiest popcorn, skip the microwave bags and go straight to the flame $35.00

If anyone can think of a better snack to pass around a campfire than freshly popped popcorn, we'd like to hear it. And until someone demonstrates otherwise, there isn't. This long-handled popper from Terrain makes it simple to whip up the world's greatest fireside snack over an open flame (or on the stove). So skip the microwave bags, cop this popper, load with kernels, and get popping.......read more

Dhurrie Messenger Bag

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75-year-old rugs repurposed into handsome day bags by Will Leather Goods $495.00

Eugene, Oregon-based Will Leather Goods score another repurposing win with the Dhurrie Messenger, a daily tote featuring fabric from 75-year-old New Mexican rugs. Hand loomed with thick cottonyarn and colored with vegetable dye, the dhurrie fabric makes for a sturdy bag material, augmented with a leather strap, leather trim, and a brass hardware. Choose from a palette of three color options:......read more

Indigo Tote by J.Crew and Sea Bags

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Handmade carry-all crafted in Maine from recycled sailcloth $225.00

Here is a nice collaborative design piece from J.Crew and Sea Bags. Crafted by hand in Portland, Maine, this carry-all is made from durable recycled sailcloth in white with indigo markings. Because each bag is made entirely by hand, no two will ever be exactly alike. Rust marks and salt stains show off the authentic signs of hard sailing, and each tote sports hand-spliced rope handles, a rare......read more

Ban the Bag

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Happy Earth Day! No better time to voice your support for banning plastic bags in California.

California, stand up! The first organized attempt at a statewide ban on single-use plastic bags may have faltered, but the fight rages on. Emboldened by several successful local actions boycotting wasteful plastic shopping bags, Californians are urging Governor Jerry Brown to make a move.  Plastic pollution harms wildlife, threatens public health, and hinders the economy. It's......read more

Baggu 5-Pouch

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Flat-folding reusable bags in a pack of five. $35.00

Perfect for an excursion to the farmers market, Baggu bags are super-durable (each can old up to 50 pounds) and collapsible (they flat-fold to a puny 5" by 5"). This 5-pack offering gives you a handy carrying pouch containing 5 bags that run across the grayscale gradient. The pouch is small enough to stick in your purse and easy to throw over your shoulder. Enough talk, time to shop!...read more

Matt & Nat

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Minimalist bags and accessories made from recycled plastic bottles $75.00

Montreal design house Matt & Nat has been making vegan-friendly carry goods since 1995, all of which feature linings made of 100% recycled plastic bottles (each bag keeps an average of 21 plastic bottles out of the landfill). Hidden details and sustainable ideas abound in every design -- from matte black hardware to cork labeling to pockets in the right places. Call it boho-chic, minimalist......read more

Holstee Wallet

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This vegan wallet is made primarily of plastic bags and newspapers, collected off the streets of Delhi in India. $25.00

When Holstee went looking for a new wallet, they couldn't find what they were looking for so they designed their own... The slim wallet design holds the essentials - cash, credit cards and even has a sliding window for your ID and Metro card. "Working with a family-run non-profit based in India that works to collect and recycle litter off the streets of Delhi we were able to create......read more

Yuken Teruya's Magical Paper Bag Trees

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Japanese artist transforms fast food bags into miniature forests

How many people has McDonald's served at this point? A trillion? The thought of all those fast food bags getting tossed into the garbage makes us shudder. Japanese artist Yuken Teruya spins that thought on its head with this delicate paper bag wor titled Notice-Forest: What Victory Tastes Like. The discarded bag piece builds on his growing repertoire of work made from mundane......read more

Plastic Trash Reshaped into Multifunctional Furniture

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Bibi Seck's 'Taboo' Collection is produced from plastic bags and bottles

For a long time, Senegalese-French furniture designer Bibi Seck, one half of product design duo Birsel + Seck, wanted to produce local furniture in Senegal. But it wasn't until he linked up with Transtech, a maker of cisterns and septic tanks using recycled plastic, that the project became feasible. The fruit of the partnership is the Taboo Collection of furniture, made in Dakar,......read more

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