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Artecnica tranSglass Tumblers, Polished

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Graceful glassware crafted from recycled bottles. $39.00

Set of 4 Handcut Tumblers   tranSglass brings elegance and subtlety to recycled material design. These tumblers are crafted in Guatemala City from recycled bottles, where skilled craftspeople cut and polish items by hand. Designed by Tord Boontje and Emma Woffenden, tranSglass is included in the permanent collection of MoMA New York, and available only through Artecnica as part of their......read more

Artifact Lunch Bag

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Let your sandwich ride in style. $45.00

If you're into packing a lunch for work (we're told you should be), then it's time to ditch dumb disposable bags and finally put away the comic book lunchbox. Artifact's reusable lunch bag, formally called No. 215, is the best we've seen yet. Handmade in Omaha, Nebraska from water-repellant waxed cotton, the tote has a Horween leather strap and hand hammered, solid copper......read more

Let Us Roam: Arto Saari

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Short film documents skate legend's transition from the front of the camera to behind

Let Us Roam, the web series profiling the creative sides of people in the skateboarding community, continues with a short film on Finnish legend Arto Saari: Arto Saari is a professional skateboarder born in Seinajoki, Finland. He's been one of the most celebrated skateboarders of our time, while starring in several skate films and elevating the standard in the industry. In the last three......read more

Via My Modern Met: In an ironic play of source material and subject, Paris-based artist, Eva Jospin, creates enchanting forests from cardboard by cutting and guling cardboard to craft dense, multi-layered, highly detailed forests with stunning depth of field.  The cardboard’s corrugated edges form a convincing texture for the bark of the trees, and the paper’s natural color......read more

Hanging Drum Lamp

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Corrugated cardboard light shade by Shiner International $100.00

Atlanta-based eco furniture company Shiner International makes unorthodox use of corrugated cardboard with a series of lamps that includes our favorite, the Hanging Drum Lamp. The ceiling shade incorporates recycled cardboard and styrofoam, which are cut into rings, stacked, and illuminated from within. The result is warm and modern lighting that creates conversation in its inviting glow. Made......read more

Organic Bowl by Domingos Totora

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Recycled cardboard pulp formed into stylish tablepiece $178.00

This beautiful decorative bowl derives from the idyllic mountain village of Maria da Fe, Brazil, where Domingos Totora and his team craft expressive products that are deeply rooted in principles of sustainability. The Organic Bowl is made from recycled cardboard, which is pulped then cast into the shape, giving it a wood-like appearance and texture. ...read more

Graypants Recycled Scrap Lights

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Gorgeous cardboard reuse and brilliant design. $1,399.00

Graypants use their scrap lights to proudly tell the story of their journey from being a dull, discarded cardboard box to becoming a stunning, unique light fixture. Coming in various shapes and sizes to fit any space, the Scrap Lights instilling new spirit into salvaged pieces of corrugated cardboard, with a lively play on light and shadow that invigorates the previously lifeless materials....read more

The Cardboard

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The making of a recycled cardboard surfboard.

Many surfers are actively involved in the environmental movement, and if you've ever caught a wave, it's easy to understand why. In this short film, surfer/artist Scott MacDonough promotes his SAVE THE SEA message by chronicling the construction of a board made from recycled cardboard. Beginning on a NYC rooftop, the story takes us across the country to the (semi-successful) launch of the board......read more

I am a Forest

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Cardboard cuteness from Alex Schulz.

Alex Schulz's adorable animated short "I am a Forest" tells the story of two forest critters whose world gets turned upside-down. Created entirely from paper, the set and characters show off Shulz's impressive scissoring skills. But what's maybe even more amazing is the story itself, which wraps in under a minute. At the end, we're left with a burning question: If a......read more

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